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You can pre-register up to one week before the Pilgrimage. After that date, plan on checking in and paying at the Registration table when you arrive at Camp Allegany. For people who can't commit to the whole weekend, we offer a day rate.
Click here for the registration page where you can register and pay with your PayPal account or credit card. There are early bird and member discounts through May 1st.
If you prefer paper, you can download and print a registration form and mail it with a check to our registrar.
Participants are responsible for securing their own lodging.
Participants are responsible for their own food, but the event does offer these options:
There are two major areas in the Park, Red House and Quaker, with ASP 1 running between the Red House Administration Building and the Quaker Area Rental Office; 8 mi. long, 35 mph speed limit. The topography is gently rolling to steep slopes and the park size is 65,000 acres, 10 x 14 miles at widest points.
Bring a coffee mug.
Where is my Program?
Tent Programs: The evening "Big Tent Programs" are in the big tent behind the registration building at "Camp Allegany" in the Allegany State Park Red House area. Bring a camp chair if you have one!
Early Morning and Evening Bird Walks: Check the program schedule and guidebook for the location.
Bird Banding: On the porch of the education building in Camp Allegany.
Walks/Workshops / Programs: Most other programs start in the field between the registration building and the big tent. Some may start at other locations in the park. Be sure to check where your program begins. It can be confusing, especially if this is your first time at the Pilgrimage, so don't be afraid to ask! You will find signs with the names of the walks and programs that are being offered at that time slot. If your program starts in the big field by the tent, your program leader will be standing near the sign. Once everyone is gathered, there will be an announcement from the program coordinator.
Click here to download the map of Camp Allegany below
Files to Download
History of the Pilgrimage