Revolution March 2008 - Camp Mawavi Group Campground

Coming to the Revolution March?  Planning to camp lodge, but want to ensure that you will be lodging with fellow Ron Paul supporters?  We have the PERFECT option for you!

Camp Mawavi, a Group Cabin Camping site, has been reserved for 140 attendees of the Revolution March!

Located inside Prince William Forest Park, approximately 30 miles south of DC in Triangle, Virginia, Camp Mawavi was built during the Great Depression as an overnight campground for underpriveleged youth.  During World War II, the camp was used to house and train intelligence operatives for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), America's first intelligence agency!

Camp Mawavi is a large group camping area, with multiple rustic group cabins, a large "craft" lodge for gatherings, and a fire council ring!  A dining hall with commercial-sized oven, stove top and griddle, walk-in refrigerator, large freezer, counters and a spacious area for group dining is available! Restroom facilities with hot showers and flush toilets are located centrally in the camp.

Included in your $20 ticket:

Shuttle to and from Franconia-Springfield Metro Station for those who are not going to be driving in to DC, or for those who will not have transportation to Camp Mawavi.

$5 Vehicle Fee - Park Entrance

Two nights rustic cabin lodging

S'mores on July 11 around the campfire

Breakfast on July 12 5am-7am

Breakfast burritos and coffee, milk or juice to-go

Breakfast on July 13 5am-6am

Assorted donuts and pastries and coffee, milk or juice to-go


Swimming:  For our group to swim, we must have a certified lifeguard present.  If you are a certified lifeguard and you plan to lodge at Camp Mawavi, please contact Susan Wolfe, Travel & Lodging Committee Chairman at

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact the organizers!  Otherwise, please pay your $20 per person lodging fee as soon as possible!  There are only 140 spots, so when they're gone, they are gone!

For directions to Washington, DC from Camp Mawavi  View Larger Map

Camp Mawavi Itinerary:

Check-in is at 12:00pm.  Campers must obtain wristband at check-in, and will be required to have a wristband at re-entry to the campgrounds.  Travelers are responsible for Friday lunch and dinner and Saturday lunch and dinner.  Breakfast is provided on Saturday and Sunday mornings.  In addition, the group is encouraged to pool funds for a group dinner in the dining lodge on Friday evening.  Giant Food is just 2 miles from the campgrounds, and there is a full commercial kitchen for storage and preparation.
Sleeping cabins are equipped with single-person cots with mattress and closets - bring your sleeping bag and pillows!

We must provide our own: Bedding, cookware, tableware, trash bags, soap, cleaning supplies, first aid supplies.  Mops, buckets and brooms are provided.

Swimming:  For our group to swim, we must have a certified lifeguard present.  At this time, we have not had someone contact us saying that they are a certified lifeguard so that our permit can be modified to include swimming.

Friday, 7/11/2008

12:00pm: Arrival and Check-in; Unload Van and Complete Cabin Assignments

12:30pm: Travel to Giant Foods for Supplies - 3 miles from campgrounds

1:00pm: Begin Shuttles to Franconia-Springfield Metro Station

1:30pm: First Shuttle Departure from Metro Station

2:30pm: Second Shuttle Departure

3:30pm: Third Shuttle Departure

4:30pm: Final Shuttle Departure to Campgrounds from Metro Station

5:30pm: Dinner Preparation in Dining Lodge - Campers may utilize commercial kitchen or outdoor grills.  Campers may utilize the walk-in cold storage refrigerator for groceries, based upon space availability.  Remember - we just need lunch and dinner for Friday, and lunch and dinner on Saturday before we depart on Sunday morning after breakfast!  (Also, lunch on Saturday is likely to be in DC!)

6:30pm: Dinner Time!

9:00pm - 10:00pm: S'mores around the Council Fire Ring

10:00pm: Quiet Time at Camp Mawavi - People don't have to retire to their cabins, but "quiet time" is enforced after 10pm.

10:15pm: Breakfast Prep for Saturday in Dining Lodge - volunteers are welcome!

Saturday, 7/12/2008

4:00am: Breakfast Begins in Dining Lodge

4:30am: First Shuttles to Metro Station to Travel to Revolution March

On arrival to Franconia-Springfield Metro Station, Campers will travel to L'Enfant Plaza Metro Station.

Day Pass for Metro: $7.80 per person 

5:30am: Second Shuttle Departure

6:30am: Third Shuttle Departure

7:30am: Final Shuttle Departure to the Revolution March

7:30am: Ronvoy Vans and Personal Vehicles will travel to Franconia-Springfield Metro Station. Free parking on Saturday. These travelers will travel to March location.

9:30am: Assemble at National Mall, South of the Ellipse, for March.


5:00pm: End of Rally - Travelers may take some hours for sight-seeing.

9:00pm: Shuttles Back to Campgrounds First Shuttle Departs from Franconia-Springfield Metro to take travelers back to camp.

10:00pm: Second Shuttle Departs

11:00pm: Third Shuttle Departs

12:00am: Final Shuttle Departs to Camp Mawavi

Sunday, 7/13/2008

4:00am: Breakfast Begins in Dining Lodge

4:30am: First shuttles depart for Metro Station Travelers will take Metro back to Reagan National Airport or their originating location.

5:30am: Second shuttle departs

6:00am: Ronvoy Van Departures

6:30am: Third shuttle departs

7:30am: Final shuttle departs for Metro Station

8:30am: Cleanup and Final Walk-through

10:00am: Final departure from Campgrounds

Note: Although multiple vans are available for shuttle, we will utilize the fewest miles possible by limiting the shuttle transportation to this schedule.  Travelers should plan to adhere to this schedule, and be ready to depart the Metro or Campgrounds on time.  Individual shuttles will run shuttle routes, unless there is clearly a high demand for transportation at a given time.

Name Sales End Price
Weekend Lodging at Camp Mawavi   Ended $20

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