The Endewearde Hunt - CANCELLED
Hosted by Barony of Endewearde - Newburgh, ME
Event date: October 8th, 2020 - October 12th, 2020
Event Last Modified: July 29th, 2020
Endewearde’s premier camping event takes place in Newburgh, Maine. The event will be filled with archery and thrown weapons competitions, as well as the selection of Endewearde's new First Archer (Baronial Archery Champion), the famous Woods Walk, a potable round table, tastings galore, a vast A&S track, and more (WE HOPE)!
We are currently planning this event with the hope that we will be able to proceed as normal(ish) with additional safety and sanitation measures. We are also looking at other options for this event if we are unable to proceed as we would normally. More info to come as we know more.
Site Opens: 5:00pm
Site Closes: 12:00pm
2910 Western Ave
Newburgh, ME 04444
* Take your best route to Exit 174 (RT. 69) off of I-95 in Maine
* Head toward Newburgh (turning right if coming from South, turning left if coming from the North)
* Travel 1.25 miles to the flashing light of the intersection with Rt 202/9.
* Here turn right to go west.
* The site is about 4 miles down the road on your right.
* Sign will be posted. The site is a private residence. You will drive between two houses through the back yard.
Have faith! You are on the right path.
Adult 18+ Weekend Rate: $25.00 ($5 Member Discount)
Adult 18+ Day Rate: $20.00 ($5 Member Discount)
Youth (6-17) Weekend Rate: $10.00
Youth (6-17) Day Rate: $5.00
Child (0-5) Weekend & Day Rate: Free
Reservation Deadline: TBD if needed
Make Checks Payable to: SCA Maine, Inc-Endewearde
Elizabeth of Endewearde
Send Reservations to:
TBD if needed
Other Contact Information:
Drinking Water: This is a primitive site. There is no potable water available. There is no running water available for washing or bathing. Please plan to bring whatever water you need for the duration of your stay.
Handicap Accessibility: You should be able to drive a car down into the camping areas to unload and unpack. There are some minor hills but most of the main areas are accessible if a person can traverse a minor slope with a lawn surface.