Once again, we go back to where it all began for the HHCs. Always a Camper favorite, we return to Summit Lake once again! Please note this will be the weekend prior to Mother's Day weekend in this beautiful setting and help us kick off the Summer camping season! This will be our 11th annual outing to Summit Lake. Hard to believe it! Hope you can come!
We will be in Summit Lake - Electric B (Don't accidently book in A!)
Sites 92-98 are all looking out over water. As these are the most popular sites at Summit Lake, you'll want to book them soon! It is lots of fun to rent a canoe ($20/24hrs) and pull it right up onto your campsite! Someone should grab #91 ASAP so we can have a good central meeting spot. For those with larger rigs, you'll need to book a site at the top of the hill near the playground/shower house or, if you book later on, you should be able to find adequate space in area A. You can always drive or paddle over to hang out with the gang.
Be sure to post your site number with your RSVP and let us know if you are looking for anyone to share your site. Each site can have up two sleeping tents or one tent and one camper and can have as many as six occupants.
Kids are welcome to attend all Happy Camper events unless otherwise stated in the event description. Dogs are also welcome but please be considerate of other campers when deciding if your dog is a good camper (not too noisy, not a biter, etc.) and follow all rules pertaining to pets. Alcohol is consumed at your own discretion but please remember to be respectful where children are concerned and follow appropriate quiet time protocols.
For those who are new to the Happy Campers, here's a brief layout of what you can generally expect on a camping weekend. People begin to arrive at the campground as early as 2:00 pm (first check in time), some not arriving until later in the evening or even until Saturday morning. After folks get their campsites set up, we tend to congregate together around a central fire, where old friends catch up and new friends introduce themselves.
On Saturday's people come and go as they wish, sometimes as a group, sometimes as individuals. If you are into hiking, chances are you'll find someone who's up for a hike. Same goes for fishing, geocaching, swimming, biking, whatever. And some folks just want to hang around the campground and rest or play games.
On Sunday, people will pack up at their leisure and either head home early or enjoy the afternoon in the park. Check-out in state parks is 5:00 pm on Sundays. Jerry will host a Sunday brunch for those with leftovers or a craving for breakfast or lunch around 1045 am to anyone who wants to participate. Show off your campfire cooking skills or be as fancy or simple as you want to be. Just bring two side dishes or one main course item to share. Please remember to bring a chair, a drink and your table service.
Many campers choose to share sites with others. Typically a camper will book a site and then post with their RSVP what site they have and if they have room for another tent. New campers should rest assured that we are a friendly and very welcoming group. If you need help setting up a tent, you'll get it. If you need to borrow any equipment, let us know, someone will have what you need. Whether you are shy or outgoing, young or old, experienced or a first time camper, I am certain you will not find yourself out of place with the Happy Campers!