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CAMPING RULES AND REGULATION
NO SHOOTING BEFORE 1 pm ON SUNDAYS!!!
Camping is permitted at the MCSA on Friday and Saturday nights only for weekend event participants or members by prior arrangement.
All sites being used must have at least one member present and that member is responsible for all activates of the persons with him or her.
Cost is $10.00 a night per RV, camper, tent etc. with a maximum of four persons per site.
Two locations are available: One is located at the rifle range on the hill behind the parking area. Approximately four sites are presently available there now. The other area is in the archery range parking lot where there is enough room for approximately twelve sites at present.
All camping is primitive – there is no electrical or water hook ups and no waste disposal site. You must take your garbage with you until we can make other arrangements. Portable toilets are available at the ranges and at the rear of the clubhouse.
All camping is on a reservation basis and campers must have prior approval from a club officer in order to camp. All fees are due prior to set up. Reservation forms are available from the event organizers or on the club’s web site: mifflincosportsmens.com
Campfires are permitted in designated fire rings. In the event of a burn ban or extremely dry conditions, campfires will not be permitted. If such bans are in effect, notice will be posted in the designated areas.
Under no circumstances are any alcoholic beverages permitted on club grounds.All campers must be in camp no later than 11 p.m. The lane is closed to vehicular traffic from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. of the next day except for emergency purposes. Quiet hours are from one half hour after sunset until one half hour before sunrise. Shooting is permitted on the gun ranges during legal shooting hours as set by the Pennsylvania Game Commission. No night shooting. No loaded firearms are permitted in camping areas except a legal permit to carry a firearm.
Camping at the MCSA is provided for the convenience of traveling event participants and out of county members wishing to use the ranges. It is likely that opportunities will continue to be developed and expanded for members and guests so that they may more easily access the facilities. Camping will only continue to be a viable option if all campers are respectful of the club grounds, other campers, event participants and the local community. Please have fun, promote a positive image for our sport and organization and most importantly, have a safe stay.