Unto all who would travel South for the Spring Crown Tournament to be held in Harrington, Delaware; the Shire of Caer Adamant sends greetings. Our State is small and The Crown tournament will be held just 30 minutes south of the Delaware capital where Nascar weekend will be in full swing. Please be aware that extra travel time should be budgeted due to traffic congestion. For this reason, hotels in the area are also quite full, and all who are coming to the event are very strongly encouraged to call this week and book early at local venues, or book online where rates are often better.

If you are flying into the Philadelphia Airport, please consider booking a room in the Christiana or Newark, Delaware area. This is about an hour north of the event site, and will ensure that you do not encounter race traffic when leaving your hotel on Sunday to catch the plane home.

We do not currently have a block of rooms saved, but are working on this, and should have information out mid next week. There is abundant space at the event site for both RV’s and tent camping. If you are interested in camping, please keep an eye out on the event announcement next week. A code will be available to those who wish to camp on site in “The Grove” at the Delaware Fairgrounds, which can be used on their website. Camping is $35 per person a night, and the site has great amenities. (A nice wash house with showers, ice skating, and ice bumpercars). There is also camping just north of the event at Killens Pond State Park, and booking is available online.

For those interested in staying with a local, please reach out to Baroness Amarie de St Denis, who is coordinating our local “crash space.”  

Crown Tournament is being held at a 40 Thousand square foot Pavilion with open sides, a Concrete surface, and easy access to restrooms and showers. It is ADA accessible and has ample parking. The site is discreetly damp.  If you are traveling by car, please remember to bring chairs.

We look forward to bringing you more information, and answering any questions in the coming weeks.

With Best Regards,

Shoshana Gryffyth

Event Steward