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GRAND CANYON Memorial Day CABIN + Camping + Hiking + Road Trip
Memorial Day at the GRAND CANYON in a cabin one mile from the South Rim: Are you ready for something a little different? I've reserved a cabin -- it has a fireplace, beds, a fridge, stove, and showers. It's very private -- we have the whole area to ourselves. There are no other buildings or campers around us. I'm really looking forward to this. Take a look at the photos of the cabin. Awesome, isn't it? We even have our own barn! We'll use the cabin as a base to explore the whole area. We'll spend some quality time at the Grand Canyon. There will be hikes. (We will NOT be doing the Rim to Rim hike. It's not that kind of trip.) We'll watch the Sunset on the Grand Canyon. Maybe twice. Hell, we're so close I'm thinking it might also be cool to get up early one morning and walk through the woods in the dark and watch the Sunrise over the Canyon too. We will also be doing some road trippin' in the area. Horseshoe Bend. MAYBE Antelope Canyon (if there are cancellations...I'm constantly checking.) Full itinerary/schedule to come in a few days. But I wanted to give you as much advance notice as possible, so I'm posting this now. .: READ RSVP INSTRUCTIONS BELOW :. Most attendees on past trips are in the 25-40 age range. CABIN + CAMPING So here's how this works...We have the cabin and we will also be tent camping on the property. The cabin has limited space. There are beds for 6 people and maybe floor space for 2 more. The first people to complete the process (RSVP w/email address, respond to survey, and pay) get first shot at the spaces in the cabin. (You can, of course, choose tent camping if you wish). You can specify your preference in your reply to my survey. COST for 3 nights: Camping: $110 per person / Cabin: $195 per person Two large tents are available for use, or you can bring your own tent. Cups, plates and utensils will be supplied. Cooking gear, including pots, skillets, 3 stoves, etc are also available for you to use. You supply your own food (mostly) but I will cook up dinner one night and one morning I'll make my famous blueberry pancakes. CAMPFIRE TIME: HANGING OUT When night falls, we'll eat and drink, and hang around the cabin or the campfire ring outside. Maybe play some games, tell stories, get to know each other. For some, this is their favorite part of the trip. GETTING THERE Depending on where in L.A. you are, Grand Canyon is about a 7+ hour drive. Carpooling is required - you coordinate your carpool thru a carpool tool I link to. You will split gas cost and you'll also split the $30 park entrance fees (though a lot of people have the Parks Pass, which makes the entrance free.) RSVP INSTRUCTIONS: I want to make sure you're prepared will be ready to go. So once you RSVP I'll email you a short survey/questions which you need to return to me (So don't forget to give me your email address when you RSVP.) And you won't officially be on the trip until you're confirmed and pay. There will be people going from different Meetup groups so the RSVP's you see here show you an incomplete picture Remember, as always: No Dogs, No Kids and No Bad Attitudes.

Grand Canyon National Park

S Entrance Rd ยท Grand Canyon, AZ

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