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LOCATION

Ramblewood is located just off I-95, in northeastern Maryland, and is convenient to Baltimore, Washington D.C., and Philadelphia.

OUR VENUE

Once upon a time, Ramblewood was a summer camp. Then, a psychologist named Harry decided that he was done being a psychologist and bought it.  He then turned it into a venue for strange and unusual events. We, ourselves, are strange and unusual, so it’s looking like a really good fit for us!

Given that it hasn’t been a summer camp for quite a while, the facility has been renovated to cater to adults. This is seriously good news for anyone who likes real mattresses and solid floors.

Venue Features

The pond is nestled down in a grove, and is full of natural pond life, fish, algae, and snapping turtles that will eat your toes (probably).

During the day, you can borrow a canoe, or cross the funky bridge that will lead you into the magical land of Encaros.  At night, come sit on one of the many benches surrounding the campfire, which also offer a view of our fire dancing/ flow arts area. Flow artists are encouraged to bring their equipment!

The pond spirit, Snappy McSnapface (see map), prohibits us from swimming in the pond, so our new goal is to see if we can fill up every inch of the pool with floaties. I believe we can! Canoeing and fishing are allowed in this area (byo fishing gear); but wading, swimming, or inserting body parts that you do not wish to lose to Snappy McSnapface are not encouraged. You do not gain any XP for offerings to the pond spirit, but you will lose HP,  so…. don’t do it.. you’re gonna have a baaaad time.

I’m not sure what this building originally was, but now it is allllll the things on account of it being so massive. As you walk in, there’s a large stone fireplace in foyer as well as an eclectic collection of art.

Ramblewood has a sprawling dining hall with both indoor and outdoor covered seating. The dining hall also features a side room with a pub-like feel with booth seating, and a covered deck that overlooks the pool. Downstairs, there are bathrooms and a door that leads to the pool. Also on the lower level, there’s the Cantina, which is outfitted with some tables, couches, and a really old Tron arcade game (which allegedly works)!!

Whether you’re in a cabin or a tent, you’re going to be pretty excited about the accommodation upgrades.

Cabins

Cabins are completely self-contained buildings with sinks, showers, toilets, ceiling fans, and Tempurpedic twin sized beds. Real/comfortable mattresses are going to step up everyone’s game in the sleep/energy department!

During registration you will be able to choose between all-male, all-female, or mixed-gender cabins. We take pride in our Safer Spaces protocols and will make every effort to ensure everyone is comfortable.

Shantytown

There are so many great places to put Shantytown, it’s going to be hard to choose! Ramblewood has a lot of awesome campsites with campfire areas available!

Cabins are completely self-contained buildings with sinks, showers, toilets, ceiling fans, and Tempurpedic twin sized beds. Real/comfortable mattresses are going to step up everyone’s game in the sleep/energy department!

During registration you will be able to choose between all-male, all-female, or mixed-gender cabins. We take pride in our Safer Spaces protocols and will make every effort to ensure everyone is comfortable.

 

Shantytown

There are so many great places to put Shantytown, it’s going to be hard to choose! Ramblewood has a lot of awesome campsites with campfire areas available!

There are a few campfire areas around the property, the main one being right by the pond. Come, sit on one of the many benches surrounding the campfire, which also offer a view of our fire dancing/ flow arts area. Flow artists are encouraged to bring their equipment!

The pool area is great because it’s right at the center of everything AND we can use it into the evening. There’s a big pool deck with deck chairs. The lower level of the building has bathrooms and the Cantina. The game room and cafeteria are upstairs, and have a deck that overlooks the pool.

Got something to say? Head on over to our soapbox and empty your head of all those ideas worth sharing. Alternatively, if you’re feeling curious, come listen to someone else speak their piece. It’s a great way to meet new friends with similar interests or to see something from another perspective.

Venue Features

The pond is nestled down in a grove, and is full of natural pond life, fish, algae, and snapping turtles that will eat your toes (probably).

During the day, you can borrow a canoe, or cross the funky bridge that will lead you into the magical land of Encaros.  At night, come sit on one of the many benches surrounding the campfire, which also offer a view of our fire dancing/ flow arts area. Flow artists are encouraged to bring their equipment!

The pond spirit, Snappy McSnapface (see map), prohibits us from swimming in the pond, so our new goal is to see if we can fill up every inch of the pool with floaties. I believe we can! Canoeing and fishing are allowed in this area (byo fishing gear); but wading, swimming, or inserting body parts that you do not wish to lose to Snappy McSnapface are not encouraged. You do not gain any XP for offerings to the pond spirit, but you will lose HP, so…. don’t do it.. you’re gonna have a baaaad time.

It’s not super clear what this building originally was, but now it is allllll the things on account of it being so massive. As you walk in, there’s a large stone fireplace in foyer as well as an eclectic collection of art.

Ramblewood has a sprawling dining hall with both indoor and outdoor covered seating. The dining hall also features a side room with a pub-like feel with booth seating, and a covered deck that overlooks the pool. Downstairs, there are bathrooms and a door that leads to the pool. Also on the lower level, there’s the Cantina, which is outfitted with some tables, couches, and a really old Tron arcade game (which allegedly works)!!

Ramblewood has a sprawling dining hall with both indoor and outdoor covered seating. The dining hall also features a side room with a pub-like feel with booth seating, and a covered deck that overlooks the pool. Downstairs, there are bathrooms and a door that leads to the pool. Also on the lower level, there’s the Cantina, which is outfitted with some tables, couches, and a really old Tron arcade game (which allegedly works)!!

Whether you’re in a cabin or a tent, you’re going to be pretty excited about the accommodation upgrades.

Cabins

Cabins are completely self-contained buildings with sinks, showers, toilets, ceiling fans, and Tempurpedic twin sized beds. Real/comfortable mattresses are going to step up everyone’s game in the sleep/energy department!

During registration you will be able to choose between all-male, all-female, or mixed-gender cabins. We take pride in our Safer Spaces protocols and will make every effort to ensure everyone is comfortable.

Shantytown

There are so many great places to put Shantytown, it’s going to be hard to choose! Ramblewood has a lot of awesome campsites with campfire areas available!

There are a few campfire areas around the property, the main one being right by the pond. A campfire area with benches and a large concrete circle for flow are located to the right of the pond. 

Come sit on one of the many benches surrounding the campfire, which also offer a view of our fire dancing/ flow arts area. Flow artists are encouraged to bring their equipment!

The pool area is great because it’s right at the center of everything AND we can use it into the evening. There’s a big pool deck with deck chairs. The lower level of the building has bathrooms and the Cantina. The game room and cafeteria are upstairs, and have a deck that overlooks the pool. All of this sits right in the middle of camp, which is prettttty sweet.

Got something to say? Head on over to our soapbox and empty your head of all those ideas worth sharing. Alternatively, if you’re feeling curious, come listen to someone else speak their piece. It’s a great way to meet new friends with similar interests or to see something from another perspective.