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Camping Trip

The Details



This trip is for Trailmen of all ages, all Registered Adults, and Parents of Foxes.

What - Activities and Agenda

There is a downloadable pdf agenda on this page.


Site Address

Facility Phone Number


Dates & Times

Check in Time

How Much

Price Per Person is $

This price includes:   xyz

The Forecast


Sunny, High of 51, 10% Chance of Rain

(Near Full Moon, Low of 37 at night, Burrrr!!)


Sunny, High of 64       41 at night


Early morning fog, Sunny, High of 67

See Notes on staying warm at night.  (sleeping in cold weather doc/pdf)

The Facilities

Every campsite will have electric, a 18-22" fire pit with a grill grate (foil is suggested to cook on), a picnic table and potable water (although it is still wise to bring drinking water).  There are bathhouses with Hot Showers.


You are on your own for food.  Water is potable there, but it is still wise to bring drinking water.  We will provide snacks at night during campfires.  Navigators and Adventurers will need to bring a bagged/waterproof (ziplock) lunch to eat on the river while canoeing.

all meals provided?

Bare Minimum Camping Checklist
  • Closed Toe Shoes

  • Pair of Socks for Every Day +1

  • Pair of Underwear for Every Day +1

  • Shirts

  • Shorts or Pants (Switchback pants work well)

  • Towels

  • Headlamp / Flashlight

  • Toiletries

  • Tent (We have enough tents for Navigator and Adventurer boys only)

  • Sleeping Bag

  • Pillow

  • Water Bottle

  • Camp Stove/Mess Kit (Adventurers only)

Cold Weather

  • Jacket/Sweatshirt/Layers

  • Long Underwear (if really cold)

  • Hat or Knit Cap

  • Gloves

  • Sleeping Pad (barrier between cold ground)

  • Extra Blanket


  • Extra Towel

  • Swimsuit

  • Water Shoes (Optional)

  • Sun Protection

Other Optional Items

  • Flip Flops

  • Pajamas

  • Bug Spray

  • Chair

Emergency Preparedness

Closest major hospital:



Emergency - 911

Poison Control   1-800-222-1222

Other Items of Note

There is a downloadable pdf agenda on this page.

Add an Agenda PDF here

Things You Should Know Before Coming


  • We will be providing all food and snacks, but if you have special dietary needs or food allergies, we will make room for you in the kitchen to store and prepare your own food.

  • We will provide all eating utensils for your stay, so you do not need to bring your own mess kit.

  • You will need to bring your own bedding and pillow.  You can use linens or a sleeping bag.

  • Each cabin sleeps 10.  We will have separate cabins for men and women.

  • We are responsible for cleaning the camp at the conclusion of our stay, so don’t rush off without helping!  Cleaning supplies will be provided.

  • Leaders & Parents, please lend us a helping hand on putting this on.  See SignUpGenius.

  • The cabins do not have AC, but they do have a heater.

  • There are limited electrical outlets in each cabin.


Have a question?  Send us a message.

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