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What is included in the ticket price?
Everything! Your ticket is all-inclusive and provides access to:
-A Seat in your Wagon
- A Bed in your Cabin
-Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner each day in attendance
-Unlimited Snacks in your Wagon
-Complimentary Beer and Sangria
How can I get to Wagon Week?
Guests are encouraged to drive or carpool to Wagon Week (ample free parking is available). Alternatively, the nearest Cape Flyer train stop is in Hyannis, which is a 20 minute Uber ride away from the camp.
What should I bring to Camp, other than suitable clothes?
Please bring linens and blankets for your bed, as the camp does not provide any sleeping supplies besides beds and mattresses. Sunblock, sunglasses, and bug spray are also recommended.
Do I have to participate in all activities?
No. You're an adult. If you want to nap all day and join the group for the night-time parties, you can do that. If you want to just hang out all day and play cornhole and frisbee, you can do that. If you want to go to bed at 8 pm, you can do that too, though you would be missing out on some of the best nights of your life.
Are there any age restrictions to attend Wagon Week?
You must be at least 21 years old to attend Wagon Week, with proof of ID; while there are no age limits on attendance, most attendees are between 21 and 35.
What is an average day like at Wagon Week?
9:30 am - 10:30 am: Breakfast
10:30 am - 1:00 pm: Individual Wagon Activities
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm: Lunch
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm: Group Wagon Activities
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm: Individual Wagon Activities
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm: Free Time/Rest/Shower
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm: Dinner
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm: Happy Hour / Campfire/ Group Activity
9:00 pm - 1:00 am: Theme Party with Live Music/DJ
What should I wear to Wagon Week?
There is no dress code at Wagon Week. We advise you to bring clothes for all weather possibilities, including shoes/boots that can be worn in dirt and mud. We will let participants know what the themes are for night parties so they can bring appropriate clothing.
Is Wagon Week recommended for groups or individuals?
Both! Wagon Week is a great way to meet new friends or strengthen existing relationships. We try to place individuals with other individuals in wagon parties so no one feels like the 9th wheel in a group. Wagon Week is also great for bachelorette or bachelor parties, stags, and reunions.
Are any animals hurt in the activities of Wagon Week?
No! We take the safety of animals very seriously. We use replica animal targets for our hunting activities and follow a strict catch-and-release policy for our fishing activities.
Is Wagon Week dangerous?
There are serious risks involved in attending Wagon Week, including those caused by terrain, equipment, alcohol, and other guests; please read the terms and conditions in your ticket registration before purchasing the ticket. However, we attempt to reduce the risks involved during activities by using low-strength paintball guns for hunting activities and duels and requiring participants to wear proper safety equipment. We also reserve the right to bar any guest from participating in an activity if they are jeopardizing the safety of themselves or others.
Are cabins locked during the day?
While we provide combination locks for each cabin, we provide the code to each guest who is staying in the cabin. Accordingly, we recommend that you do not bring any valuables to Wagon Week that you will not be carrying on you and are not responsible for any lost/stolen items.
Is there cell phone service, WIFI, and electricity to charge my phone?
Cell phones have service at the camp and there are electrical outlets to charge phones. There is no WiFi at the camp.
Is Wagon Week rain or shine?
Yes, the event is rain or shine, although we reserve the right to cancel the event if there are weather events that jeopardize the safety of participants (i.e. hurricanes). There are large indoor facilities for those who do not want to participate in outdoor activities if it rains.
What if I don’t like my wagon party?
While you spend a portion of your time solely with your wagon party, there are plenty of opportunities to meet other people, including competitions with other teams, mealtimes, free times, and at night.
Are there medical personnel on the camp premises?
There are no medical personnel on site at the camp, although there will be at least one staff member certified in CPR..