There are four camping spots available on the island. (See map) Camping is very primitive, with no running water or toilets provided. You must pack in your food, water, and equipment for your stay; and you must pack out all refuse, garbage and waste, as well as your equipment. A permit is required for guests to camp. Visitors may obtain a permit by contacting John Greene via email email@example.com.
Be prepared to show your permit to the island caretaker upon request.
Camp in your designated spot only.
Fires are permitted in designated fire pits only. Bring in your own camp wood. No wood cutting is allowed on the island.