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FAQs

If you have any questions which we haven't addressed below, please feel free to drop us a message and we'll answer as soon as we can. 

Have questions about LQCO and who we are? Find out more here

What's the age range & vibes of the camps?

We welcome anyone aged 18+ to our campouts. Our last campout in 2023 had ages from 25-45. We generally have a very calm relaxed vibe mixed in with a large choice of activities, we respect the campsites that host us and therefore adhere to noise and time curfews - we're not a wild partying group and there will never be any pressure to drink alcohol. 

How many tickets do you release?

We cap our tickets at 50-60 attendees per campout. We try to keep the total group size small as it allows for the best connections. 

Can I bring a campvervan?

Yes! We always select campsites which welcome tents and campervans. If you have a large van and you're concerned about size drop us a message and we can check this for you ahead of events. 

How long are the events and what do you do?

Our campouts usually last 3 days typically Friday - Sunday. You can expect; welcome circles and intros, games, firepits, one communal family dinner, at least 1 planned hike, wild swims, occasional pub visit. This year we are planning on introducing more skill sharing and are planning more activities throughout the weekend. Keep your eyes on our instagam for more announcements.
 

What do I need to bring on the weekend?

We release full packing lists to ticket holders a couple of weeks before the weekend. We will usually aim to have a communal sheltered area at each camp, and ask attendees to bring their own gear. We will provide a ticketed dinner one night of the weekend and you should bring your own food for other meals. If you do not have access to camping items, please contact us and we will call on the community to lend a hand!

Can I come solo?

Of course you can. We primarily have pairs or solo attendees come to the campout, we cap group bookings at 5-6 people as we trying to create an environment which encourages everyone to spend time getting to know someone new. If you're planning on coming solo, join our community slack channel below where you can talk to other attendees coming to the event to meet up beforehand, ride share or borrow equipment. Additionally, we encourage solo campers to pitch up near each other. 

Join our slack channel.

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We talk as a community on an instant messaging platform called 'slack'. Sign up below to join and connect with other queers near you as well as hearing about future announcements.  

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