What to Bring
Accommodations are rustic, though not as rough as you may remember if you were a camper. We have 10 large 20 person Army tents set up. For the adult trail camp each tent will hold 4 campers. You’ll have plenty of space to spread out
All meals are created in an outdoor kitchen and as such we are somewhat limited on what we are able to accommodate. That said, meals are delicious and healthy. It’s truly incredible what the cooks can do.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be served up in the great outdoors with the best dining ambiance you’ll have anywhere.
When packing, keep in mind we won’t have electricity or the modern conveniences of home and we think that is what makes this camp so special. Bring what you need to be comfortable outdoors all day with possible inclement weather including wind, cold, rain, and maybe some mountain hail. Please don’t bring the kitchen sink, our luggage handlers have a big job.
Recommended Items to Bring:
- Sleeping bag (it’s not uncommon for nights to dip into the 30s)
- Air mattress or foam pad and pillow
- Running pack capable of carrying 1.5-2L of water and a sack lunch
- Running clothing, including shorts, shirts, tights, long sleeve, wind jacket, and socks
- Warm clothing – Rain jacket, beanie, gloves
- Shoes – a couple pair are nice as they will get wet
- Swimwear and Towel
- Personal toiletry items
- Sunscreen, hat with a brim
- Dirty clothes bag
- Water bottle for around camp (separate from your pack)
- Water filtration device (preferred) or water purification tablets
- Extra snacks for the trail (we’ll have plenty of snacks and food for your time at camp but if there is anything special that you like during activity you are welcome to bring it)