Go camping, hiking, fishing, swimming (if you're a polar bear), roast marshmallow's around the fire, play campfire games (chubby bunny anyone?) and much more... I have reserved a large group campsite for our use Saturday into sunday. There are actual restrooms (with plumbing) nearby. I saw over a dozen deer in about 30 minutes when I was checking out the campsite! I will bring the firewood, as we are not allowed to gather any. As far as camping goes everyone should bring their own tent, and sleepbag/ blankets unless they make arrangements to share someone's tent. food/ drink/ cooler/ bugspray/ sunscreen/ clothing for weather and intended activites is strongly suggested. I will add more later about food, but I may try to make pancakes for the group. Cost to camp is only three dollars (cash please: I have to collect it and pay the park ranger). The camping fee inlcudes park admission so it is a great deal!
I will bring a bocce ball set, horse shoes, and croquet. The map lists volleyball courts, but I did not look are them, and I do not have a volleyball to bring.
The 11:45am start time is very arbitrary. I would suggest every one get there before its dark, as its much easier to pitch a tent in daylight.
Please note NO ALCOHOL and NO PETS!
Quiet time begins at 10pm and I want to be respectful campers. We don't have a bed time, but we WILL NOT DISTURB OTHER CAMPSITES.