Lilies 2022 | June 17-26
War of the Lilies
THINGS TO DO
Come join us and experience the pagentry of medieval combat and archery, historic arts and crafts, fun parties!
32′ Viking Ship
The 32′ viking ship, the Fyrdraca, will be docked near the swimming beach and running as many voyages as weather & crew allow.
Lilies War XXXIIII:
Please join us for Lilies War on June 17-26, 2022! At long last, we will gather to camp, sail the Fyrdraca, have contests of arms, sing, craft, dance, and most importantly join in jovial companionship on the lake’s breezy shores! More information will be coming soon.
We can hardly wait to see you!
Kirk, Magnus, and Rhianwen
LILIES WAR MAP
When & Where
The intersection of High Road and King’s Highway.
For those people dreading the long walk to the parking lot just to retrieve ice, good news! Nearly half a mile has been cut from your round trip. For those of you trying to get your steps in, our apologies. May we suggest a walk down Long March road to the shade of Far Point instead?
Two answers: For opening weekend, it will be in the parking lot. For the rest of the event, it will be at the intersection of High Road and King’s Highway.
What’s up with the wandering Gate? For opening weekend, we need the extra parking to accommodate the number of people coming in. However, after that there isn’t any reason to exile your kind and valiant Gate volunteers to the parking lot. This also allows them to manage the ice money jar. If you arrive later in the War, please do not block the road when you stop to visit Gate.
A: Go to your camp, but come back tomorrow by noon and register.
We don’t want to ask the Gate to work all night, so Gate typically closes around 8:00 p.m.
Never fear! A Calontir Chariot is waiting to whisk you away!
Seriously, one of the barriers to doing the sensible thing – going for a cool shower or giving yourself a break in the A/C – has been the long walk to parking. A shuttle service is being provided between key places in camp and parking, as well as some points of interest in between. The shuttle is donation-funded; we recommend $1 per person per ride.
A: Please enjoy the lake at any time, but please remember that children must always be supervised closely in and around the water! There are no lifeguards on duty.