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FAQ (Forbidden Asked Questions)

WHAT IS FORBIDDEN? WHO CAN ATTEND?
Anyone who has interest or experience in participating in the Kink and BDSM community and is at least 21 years of age. Forbidden is a five-day event that focuses on the BDSM experience bringing together many members and aspects of the community in a unique outdoor environment. You must have a good understanding of the subject matter and nature of alternative sexuality. FORBIDDEN does its best to provide a safe and consensual environment. Adherence to all even & park rules, acknowledgement of risk and the signing of the Release Waiver of Liability is mandatory before entering the event.  The waiver and release address the release of liability of the staff, management, company, property owner, promoters, sponsors, advertisers, event organizers and volunteers from any and all liability and claims not limited to damage, loss, or injury. If for any reason a camper refuses to sign this waiver, admittance will be refused without refund. Anyone causing or associated with an altercation can be evicted with out prejudice. Zero tolerance. No refunds. For the safety and security of all, valid Photo ID is required upon check-in for this event to confirm your identity. Please note that a Health Card is not considered a valid form of photo ID. For more information regarding this, please contact the office.

ONLY YOU CAN MAKE AN INFORMED DECISION IF THIS EVENT IS RIGHT FOR YOU.

WHAT IS OFFERED?
A variety of inclusive events are offered during FORBIDDEN. Cabaret Night, Pool Games, Masquerade Dance Party, Corn Roast, Trailer Crawl and the Meet & Greet Bohemian Bonfire that we invite Drum Circles & P.O.Y, which again will mark the official, kick off to FORBIDDEN.
Please refer to our Events Schedule (available closer to the event date) to see what else you can look forward to. The Events Schedule is updated regularly so check back often. Returning guests will see that the signature Site Crawl returns once again, along with other favorites. We have added a few twists to make sure that Forbidden keeps its kinks.
Forbidden offers progressive adults exclusive access to The Point Tent & Trailer Resort, an adult members only resort, which continues as the host venue.

ARE THERE BARS OR DESIGNATED AREAS FOR ALCOHOL?
No, there are no bars where you can purchase alcoholic drinks, but you are free to bring alcohol into the park. Part of the uniqueness of this adult-only resort, is your ability to be able to drink where you like inside the park. Unlike other resorts that have limitations due to licensing, the uniqueness of The POINT provides full flexibility and a cost-effective experience for its patrons. Park policy prohibits disorderly conduct including driving while impaired of any vehicle, bike, cart, etc.  Please experience responsibly as and review the park rules for further information.

ARE THERE SUPPLIES & FOOD AVAILABLE ON SITE?
The park store is packed with camping supplies and confectionary items. There is also the food service vendor on-site serving wraps, burgers, breakfast sandwiches, etc. For information about other types of retailers in the area, please ask any of the park staff.

CAN WE BRING OUR OWN FIREWOOD INTO THE PARK?
Sorry, No. Moving firewood, even just a few kilometers away, can spread invasive insects and diseases to the park forests. One single piece of contaminated firewood can destroy thousands of trees. The POINT had many Ash trees removed from the park, costing tens of thousands of dollars as the result of such an incident. Since then, the park has adapted a “Safe Wood” practice, as set out by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

HOW DO I BOOK?
As with many events of this type, advanced online registration is required. Registration for FORBIDDEN 2018 will be announced soon. Please see WWW.FORBIDDENATTHEPOINT.COM for more details.
In order to register, the Primary Site Holder (the person doing the actual registration) will need to have complete information for all Additional Campers being registered to their site. This includes: First Name, Last Name, Address with Postal Code, Phone Number, Email, etc. Scene names will not suffice, as the names on the reservation must match your legal ID. You should also have an idea as to what type of site you’d like to book, as well as any other details (specific site request, people you want to camp near, etc.). The POINT staff makes every effort to put people onto a site type/location that is requested, but specific site types or locations are not guaranteed. Payment details are not required at registration, but deposits will need to be paid within 7 days of confirmations/invoices being sent out.

WHAT IS THE COST?
The cost of FORBIDDEN is combination of a Special Event Fee plus the standard Site Fees of the park. More information is available on the FEES page on the WWW.FORBIDDENATHEPOINT.COM website.

WHEN ARE DEPOSITS AND PAYMENTS DUE FOR MY BOOKING?
Confirmations can take 10-14 days to process. Shortly after the confirmation has been sent to you, an invoice for the total amount of the reservation and the deposit amount will be emailed to you. The deposit is due within 7 days of the invoice being sent out in order to keep your reservation. Any outstanding balance is due prior to July 1, 2018. Any bookings made after the July 1, 2018 deadline must be paid in full at the time of confirmation. Detailed information on the amount required for deposits can be found on the FEES page on the WWW.FORBIDDENATHEPOINT.COM at the bottom on the Fees & Deposits tab.

WHAT DOES THE TERM PRIMARY SITE HOLDER MEAN?
The park reservation system uses the term Primary Site Holder to identify the individual who is solely responsible for the booking. This includes, but is not limited to, adding and removing additional campers on their site, acting as the single point of contact for all payments and fees, communicating information to all additional guests, and the person responsible for any damages during the event.

WHAT IF I NEED TO CANCEL?
Cancellations are subject to the following conditions:

1) All cancellations prior to July 1st, 2018 are subject to a $25.00 Administration Fee and The POINT cancellation fee of $6.95 + 7% of the total amount of the reservation.
2) Additional Camper cancellations prior to July 1st, 2018 are subject to $10.00 Administration Fee plus the park’s cancellation fee of $6.95 +7% of their Site Fee.
3) Reservations CANNOT be transferred.
4) Event Fees are non-refundable after June 15th, 2018.
5) All Fees are non-refundable after July 1st, 2018.
6) Unpaid reservations after July 1st, 2018 will forfeit the site and all monies paid.
7) Changes to reservations after June 1st, 2018 are subject to a transaction fee of $10.00.
8) Reservations on which more than two transaction payments are made are also subject to a $10.00 fee per additional transaction.
9) Forbidden participant space is limited. Organizers reserve the right to close reservations without notice.

IS THERE ANY OTHER BOOKING FEES?
1) There is a $10 Transaction Fee to make changes to your reservation after June 1st, 2018.
2) If there are more than two transactions for payment on a reservation, an additional fee of $10 will apply per transaction.

DOES FORBIDDEN HAVE A FIXED CAPACITY? WHY?
The resort has a capacity for the number of people able to attend the event. This ensures that everyone has a great experience. As a side note, sites and capacity are independent of each other – we can reach park capacity (number of people in attendance) but still have sites unoccupied and vice versa.

IS THERE A WAITLIST?
Yes! We use the park’s existing Wait List Policy that has been developed with the utmost fairness for everyone. This policy has been effective for over 10 years and has proven itself time and time again.

HOW DOES THE WAIT LIST WORK?
The Wait List Policy is actually quite a simple concept, and it follows the NEXT IN LINE approach. It can be viewed as complicated as not everyone standing in line wants the same thing, but the queue is maintained. When a cancellation happens, the options that become available are as follows:
1) An empty site with space for a set number of campers.
2) No site is available, but additional campers who can be added to an existing site.

When a site becomes available, we will go to the first person on the Wait List. They can accept the available site or request to be added as Additional Guests on a friend’s site. This latter option will be entertained only if they have already communicated this desire to the Primary Site Holder onto whose site they wish to be added AND the friend’s site is not at capacity. If the site that has become available is not of interest to the first person on the Wait List because they have specific requirements, then the next person on the list is contacted. This process continues until the cancellation is filled.

WHAT IF SOMEONE CANCELS ON MY SITE? CAN I PUT OTHER FRIENDS ON?
Sorry, no. Because we use the Next In-Line Policy, this is seen as jumping the queue and isn’t playing fair with those standing in front of them. Now if your friends are on the Wait List, and everyone standing in front of them in-line “passes” on the offer, then it’s totally possible they will be able to be added to your site (It happens more than you think).

CAN I BRING MY PET TO FORBIDDEN?
The POINT is a pet friendly resort and well behaved, leashed, and ‘cleaned up after’ pets are no extra charge.
It is your responsibility to ensure that your pet is “Camp Ready” prior to bringing them to the park. Not everyone in the park is an “animal person” so you must be respectable, present and responsible for your pet at all times.
Pets are limited to cats and dogs and a maximum of 2 per site.

All pet owners must sign a pet liability form upon check-in.
Only certain cabins permit pets. Please check prior to booking.
For the benefit of all guests, no loud, aggressive, or overly protective dogs will be allowed.
The POINT staff reserves the right to terminate a stay without refund of any guest whose pet(s) are considered a nuisance.
Pets must be current on vaccinations and in good health. Certification from a veterinarian of vaccinations must be available upon request.
For the complete list of pet rules, read the Pet Policy section of Park Rules prior to your date of arrival.

WHAT FACILITIES ARE THERE AT THE POINT?
The Point offers a mix of different types of site. Full details on the different types of sites can be found at http://www.forbiddenatthepoint.com/fees/ by clicking on the ACCOMMODATIONS tab in the tabbed table at the bottom of the page.

CAN PEOPLE VISIT ME AT CAMP? WHAT ABOUT DAY PASSES?
Sorry, only registered campers are permitted on the premises. Day passes are not  permitted as we want to make this experience a unique and memorable one for all FORBIDDEN goers and strive to ensure the safety and security of the patrons at this event.

DO WE NEED TO WEAR A WRISTBAND?
Yes! Everyone must wear one. Prior to entering FORBIDDEN, you will be furnished with a highly visible “Date & Time” wristband. The wristband is to be worn at all times during this event for the safety and security of everyone attending. The colour of the wristband you receive corresponds to your departure day, so it is important that you are wearing the correct colour. In the event you find someone without a band, please notify park staff immediately. As per the park policy, anyone without a wristband will be cited for trespassing and the authorities will be called. Damaged wristbands must be replaced ASAP by heading to the park office to have the damaged one replaced. Any lost bands will be subject to a fee.

ANY OTHER DETAILS I NEED TO KNOW?
Yes! Security gates have been installed limiting entry to ONLY registered guests. The primary site holder must obtain a security gate FOB to use during their stay. As is standard practice, $5 is required for the purchase of the gate FOB.
– FOBs are issued 1 per vehicle.
– Additional site vehicles simply purchase a FOB as required.
– Broken, forgotten or lost FOBs are replaced at cost of $5.
– The FOB can be reused, upon presentation, on Non-Member Special Event weekends without additional charge.

** FORBIDDEN does its best to provide a safe & consenting environment. Liability & waviers must be understood, consented and signed prior to entering the event. The waivers & releases address the release of liability of the staff, management, company, property owner, promoters, sponsors, advertisers, event organizers and volunteers from any and all liability and claims not limited to damage, loss, injury. If for any reason this is not possible, admittance will be refused without refund.