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The Mayflower is docking at Marion Mountain this November, uniting our favorite pilgrims and Indians for the third annual Campsgiving.

Here’s an overview:

When: November 2-4, 2018

Where: Marion Mountain Campground

Campsites: 10, 11 & 12

What: Drinks, friendly competition, food, tents, nature

 

Here’s What You Should Bring:

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  1. If you have a tent, bring it

  2. Sleeping bag (or air mattress)

  3. Blanket

  4. Pillow

  5. Toothbrush/tooth paste

  6. Toilet paper/wet wipes (#2)

  7. Hand sanitizer

  8. Bundle of wood

  9. Your favorite alcoholic drink (and some to share)

  10. Snacks to munch on

  11. Comfortable/warm clothes

  12. Tennis Shoes

  13. Chair

  14. Games that would be fun to play around the campfire

  15. A good attitude

  16. Deodorant

  17. Flashlight

 

What’s the plan?

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Friday:

Since most of our campers will be arriving straight from work, we’re going to keep Friday pretty mellow. Feel free to stop by a fast food place on your way to camp if you want a full meal. Here’s the run-down:

  • Arrive safely

  • Set up camp and tents

  • Grab a drink and sit by the fire

Saturday:

Today we’re partying like it’s 1620 - camp style. Don’t know what that means? Us either, but lets just roll with it. Here’s the high level plan:

  • Breakfast and coffee

  • Nature time. Relax by camp or go explore the surrounding area.

  • Breakout into camp teams. Teams will be pre-determined by your Campsgiving Counselors (Dre & Izzo)

  • Camp Competition (game rules will be presented at camp)

  • Award Ceremony

  • Campsgiving Feast

  • Campsgiving Feast After Party

Sunday:

Our final farewell.

  • Breakfast and coffee

  • Clean up camp

  • Do whatever you want!


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: Are there restrooms?

A: Yes, but think porta potty style so bring toilet paper and hand sanitizer.

Q: Are there showers?

A: Negative. Bring body wipes and call it a day.

Q: What else should I bring?

A: We’re currently planning the big meal and breakfast situation, so we’ll split the money for that since it will be cheaper to buy everything in bulk. Other than that bring what you want to drink and snack on.

Q: How much is everything going to cost?

A: Cost for the campsite is already covered. We just ask for a Campsgiving donation for the main meal/breakfast. Thinking that will cost anywhere from $20-$30? And then whatever other fun stuff you wanna buy is up to you.

Q: How do I get there?

A: Put, “Marion Mountain Campground” in your GPS and you’re all set! Once you arrive tell the camp guard the reservation is under “Ramirez” and we have campsites 10, 11, 12.

Q: What if I don’t have a tent?

A: Collectively, we have enough tents for everyone and your Campsgiving Counselors will ensure every camper has a tent and that they’re staying with people they feel comfortable with.