Monday, May 2, 2016

May Campout at Leo Carrillo

Our Spring Campout is right around the corner.
Thanks to everyone who signed up and paid for the trip.
It's sure to be a great time.
We'll be exploring the tide pools, hiking, and enjoying the great outdoors!

We are assigned space numbers 4,6, 105, 107, 109, 111.
Look for our banner.  Parking is $12 per vehicle.  Parking in the campsites is limited.  You will be able to unload at the campsite and then move your car to the main parking lot.

Please sign up to bring food to share for breakfast on Saturday and Sunday mornings.

Potluck Sign ups HERE

Packing List:

Tent (tarp for under tent and a mallet for pounding stakes are helpful)
EZ Up or Canopy (optional)
Folding table (if you have one, please bring it for serving our communal meals)
Sleeping bags & mats
Flash light(s) (fresh batteries)
Camping Lantern
Mess kit for each person (plate, cup, bowl, utensils). Mesh bag useful for hanging to dry.
Sticks or long skewers for s’mores
Cooler with ice, food & drinks (lunch & snacks on your own, breakfast potluck, dinners provided)
Drinking water
2 trash bags (for communal use)
2 duraflame logs (for communal use)
Camp chair for each person
Swimsuits and beach towels. Extra towels for showers (if desired)
Money for showers, if desired (token operated)
Water shoes or sandals for the rocky tide pools
Refillable water bottle
Small daypack/backpack for hikes and exploring
Scout handbook
Bicycles & helmets (if desired)
Warm jacket and long pants for the evenings
Class A Uniform (for flag ceremonies)
Class B pack t-shirt (wear on Saturday)
Bug spray
First Aid Kit
Sporting equipment (balls, frisbee, boogie boards, etc)
Pocket knife (only for adults & scouts who have earned the Whittlin’ Chip)
If you want to make your own kite on Saturday, please bring the following supplies:
1 roll of scotch tape, one package of dental floss, one pencil, pair of scissors
If you have a charcoal grill or camp stove that you would be willing to share with the group,
please sign up to bring it.

Tentative Schedule
Friday, May 13th
2:00 Arrive at Leo Carrillo State Park Campground
Set up campsites

5:30 Dinner: Hot dogs & Hamburgers, chips, carrots, water
The following families will be preparing dinner:
The following families will be cleaning up after dinner:

7:00 Evening campfire program

9:00 Lights out

Saturday, May 14th
7:00 Potluck Breakfast
Please sign up to share something for breakfast

8:30 Nicholas/Willow Creek Hike
1.8 miles. Moderate loop trail. Approximately 1 hour

9:30 Free time
Dens work on skits for campfire
Giant bubbles
Make your own kite

12:00 Lunch on your own

1:00 Tide pool exploration
Wear water shoes or sandals
Explore beach caves
Fly kites

5:00 Dinner: Campfire Chicken Quesadillas, chips, corn, water
The following families will prepare dinner:
The following families will clean up after dinner:

7:00 Campfire
Skits, songs, s’mores

9:00 Lights out

Sunday, May 15th
7:00 Breakfast
Please sign up to bring something to share

8:30 Scout’s own

9:00 Break camp, clean up

10:00 Depart. Leave No Trace

See you at there!


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