A-Frames are communal housing structures that can be found around the group camp site. These buildings contain 16 beds, with six bunk beds on the ground floor and four single beds in a small second floor loft. These structures have a single power outlet and a small heater. All A-Frames share a detached communal restroom that contains commodes, showers, and sinks just a few seconds-walk away.
A limited number of A-Frames are available for Oklacon 2013.
119 of 128 A-Frame Beds Remain!
Each Oklacon registrant that prepays and does not purchase another type of loding, such as a private cabin or a lodge room will be reserved a single bed space in the A-Frames. While 10 A-Frame buildings encircle the group camp site, two are reserved for event space, leaving 128 available spaces for registrants. For this reason, if you plan to stay in an A-Frame, it is critical you preregister and pre-pay for the convention as early as possible in the year to ensure you have a spot. A-Frames are made available on a first-come, first-serve basis, and the convention does not reserve or assign bed space to individual attendees. Only badged attendees are permitted to stay overnight in A-Frame space.
Because the Oklahoma nights can dip into the low 40's at the end of October, everyone staying in A-Frames is encouraged to bring warm clothing and their own fleece or heavy blanket to be comfortable. These beds also do not come with pillows or sheets provided by the park, so be sure to bring your own and label them with your name or badge name. Space heaters other than the small heater provided in each A-Frame are not permitted by the park as these structures are made entirely of wood and shingles. Because this is communal space and is not locked or supervised, please don't bring expensive electronics or valuable keepsakes to the convention, and secure any valuables such as art supplies in your vehicle if you plan to stay in an A-Frame at night.
While Oklacon is a very animal and pet-friendly convention, the park does not permit any person to house or keep animals in the A-Frames. Consider staying in a RV or tent if you plan to bring your fuzzy friends.