Tuolumne Camp - CPAP machine?

We are headed to Tuolumne Camp for the first time and are curious about what to expect and bring. Specifically, we're curious if there are electrical outlets in the tent cabins for a CPAP machine (that family member will not be able to come without it). We also welcome any general recommendations! Thank you!

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If you have a dr’s note & let the camp know in advance, you should get a cabin with electricity.

Bring light colored tarps/sheets and clips/clothesline to augment your outdoor shade structure. 

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I just read the notes about going and it said to reach out to them if you need accommodations with electrical for a CPAP! 

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They will send a packing list and other info about camp. Overall, pack like you're camping but you don't need a tent or any cookware. To answer your CPAP question, yes, there are a handful of cabins with electricity that you can request. I think you can just request it when you get there, but it may be better to write to them ahead of time to make sure they will have one for you. My sense was that all of the accessibility accommodations they have made are pretty generous so I'm guessing it won't be an issue.

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Thanks for posting this - I had the exact same question. Through various sources including posters here on BPN and via Friends of Berkeley Tuolumne Camp, I got an email address for someone in the camps department at the city, who told me that you can request this when you get there, or call the office on site at the camp (209) 962-1939) to request a cabin with electricity for your CPAP.  I'm leaving in a week and after I found this all out, I got my "packet" via email which includes a request for a cabin to accommodate disabilities (like sleep apnea). You could also purchase a battery on Amazon if you are worried about not getting a cabin with electricity. Here is one recommended by a fellow CPAP user: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B074N8G8C7/