No, the camp does not have rooms. You sleep in a big building (the sleeper) where there are beds. Curtains have been put up for privacy purposes, making small ”rooms”. Attached to the sleeper are 2 toilets and 4 shared showers. In the main building is a space with 2 toilets. If you don't want to sleep in the sleeper, you are welcome to bring your own tent, caravan or camper. Behind the sleeper is an area to put up tents or campers, devided into slots, with or without electricity. Please note that you pay a little extra fee for each slot. Staying in the sleeper is included in the price.
Besides your personal play gear / clothes / accessories, also bring bed blankets or sleeping bags, towels, pillows and sheets. We can also recommend house coats and slippers if you would like to use the hot tub and sauna.
Also remember to bring Danish Kroner. We don't take credit cards at the farm. There is a bank option around 15 minutes drive from the farm.
Do I need to take a matrass with me to the sleeper?
For everyone that stays in the sleeper, a matrass is available. You don't need to bring your own matrass, but it is recommended to bring a pillow, bed blanket and sheets. If you are staying in your own tent or caravan, please bring your own matrass.
SISC organizes the camp and opens the premises for a group of people who have to make the stay themselves. SISC has only got a few rules on the behaviour at the camp and other than that you are free to go and mingle. So if you are single it is up to you. Getting to play with someone is usually not really a problem due to the number of people around. Just do not count on it that you will be collared and cuffed the moment you arrive at the camp.
I booked for a week, but I have to leave before it ends. Is that possible?
No, that is not possible for all weeks, except for the Hotel Week 31 or the Bonus Week 42.
For weeks 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 and 32 you book and stay for the whole week, so it is not possible to leave before it ends. This is to keep the camp spirit. If there are people leaving during the week, it disturbs the camp a lot. It is out of experience we have this rule.
If there is an emergency and you have to leave earlier, then you should talk to the camp manager. Please note that it is really important to talk to the camp manager! If you leave without letting the camp manager know, this might have consequences for your next booking.
When I try to book, I have to give my membership number, but, I do not have one. How can I get one in order to book?
If you have never been to the summer camps before, you will become a new member and get a membership number yourself.
After you filled in the form with your name and address + the week that you want to attend, we'll send you a overview of your booking with instructions on how to pay.
You will have to confirm your booking yourself by paying 50% or the whole amount on that statement (depending on when you booked). After we saw your payment in our bank, you'll receive a final confimation email with information on how to get to the farm.
After you sent it in, you'll be sent to a payment page to pay for your deposit. After your deposit is paid, you will receive a confirmation email from the Filekeeper with all the details you need, including instructions on how to pay for the rest amount. Please note that this could take up to 4 working days.
Note that sometimes you will have to pay the full amount on booking - please read the instructions on the first email.
After your full payment, your booking is settled and confirmed and you'll get a final email from SISC. In the final mail, there are 'how to get here' with directions to the farm.
You can order one of the weeks at the "Book" link at the top right of the website. Booking is possible from the first of February.
Just fill in the form with all your data, and pay for the deposit. The Filekeeper will then send you a statement of your booking. Paying at least half of the full amount of this statement, confirms your booking.
The abbreviation stands for SMil’s International Summer Camps. SMil is the Denmark's national BDSM organisation.
SISC organizes weeks and special events for people into BDSM at their own premises. The main events of the year are the summer camps, which can be attended by everyone around the world, no matter which colour, religion, political belief or sexual preference.
We need the full name and address of all participants, but the SISC Filekeeper is the only person who has access to your full data. He/she is allowed only to use your first name, two first letters of your surname and nationality for SISC internal documents (membership cards, camp list etc.)
For instance, Peter Watson, London becomes Peter Wa., GB, 05159. There is no reporting of the campers’ names to any authority anywhere.
Your email address will only used by the Filekeeper and not be given to anyone else.
So now I ordered and I got my confirmation email, how do I get there?
Getting to the SISC summer camp is easy. It is within reach of all forms of transportation. Train, Bus, plane and car. The Filekeeper will send you a ‘How to Get There’ with your confirmation email after your booking is fully paid and confirmed.
So where is this camp? It is in Denmark, Jutland, near by Aarhus Airport.
Once you signed up for one of the weeks (or for the Hotel Week), you will receive an overview of your booking where your SISC membership number is mentioned. In all statements and confirmations you'll receive after that, you will see your membership number.