Using the Map: On the embedded map above, the legend in the top left expands and allows individual layers to be turned off or on. Click on an item in the legend to jump to it on the map. The icon in the top right (looks like 4 corners of a box) makes the map full screen. Zooming can be done with your scroll wheel or the + and – buttons.
 
The map is best viewed from a desktop computer. But if you insist on using your phone, try this link to view the map more clearly.

Neighborhoods of Combustia

Pyrotopia: This is the “main street” of Ignite! Most loud sound camps will be located here. When you want to party hard, you head over to Pyrotopia. The land is generally flat and cleared. Cars can pull off the road to load/unload.

Fuego: It keeps the fires burning next to the main drag. Fuego is for theme camps who have light sound but want a spot out from main street. Due to being adjacent to kindleton campers in the southern part of Fuego should keep the noise from being loud after dark. The land is generally flat with some trees to the south. Cars can pull off the road to load/unload.

Unicorn Pasture: Unicorn Pasture is the area in the lovely woods north of the burn field. There is great camping here: no underbrush, plenty of tree cover, and soft ground. At the landowner’s request, no fire of any kind is allowed in the Unicorn Pasture. The land is generally flat. This area is walk in only, so plan accordingly.

Eldur: Eldur means fire and this is the heart of Combustia. This area includes the burn field and the pavilion. Portions of the land are flat, but to the east there is a steep slope. Even though the area is clear of trees, there is no driving to your campsite. You can drive as far as the graveled drop-off zone to load/unload. Keep it off the grass you whippersnappers.

Spark: This is our “non-amplified” camping area during the night (no amplified sound between 11pm and 11am). If you’re quieter folk, live here. That doesn’t mean quiet is the rule, any camper with non amplified sound or a small boom box can enjoy life here. Also most playforms will take place here. Portions of the land are flat, but to the east there is a steep slope. Even though the area is clear of trees, there is no driving to your campsite. You can drive as far as the graveled drop-off zone to load/unload. Keep it off the grass you whippersnappers.

Kindleton: This is our version of “Kidsville.” If you have kids, you can camp in Kindleton. You are close enough to main street to get there quickly when you need some dancing, but far enough away where the kids should be able to crash and sleep comfortably. Kindleton is a hamlet of Spark without amplified sound. The land is generally flat with sparse trees. Cars can pull off the road to load/unload to the north of the neighborhood.