All registrants will be expected to read, understand and comply with the rules and regulations of the park and the event plus an additional release waiver of liability upon-check-in. In addition to outlining the privacy expectations of the event, the release waiver addresses 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, and injury. If for any reason this is not possible, admittance will be refused without refund. Management reserves the right to evict any attendee violating the rules of the event. Confidentiality is of the utmost importance to the attendees of this event. Any details with regards to persons in attendance, activities viewed, conversations heard, or information gathered at this event are to remain confidential. Persons in violation of the confidentiality clause will be banned from future events hosted at this site or by this group, and potentially those hosted by other groups. Where applicable, legal action may be taken against the perpetrator. Registering for this event online does not guarantee you access to this event. Site confirmations sent by email are the offical acknowledgement that you have a site booked for FORBIDDEN 2018.
There are 2 sets of rules for FORBIDDEN. The first set of rules covers the policies of the park and its general day to day operation. The park rules have been put in place with the intention of providing an enjoyable camping experience for you and other patrons in the park. These include, but are not limited to: no photography policy, 1 vehicle per site (as set out by the Fire Marshal), our soundshed policy between the hours of 10pm and 10am everyday, nudity defined spaces, pool usage, pets policy, 65dB generator policy and use limitations, etc.
The second set of rules covers the specifics for the FORBIDDEN Event by addressing all exceptions and limitations of the event, how individuals are to conduct themselves, safe practices and defined parameters for BDSM related activities. These include, but are not limited to: receiving permission from an individual prior to touching them or their property, respecting the global safe words for the event (RED for immediate stop) and its usage without prejudice, prohibited scenes & play, defined public areas and play areas, etc.
UPDATED FOR 2018