I know you have questions. Here are some questions from a woman that is interested in camping in ARC. If you have additional questions, please email:
I Have a few questions as I didn't want to clog up FB any more.
Is there an extra charge for electric in ARC for bi-pap?
No, there isn’t an extra charge to use your bi-pap in ARC. This might change next year and donations for being able to have this access, would always be appreciated. Send donations to
(choose friends & family). Thank you.
Is there a shuttle to help me get my things from the parking lot to arc? Or a cart I could use?
I would recommend bringing a cart but ARC women will check in and drop their stuff right at the ARC Welcome Center. You will then drive your car to ARC parking and a shuttle will bring you back to ARC to set up.
Also is there a sign up to help in ARc to the best of my abilities? I'm still struggling some w my knee and can assist w set up of tents at my pace and direct folks.
You will have an opportunity to sign up for your volunteer shift once you check in and get your wristband. You will sign up for a 2.5 hour work shift.
Is there a pack in on Thursday for those volunteering? In arc or other spots? I can help in other areas, I thought I saw an area to sign up and can't find it again. Also when would I know if there is a spot in arc for me?
If you are interested in being a Sister Show UP and coming in on Thursday to set up and work an early Friday am shift, the sign up is available here:
Keep in mind, if you have mobility needs, there might not be any SSU work shifts left that do not require moving and physical activity.
Yes we have electric at ARC approximately 50 total sites. Please submit an ARC application. See Sue Fitzgerald link. Please remember that women with highest needs will be placed in ARC. May need up to 200' cord. Cpaps 16/3 minimum. Scooters etc. 14/3 cords minimum.
ARC-Amazon Resource Center application:
You will receive a confirmation email once your application is reviewed & accepted.