Billy Clay Preserve Permit Application

Billy Clay Preserve

Application for Permit Application for Permit Billy Clay Cave Preserve Billy Clay Cave Preserve. Each person on the trip should fill out the form and submit it.

BE IT KNOWN TO ALL WHO APPLY FOR A PERMIT TO BE IT KNOWN TO ALL WHO APPLY FOR A PERMIT TO VISIT THE BILLY CLAY CAVE PRESERVE THAT: Cave exploration can be a dangerous endeavor. The Mid-Atlantic Karst Conservancy, Inc., its board of directors, the Billy Clay Cave Preserve management team or access coordinator, the National Speleological Society or its local ordinator, the National Speleological Society or its local chapters (grottos) or any individual members thereof will chapters (grottos) or any individual members thereof will not be liable for any damages, accidents, injuries, or death on the surface or subsurface of the proprty. All death on the surface or subsurface of the proprty. All the above named organizations and/or individuals will also not be liable for any damage or loss of personal property while visiting the preserve.Also note that the cave stream in the crawlway floods during wet weather, so trips to this section should not be done during a rainstorm or if rain is forecast.

Trip date. Permits are issued on a first come, first serve basis. Persons intending on visiting during caving events such as OTR are encouraged to apply early. Priority will be given to advanced applicants, however, if there are still days available, the access coordinator may issue permits on site. Only one permit will be issued per day to protect the cave, and due to covenants agreed to during the year-long negotiations to buy the property. Permits will be good only for the date imprinted on them. It is to your benefit to indicate an alternative date below, but it is not required. In the event that your first date is already filled, and your altenrative date is not yet taken, you will be issued a permit for the second date. If both are not available the access coordinator or other MAKC rep will take reasonable steps to notify you and give you the option to re-schedule.
The person requesting a permit (No. 1 above) has read, understands and accepts all of the terms and conditions of the permit application and the MAKC Management Plan for the Billy Clay Cave Preserve. He/she further agrees to display any issued permit prominently on the dashboard of his/her vehicle while parked at the preserve. Failure to do so could result in prosecution for trespassing under terms of the Slatyfork Village Conditions of Sale.