Muster Rules and Guidelines
Camping: Please unload equipment near camp area, and then move the car to a parking spot. All overnight parking takes place at the MMNHP Visitorís Center lot or designated grassy area adjacent to the camp area.
Camping Registration: All campers must register their vehiclesí with WDJís campsite volunteer. You will receive a parking pass which allows you overnight parking in the MNHP. You cannot park overnight without a pass.
Additional Saturday Parking: The Minute Man High Schoolís back parking lot will be open from 8:00am until 6pm on Saturday, May 7th. The gate will be locked at 6:30pm. There is no overnight parking at the High School.
NPS law enforcement will be making frequent rounds in the camp area during the entire weekend. Despite this monitoring, please take all valuables with you or place in your car while away from the camp area.
Fire: There will be no open fires in the camp area.
Curfew: There is a 10pm curfew on noise in the Town of Lexington. All jamming will end at 10pm. That means NO fifing, drumming, radios, or loud conversation in the camp area, and parking areas.
Alcohol Consumption: Beer, wine and other alcoholic beverages may not be consumed on the muster field or in the general camp area. Beer, wine and alcoholic beverages may be consumed in the privacy of your RV or tent.
This will be strictly enforced by NPS law enforcement.
Muster Registration: Registration will open at the announcerís booth beginning at 9:30AM on Saturday.
Muster meal: The muster meal will be served from 1:30 Ė 3:30 PM at the large tent across from the camp area. Corps may pick up muster meal tickets at the announcerís booth.
Parade: The Saturday parade will begin at 12:00 noon. Lineup at 11:00am at Trainer Field on Battle Road.
Trash: All Campers get a trash bag when they arrive. Please Recycle. Trash bins are located in the camp area and the Muster field. Additional bags will be available at the WDJ sales tent.
Muskets: Any unit that plans on bringing muskets or any other black powder weapon need to make separate arrangements with the Park's Black Powder Safety officer well in advance. Possession of any and all weapons in National Park Areas is regulated by Federal and State law and Park Policy and Regulation.
Emergency Numbers: Carminís Cell Phone: 978-793-1231
Susanís Cell Phone: 781-254-0934