This group is for those that car camp. Predominately we don't require utilities so it gives much flexibility in choosing campsites. We are not limited to choosing sites that can support campers and RVs. Car camping goes to any campsite we can drive to. That gives us many camping options. While its nice to have a water tap in a campground we may camp in a place that does not have water. We can carry our own jugs of water we have cars. Call us the water packing, propane powered, battery lit, campfire cooking, tent sleeping go any where our cars can go crowd. Why is there a need for this with another camping club in the area? Flexibility is the reason for this club. We can go to the less trodden more remote places. We can pull up to a group site or field if need be set up camp and be happy campers. So Pack up your cars with gear and supplies for a couple of days and lets go camping!
With camping being the primary activity, secondary activities often include hiking, kayaking, washers, cooking, camaraderie, fire building, and fun times.
What else do you need to know?
Camping locations are typically no more than 2 hours outside the St. Louis area and may include locations that are considered primitive i.e. no electricity, water or showers.
You must be 18 or over to join or join with a parent or legal guardian.
Dogs are allowed, but must be under control and kept from barking. Most often teenage children under 18 are allowed providing they are accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, but check with the event organizer in advance.
Most events will be restricted to 30 people. If you sign up for an event and then later are not able to attend you must update your RSVP. Repeatedly not keeping your RVSP current will cause you to be removed from the group.
State laws regarding consumption of alcohol, tobacco or illicit substances during a camp apply.