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Dust off that camping gear and let’s get outside!  What do you need to bring?  Click on this link for a comprehensive list of items (some are optional) that we have found useful on camping trips.  Our Pack prepares meals together as a “Pack family”, so you don’t have to bring your own cooking utensils and pots/pans unless asked to help out.  If you need to borrow a tent short-term, let us know (we have a few from the Boy Scouts that we can loan out).  2017_camping_checklist

We try to camp monthly when the weather is cool enough to camp.  Here is information about our upcoming campouts.  The kids (and adults) love it!  Camping is optional and has an additional cost.  We try our best to minimize costs for everyone by getting group discounts and buying food in bulk.

Lion Country Safari campout   10/5-10/7:  We will camp overnight Fri and Sat nights at the KOA campground and participate in activities at Lion Country Safari during the day on Saturday.  Cost is $35 per person and includes camping, entrance to parks and meals (kids age 0-2 are free, age 3-5 are $10).  Sign up at the Pack meeting on 9/24 or with this link:








Other upcoming campouts:
November 30-December 2:  Long Point Park campout (Melbourne Beach)
January 4-6:  Daytona International Speedway
Feb 1-3:  Camp Sawyer (Florida Keys)
April 5-7:  Tanah Keeta Spring Family Campout (Tanah Keeta Scout camp)