After you unload your car, please move it to the parking lot across from the Camp entrance.
This is camp and located on a lake. You will find sand, dog hair, and foot/paw prints most everywhere. This is a weekend to celebrate how wonderful life is with our dogs, to see old friends and make new friends. Everyone you see working to make this event a success, either at the events, or behind the scenes doing registration, scheduling, etc. is a VOLUNTEER. Many have put hundreds of hours into the planning and organization of this weekend.
Goldstock brings together a diverse group of people. We ask that everyone be respectful of one another & their differing opinions. Please remember we are all here because we believe in Rescue.
Remember, we are guests of Camp Weequahic and our purpose in being here is to raise money for Rescue. Please volunteer and pitch in if it looks like a helping hand may be needed.
- Breakfast 7:30 – 9:00 am
- Lunch 12:30 – 1:30 pm
- Dinner 6:30 – 7:30 pm
For those paying for Thursday, lunch and dinner on Thursday and breakfast on Friday are provided.
Do not let your dog(s) on the Camp Office porch or in the office.
Do not let your dog(s) off leash unless you are present to monitor them.
Do not let your dog(s) run loose when you are in an area where an event is taking place, i.e., CGC, Olympic Games, Rescue Parade, Senior Recognition, Field Demo.
No smoking in any of the camp buildings.
No one under 18 can operate a golf cart. No loaning of golf carts.
Drive safely- no speeding or racing. Park off the road and do not block pathways.
Do not stick anything on the paint. Keep and return in clean condition.
Golf carts will be assigned after each meal beginning on Friday. Other times will be announced. Location: Up to the right of the Office Building.
Children under 14 should not be left unsupervised at any time. If your kids ride bikes, skate boards, or use rollerblades, ask them not to ride them around the camp paths. We'll be glad to let you know what areas are safe to ride in, like the tennis courts and track. We don't allow kids at camp to use these types of equipment on our paths, and ask that this not go on during Goldstock. The risks to themselves, other humans, and the canines, are far too great.
No child of any age (that would be anyone under 18) should ever be unsupervised at the waterfront. Adult supervision is mandatory, both for the safety of the kids and the safety of our other guests. No one, even adults, should swim unsupervised.
Most importantly, PICK UP AFTER YOURSELF AND YOUR DOG(S).
And finally......ENJOY! Introduce yourself to people, and know that each and everyone of you are helping to make a difference in the lives of rescue dogs everywhere.