Site Accessibility Information

To better serve the populace of the Kingdom
As a site is evaluated for accessibility,each list that has been filled out and returned will be posted here.

Please contact your local Autocrat or Seneschal to make sure that your group's site is posted.
*All assistance dogs are allowed at any site.*

Border Raids

Camp Carlson
Ft Knox, Ky

Camp Carlson is a military camp with paved pathways across the site.The Merchant area next to the battlefield however is all grass. Even though there are paths around the battlefield and merchant area, something more than a light wheelchair may be required to get through Merchants area if you are without assistance.

Bathroom doors are standard size and may require some assistance getting through and there are no handrails in the showers.Handicap accessible bathrooms will be placed through out the site however.

Camp Carlson has cabins for rent(not many) if you need to be inside, and the lodge has tables outside in back of the building.

Cars are camped near the camp sites, so access should be easy.

If you need assistance with medicines or someone to sign during court, please contact the Autocrat.

Please remember this an outdoor event, so accessibility will be limited. Try to give the staff enough time if you need special assistance.

This site evaluation has been done by Keidale

Barony of the Flame  Baronial Collegium
July 7th
St Christopher Catholic School
1181 S Wilson Rd
Radcliff, KY 40160

Autocrate: Lisa Willadsen,

1. Are there enough ramp entrances into site to accommodate wheelchair
bound comrades? YES

2. Are doors wide enough to allow room for a wheelchair/walker (at
least three feet wide)? YES

3. Are bathrooms accessible for wheelchairs, walkers, crutches?

Do they have handrails or some other type of support (includes restrooms
and Port-o-Lets)? YES

4. Are pathways smooth enough for a wheelchair/walker to go down
(outdoors)? YES

5. At feast, can table(s) be reserved for persons in
wheelchairs/walkers,either out to the side or in near the back?

6. At court, will a wheelchair- or walker- assisted gentle be able to
approach the crown easily? YES

7. Are there elevators at the site? NO

8. If the site is rather large, can chairs or benches be provided at
random places for those with walking difficulties?

Children with Disabilities:
1. Are the activities set up in such a way that children are with an
adult or are supervised by someone appropriate
(depending on the severity of the disability.)? YES

2. Will there be activities provided that the children can be involved
in? YES

3. Is it possible to have an extra room for children with attention
problems to play in, or extra space
in the back of the room for them while court or other such events are
happening? YES

Medicines and Medical Information:
\1. Does the site have refrigerators for medicine (insulin in
particular)storage, if needed?YES

2. Is the refrigerator easily accessible for gentles to get to?

3. Can medicines kept separate and labeled so no mix-ups will happen?

4. Is there access to information about hospitals in the area(phonebook
or other sources)? YES

5. Are there electrical outlets available for those who need them for
support equipment (ventilators, nebulizers, et cetera)?

Deaf or Hearing Impaired:
1. Is there anyone available to sign during the day, at feast, or at
court? NO

2. Is there room in the front for those gentles to better able to hear at
court or feast? YES

Blind or Vision Impaired:
1. Make sure all gentles with little or no eyesight have someone with
them to guide them throughout the event.
If a volunteer is needed, is there someone available to do so? YES

2. Is there space available up front at feast, or at court for those with
partial blindness? YES

1. Are there clearly marked spaces for handicap parking? YES

2. Are the parking spaces close to the gate area, or the event building
site? YES