Trout Lake Campout ( Dog Friendly )
Memorial Day Weekend May 24- 27 2019
This annual campout is the camping season “kick-off”. We have a great time with lots of people, lots of activities, great food, and huge campfires. Because this is a good size group and we’re all together for the entire long weekend, this trip is a great opportunity for new members to get to know people in the club. Fee includes the group camp area, firewood, Meals Friday evening through Monday morning, and non-alcoholic beverages. No refunds after the May Meeting unless replacements are found. No refunds for cancellations due to weather. Remember, we usually dodge the “bad weather bullet” up there, so show up even if the weather report is bad. , Sign up early, no kids, sorry.
TRIP Fees - Members $59 online, Non-members $70
What You Need to Bring - Your own sleeping accommodations (ie tent, sleeping bag, pillow), a camp chair, flashlight, and food to share if you would like too. Potluck item options include salads, side dishes, desserts, appetizers, etc.
Optional Items to Bring - Towel, quarters for shower, mug, camera, hiking gear, bug repellent, reading materials, cooler, lantern, umbrella, raingear, bicycle, golf clubs, caving gear such as gloves and headlamp, fishing pole, alcoholic beverages.
Meals - Menus for Friday night are Spaghetti with Salad, Saturday is Burrito’s/Taco’s and Chili then on Sunday Dinner is being planned, Hot breakfasts will be served on Saturday and Sunday mornings, cold continental breakfast on Monday morning. Sack lunches Saturday and Sunday.
Chore sign-up - Everyone is required to sign up for one chore. Teams will cook and clean up each meal. Chore possibilities include cooking a meal, cleaning up after a meal, setting up or tearing down camp.
Activities - Hiking (bring gear), conversation, biking (bring bike), napping, golfing (extra charge, bring clubs), singing, rafting (extra charge), wine tasting at Various wineries, ice caves, reading (bring materials), lounging, site-seeing, sitting by the campfire, stargazing, fishing (bring gear), drinking (BYOB),Cross country ski (bring ski’s)
Hookups – there are about 7 RV hook ups the senior rate is $13 per day
Directions – I-84 to Hood River and take the White Salmon Exit #64. Turn left and head north. After crossing the river turn left onto Hwy 14 and drive a couple of miles. Turn right onto Hwy 141, drive north to the town of Trout Lake. When you get to Trout Lake go to the left at the “Y” by the gas station. Go one block, turn left by the post office. Go a half a block, turn right into the County Park. The group camp area is at the end of the park on the left.
Signing Up – you May sign up at the meeting by check or on line with credit card
Captain Michael Grossnickle 360-882-7955, email@example.com
CO-Captain Judy Green 503-975-3724 firstname.lastname@example.org