There are lots of single sites available for this weekend so if I could get a few RSVP then I'll reserve a site. All of the group sites are full already.
I heard this is a beautiful place to hike and climb. I hope to make it this season.
There will be a potluck in camp on Saturday night. Bring food/drink/treats to share if you'd like to participate. If you are planning to stay on a campsite someone else has reserved please bring cash to share the cost.
Current Campsite Arrangements:
Reserved by - Site # - Occupants
Peter - 414 - Peter, Allison+1
Tab - 417 - Tab, George, Byron
Chue - 413 - Chue, Sarah, Sara, Deb, Pranav, Steve
Jen - 418 - Jen,Mike+1,Brett+1,mystery guest?
Mike - 411 -
Mike - Top Rope Setup, Guide Book
Jen - Top Rope Setup
Brett - Top Rope Setup
Tab- 2 ropes, enough gear to setup 2 anchors, guide book
Peter - Top Rope Setup
This is from the WI DNR rule book regarding tents and vehicles:
Vehicles and tents
Motor vehicles are restricted to the designated parking area on each campsite. No more than two motor vehicles (except as many as six motorcycles) are allowed per campsite.
No more than one recreation trailer, pickup truck camper or motor home may occupy a campsite. Pickup campers or motor homes pulling a trailer are treated as a single unit.
The number of tents allowed depends on the sizes of the tents and of the site. Call the park or forest office if you're considering bringing multiple tents. (I will check with them when I get there about this and let you guys/girls know if there's restrictions on our party).
Each vehicle must have a vehicle admission sticker. If you tow or carry a vehicle behind or on another one, ask at the entrance station for a courtesy sticker for the towed/carried vehicle.