Southern Region War Camp

Hosted by Barony of Carillion - Manalapan, NJ

Event date: June 8th, 2018 - June 10th, 2018

Event Last Modified: June 4th, 2018

Event details

The Barony of Carillion has stepped forward to answer the call to War and will host the Southern Region war camp Year VIII.  Located less then 10 minuets from exit 8 on the NJ Turnpike, there will be ample room for activities and camping.

We will be having field, bridges and wall battle with siege and combat archery as it will occur at the war.  We will be having a variety of rapier activities.  Archery shoots for all the war points including the clout will be available.  Equestrian activities will be schedules for participation or for you to observe.  We will also be providing targets for the throwing weapons community, youth marshals will be running a youth tourney and melees (TBD), and we have tapped several very talented artisans to teach classes.  Schedules will be posted, as we get closer to the event.  Bardic, A&S and other activities TBD.

Heavy Schedule:
• 11am start time speed tournament
• Pennsic scenarios (Field, Bridges, Gate.) with and without combat archery.
• Combined heavy/rapier battle.
• Unbelted champions practice.

Archery Schedule: 
Archery range will be available all day with additional times based on marshal availability.

10:00 - Inspections & authorizations
Immediately following morning court (TBD)
Pennsic Rapier Champion Team Tryouts run by Don Lupold Hass and his team.
As per populous request the rest of the day will be utilized practicing melee combat. 
This will include:
Fighting in smaller units of people you don’t know or do not fight with on a regular basis
Lava Otters
Capture the flag
Units of 3,4, and 5
And others
Rubber band guns are allowed.

Throwing Weapons: 
Will be available all day Saturday.

Arts and Sciences:
Autocrat Challenge by Master Aaron the Arrow Smith on Hand made weapons and accessories used from 14th to 16th Century.
We will have a People Choice A and S table and a regular A and S table so you can show your beautiful A and S projects. 
If you are just a beginner you are greatly welcome to show your projects. 
We will also have a Artisan Row.  If you would like to teach a class or present in Artisans row please let us know. 
We have 1 demo so far on Metal jewelry working by Lady Karin Jacobsdotter.

Bardic:  TBD

The pool will be open after 1:00PM for most of the afternoon.  Please check with troll for the precise time it will be open.

Equestrian:  Yes!  The equestrian team will be back at SRWC this year.  Please watch for the schedule of activities to be posted. 

Day board Menu:
Fresh-baked bread
Fresh fruits
Sallat of Herbes
Hard-boiled Eggs
A selection of cheeses
Fresh vegetables
Spice Roast Chicken
A selection of spreads, sauces, & syrups
Tarte of Cheese (with egg & spices)
Rice (cooked in milk, with butter, egg yolks, fruit & spices)
Pyes of Biefe (Beef pie with fruit & spices)
Marzipan (almond and rosewater)

Site Rules:
The site is dry.  Violators will be expelled from the site.  If you have any site related questions please contact the site autocrat.  Day board will be available.  No feast is planned.  There is also a wide variety of restaurants within 10 minuets drive of the site, see the provided list.  Local dining and shopping information will be provided at the troll.

Camping Rules:
Camp only in designated areas.  Use existing fire pits or portable fire pits supplied by the camp.  No ground fires outside of an approved fire pit.  All fires must be attended and have properly filled fire buckets near the fire pit.  Firewood will be available from the camp at a cost, no cutting of live trees.  No liquid fuel or liquid fuel devices.  Motor vehicles must be parked in designated parking areas.  If you have special needs please contact the site autocrat.  At the end of the event fire pits must be cleaned and all trash must be sorted into dumpsters located in the parking lot. 

No cars in the camping area or on the battle field!  Pickup and drop off locations will be posted.  Cars parked anywhere other than an authorized parking lot will be towed at the owner's expense. 

No pets are allowed.  Service animals are permitted; please contact the autocrat in advance.  No exceptions!

Site Opens: June 8, 2018 17:00
Site Closes: June 10, 2018 11:00

Event Location

Quail Hill Scout Reservation
56 LaValley Dr
Manalapan, NJ  07726
Google Map


From the North and South find your best route to the New Jersey Turnpike (Interstate-95 a toll will apply).  Take exit #8 (Hightstown/Freehold) Route 33, bear right onto Route 33 East for 6.2 miles.  Make a left turn using the jug handle to cross over Route 33 onto County Route 527A for .04 miles.  Turn right onto LaValley Drive.  From the East, find your best route to Route 33 Westbound.  Turn right on Route 527A North after the Mobil station (sign posted on traffic light at intersection says 527/Iron Ore Road) for .04 miles.  Turn right on to LaValley Drive.  Quail Hill signs are posted.

Registration Fees

Adults $17.00 for non-member.
Adults discounted to $12.00 for members. 
Children 8 to 18 years discounted to $11.00 from the adult price.
Children under 8 years of age are free.
Limited cabin space is available for $5 per person.

Mail in deadline 4 weeks prior to event.

Barony of Carillion Event Refund Policy:
Individuals requesting event pre-registration refunds must contact the Autocrat and/or Reservations Clerk for that event in some manner (by email, in writing, or a phone call), prior to the start of the event(that morning inclusive).
A Refund Request Form is to be filled out by the Autocrat, Reservationist, and the Requestor (if possible).
Partial refunds for a group reservation where one or more individuals were unable to attend can be issued:  i.e, one check sent in with reservations for four people and one or more will not be attending.
No refunds will be issued if the event does not make a profit.
Any refunds will be issued in the form of a check drawn on the Barony of Carillion checking account.  Refund checks will not be issued until the event books have been closed.
Post event refund requests will be considered on an individual basis and only in extreme or emergency circumstances, subject to approval by the Autocrat, Baronial Exchequer, and the Baronial Senechal.
All reservation checks are to be written to:  SCA-NJ inc.,- Barony of Carillion and be written in black or blue ink only.

No Feast is scheduled.

Make Checks Payable to: SCA NJ, Inc - Barony of Carillion

Contact Information

Event Steward:

Paul Lamhut
Master Aaron the Arrowsmith
77 Dock Road
Brick NJ 08723

Send Reservations to:

Evalina Scheidegger
Evalina Von Schaideg
114 Gilman Pl.
Hightstown, NJ 08520

phone 732-492-5657

Other Contact Information:


Lady Marion ferch Llewellyn
MKA Eileen Andreotti
phone 856-661-8240 no call please after 9:00pm


Baroness Doucette de Verdun

Duchess Kiena Stewart