Upcoming Campouts

    • Thu, May 26, 2022
    • Sun, May 29, 2022
    • Aliso Park Campground
    • 90
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    SBVC – Aliso Park Campout

    May 26 - 29, 2022

    For Memorial Day weekend this year, the SB/VC chapter is heading out to a local favorite of mine, Aliso Park campground!. This is a beautiful little Los Padres National Forest campground located off of Hwy 166 near the small town of Cuyama. 

    As a National Forest campground, it is primitive, but it’s isolation makes it a nice and mellow spot that doesn’t usually get the noisy crowding you sometimes find during this major holiday weekend. And that’s GOOD in my book! 

    This trip will be starting on Thursday May 26th, running through the weekend to Sunday May 29th. For anyone so inclined, I’ll actually be out there on Wednesday May 25th, to get the lay of the land prior to folks arriving on Thursday. 

    As this is a National forest primitive campground, there are no reservations, but, also, the only ‘fee’ for camping is a Wilderness Adventure Pass. Already have one? BRING IT ALONG! Otherwise we’ll have to purchase one for you, and that just adds to your price for the trip. 

    Speaking of prices, wondering how much the trip costs? It’s a very reasonable $20 per person, for four days of camping fun with your fellow Great Outdoors members! 

    IF you do not have an Adventure Pass, either purchase one yourself (they are available at many Big 5 Sporting Goods stores, among others.) 

    OR let me know, and I can pick one up for you ($30 for a year pass) and that will be added to your trip fee! In the big picture though, it’s much easier to just get one for yourself. If I get one for you, you will take it with you at the end of the trip FYI. 


    Our schedule for the trip (while somewhat soft on departure times and such) is as follows:

    Thursday: Campers arrive, set up, meet and greet each other. For this day, plan on cooking/fixing/making dinner yourself at the campground. 

    Friday: This is our day to visit/explore the Carrizo Plain National Monument. We’ll be heading off to the Plain/Goodwin Visitors Center after breakfast. Plan on either taking lunch with you, or plan on at least having some snacks/water with you. 

    We’ll be continuing on (after exploring the Carrizo Plain) into the historical town of Santa Margarita, home to wine tasting rooms, antique shops, and a few places that are great possibilities for a late lunch/early dinner. 

    Otherwise, dinner for today will be one cooked on your own back at camp, or something you pick up on the way back. 


    Saturday: This will be our day to visit the West Kern Oil Museum in nearby Taft. In its heyday this area was a virtual boom area of the oil industry, and the museum has so much from this era to show and share. 

    After breakfast we’ll be heading off to this location, with the idea that after a good exploration of the museum, we’ll be exploring Taft, another town that has much to offer in the way of antique and thrift shopping, as well as some great locations to check out for a late lunch, 

    We’ll be back to the campground this afternoon/evening for our usual Saturday potluck, to share some great food and networking with your fellow campers! 

    Sunday: this is pack up and head for home day! I know, we all want to stay longer, but, reality is, many of us have to get home for work eventually, right? 

    On the plus side though, if you’re retired, you can stay on for a few days if you so choose (maximum of 14 days in one place though…)

    Hiking: There is some hiking available in the area, but as Gener and I are still looking into the possibilities, nothings set down yet. 

    Offroading: There is the option for some offroading in this area also, so that, along with hiking, will be discussed Thursday night around the campfire, to see who wants to do what.

    So come on along, have some great evenings around the campfire, join us in exploring some places you’ve never been before, and make some new great friends! 

    Trip Leader Joe D

    • Sun, June 12, 2022
    • 12:00 PM
    • Wed, June 15, 2022
    • 11:00 AM
    • Guajome Regional Park, Oceanside, CA
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    Guajome Regional Park offers partial hookup sites (water/electric 20/30/50 amps), with paved driveways, fire rings, and tables. Coin-operated, hot showers, restrooms with flush toilets, and a waste water dump station. One tent and one RV (< or = 45ft.) or two tents will share each each site.  Both inhabitants will have access to the water and electricity. There is plenty of overflow parking for extra vehicles.

    The park is at an elevation of 130 ft. above sea level. Afternoon ocean breezes keep the park pleasant year-round.

    The upper area includes an outdoor fitness area, amphitheater and volleyball and horseshoe courts. Visitors to the park enjoy fishing and hiking. Bird watchers can spot dozens of species of migratory birds that stop at the park's two ponds and marsh.

    The park is close to other historical points of interest such as the Rancho Guajome Adobe, designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1970 and the San Luis Rey Mission, one of the 21 California missions, which was founded in 1798.

    Other historical adventures can be experienced at the Antique Gas and Steam Engine Museum, which preserves and displays many examples of mechanical ingenuity and home crafts associated with the early days of the American farm and industrial revolution era

    There is a bicycle trailhead just outside of the park that extends through nearby Oceanside, all the way to the coast. Oceanside itself offers access to great beaches, a pier, a fine harbor, shopping, and restaurants.

    Park brochure - click here.

    Schedule of Events

    Sunday, June 12

    • 2:00 pm - Check-in (please don't arrive early)
    • 6:00 pm - Meet n’ Greet: BYOB, bring snacks to share.
    • 7:00 pm - Dinner on your own
    • 8:00 pm - Group campfire (bring firewood)

    Monday, June 13

    • 10:00 pm - Sun and fun at the beach!  Local beach recommendations welcome. Black’s Beach is only an hour drive on I-5 south.
      • Bring your towels, beach chairs, umbrellas and swimsuits.
      • Alternative: Explore Oceanside Pier and harbor areas.
    • 6:00 pm - Potluck (bring a dish to share)
    • 7:00 pm - Group campfire (bring firewood)

    Tuesday, June 14

    • 9:00 am - Hike the local nature trails in the park and explore the marshes/lake, bird watching
    • 12:00 pm - Carpool to Del Rey Mission and Steam & Gas Engine Museum (there are admission fees you will have to pay)
      • Alternative: See whiteboard
    • 7:00 pm - Group campfire (bring firewood)

    Wednesday, June 15

    •  9:00 am - pack up and clean up, say our tearful goodbyes
    • 12:00 pm - Check out

    Contact Trip Leader: Robert Varga - via email to rvarga0@icloud.com or text (760) 641-9112.

    Prices:  Prices listed are per person.  Each person going must complete a separate registration. We do this so each registrant acknowledges our liability waiver condition.

    Payments:  This event is limited to GO members.  When you register, you'll need to have your credit card (MC, VISA, Discover or Amex.) ready and pay your registration fee within 15 mins. If you are not a member yet, you can first join as a member online (click here) and then return here to register.

    Refunds:  Cancellation for a refund, minus $10, will be allowed only if there is a waitlist and must be received by June 4th.  All cancellation requests must be sent to the Trip Leader (see email above). 

    What to Bring:  Camp chair, camping/cooking gear, food, warm/cool/wet weather clothing, potluck item, one bundle of firewood per person and the Ten Essentials

    Directions Guajome Regional Park Campground, 3000 Guajome Lake Road, Oceanside, CA 92057.  Google map directions - click here.

    From Coachella Valley:  Take I-10W to I-215S to I-15, exit onto Highway 76, turn right on SR-76 and head west. Turn left onto Guajome Lake Road.  The campground entrance will be on the right.

    Climate: Average temperatures - high 71,  low 60. View weather forecast - click here

    Pets: Are permitted if they are properly restrained and under the control of the owner. Dogs must be licensed, restrained on a leash no longer than six feet, and attended at all times. Please pick up after your pet.   $1/night for each pet; you would pay upon arrival.

    Health Problems/allergies  Discuss any medical concerns with the event leader that may affect your ability to participate in this event.

    Special COVID Requirements

    You must be a Great Outdoors (GO) member in order to attend this event.  This event requires all attendees to be fully vaccinated and submit proof of vaccination and abide by the GOPS COVID policy - click here.

    Send proof of vaccination to: GOPSCOVID@gmail.com or text to:  760-902-1850

    • Sun, July 10, 2022
    • 1:00 PM
    • Wed, July 13, 2022
    • 11:00 AM
    • Idyllwild CA
    • 42
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    Experience the cool mountain star-lit sky among conifer forest camping at Idyllwild Regional Park. This is a great summer mid-week excursion where you will find an uncrowded campground surrounded by mountain pines and vegetation. Three nights of camping, hiking and exploring the village shops and restaurants.

    Sunday, July 10

    • 1:00 pm - Check-in
    • 4:00 Sunset hike to meadow  
    • 6:00 pm - Meet and greet BYOB. Dinner on your own
    • 7:00 pm - Group activities 

    Monday, July 11

    • 7:00 am - Coffee, snacks & fruit
    • 9:00 am - Hike to Nature Center *
    • 2:00 pm - Hike *
    • 6:00 pm - Potluck dinner-bring a dish to share
    • 7:00 pm - Group activities and bingo

    Tuesday, July 12

    • 7:00 am - Coffee, snacks & fruit
    • 9:00 am - 4 wheel drive road trip
    • 1:30 pm - Hike* or see Idyllwild 
    • 6:30 pm - Optional group dinner in town*
    • 7:30 pm - Group activities

    Wednesday, July 13

    •  12:00 pm - Check out

    *Check campground white board for updates and hike/outing details.

    Special COVID Related Requirements

    You must be a Great Outdoors (GO) member in order to attend this event.  This event requires all attendees to be fully vaccinated and abide by the GOPS 4/26/2022 COVID policy - CLICK HERE  

    (Optional) Send proof of vaccination to: GOPSCOVID@gmail.com or text to:  760-902-1850

    Amenities: Restrooms have flush toilets, hot showers that take quarters,  Campsites have picnic tables, fire rings (although wood fires may not be allowed due to fire restrictions), and drinking water. The town of Idyllwild is 1/2 mile away with shops and restaurants.

    Amenities For Tents:  The sites are pretty flat and without much shade. Tent campers will share the site with an RV. Restroom and showers are located uphill of the campsites.

    Amenities For RVs:  There are no services for RVs at the campsites.  There is a dump site located nearby at Lake Hemet.  Generators may be operated between 7 am and 10 pm.

    What to Bring: Ten Essentials, camp chair, daypack for hiking, camping/cooking gear, food, warm/cool/wet weather clothing, quarters for showers. Bring a dish to share at the potluck dinner. The are water spigots located in the camp.  Campfires are currently not allowed in the campground during our stay. 

    Consider going green! - Please bring your own reusable plates, cups, mugs, eating utensils, etc. 

    Directions:  54000 County Playground Road, Idyllwild, CA 92549. Map - Click Here.

    Website IDYLLWILD REGIONAL PARK

    Climate:   Ave High 80  Ave Low 47       Weather forecast click here

    Parking: Campsites are shared between RVs and tents.  When you register let us know if you are bringing a tow vehicle or a second vehicle so we can consider that when assigning sites. The additional vehicle may need to park in overflow parking, at the park entrance.

    Pets: Well-behaved pets are welcomed. $2 per day pet fee payable upon arrival. Must be kept on leash.  Please pick up after your pet. 

    Photos:  Click Here

    Prices: are based upon each person going being a GO Chapter paid member. You can join - click here - and then register for this campout. Each person going must complete a separate registration. We do this so each registrant acknowledges our liability waiver condition.

    Payment:  You can pay with the following credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. You must complete the registration and payment within 15 minutes or your registration will be cancelled.

    Refunds: Cancellation must be received by June 28 for full refund.

    Contact: Trip Co-Leaders:  Dennis Curran and Dale Solomon

     

    Health Problems/allergies:It is the responsibility of participants to carry on their person a record of significant allergies, medications and medical history in the event of a medical emergency.  Discuss any medical concerns with the hike leader if you wish.


    • Wed, July 13, 2022
    • 3:00 PM
    • Wed, July 20, 2022
    • 12:00 PM
    • Grand Teton National Park
    • 7
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    Orange County/Long Beach Chapter of Great Outdoors presents:

    Grand Teton National Park Trip with Day Hikes 

    July 13-20, 2022

    Trip Leader Contact: Doug Cable, dccable2@verizon.net



    Preliminary Trip notes for Scouting Hikes, Grand Teton National Park

    July 13 to 20th.

    Save the date and make your reservations.

    July 13 to 20 we will scout the day hike trails in the Grand Teton National Park.

    There are multiple trails that range from easy, to easy/moderate, to moderate, to strenuous and to very strenuous. We will not be doing the very strenuous hikes. Which trails we pick will depend on the preferences of the group. There will be hikes for every level of fitness. We can also break up into several groups depending on what people want to do, but I'm hoping not to do that. Nevertheless, there will be no solo hiking because the area has Grizzly Bears. Bring a bear bell.

    Participants will be responsible for their own transportation, food and lodging. Make your lodging reservations now. Sharing of lodging is encouraged to decrease cost and facilitate communications. Lodgings available include tent cabins, camping, cabins. You can click on the names of Luton's Teton Cabins, Rustic Inn, Colter Bay Village Tent Cabins and Jackson Lake Lodge to go to their websites. Luton’s Teton Cabins is recommended, as is the Rustic Inn. Larry Purtle and Frederick Brown have each reserved a Tent Cabin in the Park. Each cabin can accommodate four non snoring sleepers. Combined, Larry and Frederick have four extra beds. Space is still available in the Jackson Lake Lodge within the park as of this writing.  Coulter Bay campground is available. There are also motels in Jackson. This is not really a campout; it is a series of dayhikes.

    There is a modest Great Outdoors cost of $20 to cover planning logistics. I have 2 books of potential hikes and also park information. We will have a zoom orientation meeting prior for planning. This entire adventure is a scouting trip.

    Special COVID Related Requirements:

    These may be updated/amended by the time of the event

    Participants must comply with the following requirements as a condition of registering for this event:

    1.     I will follow Federal, State and local COVID guidelines as well as the directions of the event leader(s).

    2.     I will maintain distance (min. 6') and wear a mask if social distancing is not possible.

    3.     I will not attend if feeling ill or have any symptoms of COVID.

    4.     I will contact Trip Leader if I test positive for COVID within 14 days of the event.

     ‘I Accept’ and will comply with these requirements as a condition of participating in this event.


    • Thu, July 28, 2022
    • Sun, July 31, 2022
    • Agnew Meadows group campground, near Mammoth
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    *Note: You must have Covid vaccination to attend*

    Agnew Meadows Group Campground (We have sites 1, 2, & 3) is located in the Reds Meadow Valley section of the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, just west of the full-service community of Mammoth Lakes, California. This beautiful campground provides access to some of the most spectacular wilderness in the Sierras and many outdoor activities such as horseback riding, fishing, hiking and photography and a pack station with horseback riding tours and supplies is just down the road. Within a few miles, campers will find the High Trail, Shadow Creek Trail and River Trail, all open to hiking and horseback riding. Fishing enthusiasts can try for trout in the many area lakes or the North Fork of the San Joaquin River. The campground sits in a lodgepole pine forest surrounded by high mountain peaks, adjacent to creeks and a small lake. The elevation is 8,400 feet. Spring and early summer wildflower displays bring even more color to the landscape. Many species of wildlife call the mountains home, such as black bear, mountain lions, mule deer, pine marten, pika and numerous fish and birds. Nearby Attractions: The area is close to Devils Postpile National Monument, Minaret Falls and the spectacular Rainbow Falls. This area offers unparalleled photographic opportunities and are great day trips. Reds Meadow Valley is also home to Reds Meadow Resort, a favorite spot for hikers and campers. The resort not only rents cabins, but also houses a shower facility open to the public. Their general store is a great place to stock up on necessities. Mammoth is also just a short drive away for supplies.

    Historically, there has been a high level of bear activity at Agnew Meadows Campground. A bear-proof locker is located at each site at Agnew Meadows Campground. All food and scented items must be stored in the lockers. All trash must be disposed of in the bear proof trash receptacles. Do not store food, trash or scented items in your vehicle.

    Visitor guide: Visitor Guide

    Directions:

    From U.S. Highway 395, take Highway 203 west through the town of Mammoth Lakes. Pass Mammoth Mountain Ski Area to Minaret Vista. Continue on Red's Meadow Road to the Agnew Meadows turnoff, about 2.5 miles. GPS: 37.682728, -119.085738

    There is a $10 entry fee per vehicle at Minaret Vista before entering Red’s Meadow Valley, and interagency passes are accepted. Within the valley, there is a free inter-valley shuttle that runs between Agnew Meadows and Red’s Meadow Resort with stops at a couple of lakes, the Devil’s Postpile, and Rainbow Falls. 

    With the cost of fuel and the distance, you may want to consider ridesharing. Information will be collected when you register, and then shared so you can self-organize into carpools. 

    Campground amenities & Information:

    Potable water, vault toilets, picnic benches, fire pits, bear proof food storage and trash receptacles. Showers are nearby at Red’s Meadow Resort. 

    The campground is located at 8400 feet elevation, so take elevation change precautions if you’re sensitive (drink lots of water, and avoid/limit alcohol on the night before and after arrival). Many of the sights are fairly easy hikes for Friday. Save the more difficult hikes for Saturday after some acclimation time. Some advise available at https://www.bcm.edu/news/tips-for-preventing-altitude-sickness  

    This time of year is also prone to mosquitos, so be prepared with repellents or other deterrents. 

    This newsletter gives more information about Mammoth and Reds Meadow Valley.. Pages 7 & 8. https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/fseprd904026.pdf 

    Things to bring:

    The 10 essentials (click here), camp chair, sunscreen, mosquito deterrents, a hat, a bundle of firewood. Even though it’s July, it can be cold at night, so think clothing in layers. 

    Schedule:

    Thursday: 

    • Arrive after 2pm
    • Meet-N-Greet at 6pm - more details to follow
    • Campfire

    Friday:

    • Freeform Daytime activities - fairly easy local hikes (Rainbow Falls, Devil's Postpile)
    • Potluck at 6pm - please bring main and side dishes. Great Outdoors will provide desserts.
    • Campfire

    Saturday:

    • Freeform Daytime activities - longer, more difficult hikes, see sites you missed Friday
    • Campfire

    Sunday:

    • Depart by noon

    Cancellation:

    A full refund will be issued if you cancel by July 10th. Afterward, a refund may be issued if the vacancy can be filled from the waitlist. Contact Wes at fwsj69@gmail.com if you need to cancel. 


    • Fri, August 12, 2022
    • Sun, August 14, 2022
    • Mammoth Lakes, CA
    • 12


    SBVC – Mammoth Lakes

    August 12-14, 2022

    More information coming soon!

    Trip Leader: Please contact Nikki Attinello at rattinel@live.com

    • Sun, August 14, 2022
    • 2:00 PM
    • Wed, August 17, 2022
    • 11:00 AM
    • Barton Flats US Forest Service
    • 100

    SAVE THE DATE- DETAILS BEING DEVELOPED

    Join us for this mid summer getaway near Big Bear Lake with forests, lush sub-alpine meadows and sparkling lakes. Bring your tent or RV to the Oso Group Camp. Just 25 minutes from Big Bear Lake, the camp is at 6400’ elevation in the secluded Barton Flats area off of Highway 38. Nestled in alpine and fir forest, the site is equipped with multiple tables, a campfire circle and grills. Tent pads are shaded but group areas are primarily in the open. Drinking water and  flush toilets are onsite, with inexpensive pay showers just a 5-minute drive away (Barton Flats), there are no utility hookups (dump site available nearby), RV’s park in the dirt, gravel parking lot. Hiking, biking, scenic sky chair at Snow Summit, kayaking and boat tour are some of the activities available.

    Schedule Of Events

    Sunday, Aug 14

    2:00 - Check-in. No early arrivals.

    4:00 pm - Sunset hike nearby location*

    6:00 pm - Meet and greet BYOB, bring appetizer to share. Dinner on your own

    7:00 pm - Group campfire activities

    Monday, Aug 15

    9:00 am -

    1:00 pm - Hike *

    6:00 pm - Potluck (bring a dish to share).  

    7:00 pm - Group Campfire

    Tuesday, Aug 16

    9:00 am - Hike*

    Wednesday, Aug 17

    11:00 am - Clean up campground areas. Check Out. Safe travels home.

    *Check campground white board for updates and hike/outing details.

    Facilities

    The group campground offers one large group campsite, available for tent and RV camping. There are no utility hookups at the site and roads, as well as the parking area, are gravel and dirt. The site is equipped with multiple tables, a campfire circle and grills. Vault toilets and drinking water are provided at the campground. Tent pads are shaded but group areas are primarily in the open. We will have a propane fire-pit for the group if there are fire restrictions in effect.

    Need to Know:

    Bears frequent the area; carefully follow garbage disposal and food storage regulations

    Click here for more information on the San Bernardino National Forest

    Don't Move Firewood: Protect California's forests from tree-killing pests by buying your firewood locally and burning it on-site. For more information visit firewood.ca.gov.

    What to BringTen Essentials, camping/cooking gear, food, warm/cool weather clothing, potluck item for Saturday night, a bundle of firewood – obtain locally, see below.

    GO GREEN!  Please bring your own plates, cups, mugs, eating utensils, napkins, paper towels, camp soap, etc.  There are water spigots located in the camp or in the nearby restroom for washing dishes.

    Driving Directions: SR-38. Continue on State Highway 38. From the Mill Creek Ranger Station go approximately 22 miles to Oso Group Campground.  Map Click Here . Closest Town:  Angeles Oaks

     GPS Coordinates: 34° 10' 32.5380" N 116° 51' 44.8380" W 

    Climate & Elevation – 6400 feet.

    RefundsCancellation for a refund, minus any service charge, must be received by 

    Contact: Scott C. email: VPO-PS@GreatOutdoors.org

    Photos: 

    Quiet Hours - 10 PM – 6 AM

    Cell Service – Available depending on your carrier.

    Pets: Pets are welcomed, remember the usual - leashed and pick up and dispose of waste.

    Health Problems/allergies Discuss any medical concerns with the trip/ hike leader that may affect your participation in events.

    Emergency Contact Information   Dial 9-1-1 To report all other activities Call  Local Ranger Station  909) 855-8550 during business hours or (909) 382-2600.  After hours call (909) 383-5654.


    • Thu, September 08, 2022
    • Sun, September 11, 2022
    • Morro Bay, CA
    • 8


    SBVC – Morro Bay/Margarita Festival

    September 8-11, 2022

    More information coming soon!

    Trip Leader: Please contact Joe Domingos at countryboyjoe1@gmail.com

    • Fri, October 14, 2022
    • 12:00 PM
    • Sun, October 16, 2022
    • 12:00 PM
    • To Be Determined


    Each year GO holds an annual conference/campout for all members.

    The dates are now set - Oct 14-16.  Our OCLB Chapter is now planning the event.  Please check back later for details


    For further information, contact:

    Lance via email at: conferencechair@greatoutdoors.org







Past Campouts

Thu, May 12, 2022 PS - Sequoia Park Three Rivers CA
Fri, May 06, 2022 OCLB - Yosemite National Park
Fri, April 29, 2022 SD - Catalina State Park Campout
Thu, April 21, 2022 SBVC - Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park
Sun, April 10, 2022 PS - Cottonwood Campground Joshua Tree NP
Thu, March 24, 2022 LA - Central Coast and Morro Bay Camping
Wed, March 16, 2022 PS - Hike / Bike Planning Meeting Wed March 16 at 6pm
Thu, March 10, 2022 PS - Campout - Agua Caliente County Park
Fri, March 04, 2022 OCLB - Pinnacles National Park Campout
Sat, February 26, 2022 CORP and OCLB - Outdoors Experience - Hike and Trip Leader Training
Thu, February 17, 2022 PS - Salton Sea - Mecca Beach Campground
Fri, February 11, 2022 SD - Campout - Agua Caliente Regional Park
Thu, February 03, 2022 LA - Death Valley, Furnace Creek Camping
Fri, January 14, 2022 SBVC - Majestic Yosemite National Park
Fri, January 07, 2022 OCLB - Cottonwood Campout
Tue, December 21, 2021 PS - Hike / Bike Planning
Thu, November 25, 2021 SD - Campout - Death Valley National Park
Sat, November 20, 2021 SD - DAY ACTIVITY - MISSION BAY BIKE RIDE
Mon, November 15, 2021 PS - Joshua Tree Park Ryan Camp
Tue, October 12, 2021 PS - Hike / Bike Planning
Thu, October 07, 2021 PS - Camp: Lone Pine/Western Film Festival
Mon, October 04, 2021 PS - Trip Planning For 2022
Mon, September 13, 2021 PS - Trip Planning For 2022
Thu, September 09, 2021 PS - Silent Valley Camp Resort Campout
Tue, September 07, 2021 PS - Trip Planning For 2022
Thu, August 19, 2021 LA - Camping Trip Quaking Aspen, Sequoia National Forest Campout
Fri, August 13, 2021 SBVC - Gem Lake Backpack (Intermediate)
Tue, July 20, 2021 PS - Camping - Idyllwild Regional Park
Thu, June 17, 2021 LA - Dogwood Campground (Lake Arrowhead)
Fri, June 11, 2021 SD - Mount Laguna Campout
Sun, June 06, 2021 PS - Camping - Barton Flats
Thu, April 15, 2021 OCLB - Caspers Wilderness Car Camp
Fri, November 06, 2020 SBVC - Lucidity Festival - CANCELLED
Thu, September 17, 2020 PS/SBVC - CANCELLED - Hearst San Simeon SP
Tue, August 25, 2020 SBVC - cancelled - Jalama Beach
Fri, August 07, 2020 PS - Cancelled - Big Bear Barton Flats
Thu, July 23, 2020 PS - Death Valley Pt 2 - Virtual Tour
Sun, July 12, 2020 PS - Cancelled - Rock Creek Tent Camping
Thu, July 09, 2020 PS - Death Valley Pt 1 - Virtual Tour
Fri, June 12, 2020 PS - Name That Campout-Jeopardy
Sun, June 07, 2020 PS - CANCELLED - Guajone Regional Park, Oceanside
Thu, June 04, 2020 SBVC - El Capitan State Beach
Thu, May 28, 2020 PS - Staycamp -Saline Valley - Virtual Tour
Fri, May 22, 2020 Cancelled - SD - Campout - Lake Edison
Thu, May 21, 2020 SBVC - CANCELED: Aliso Park Campground-Arroyo Grande Strawberry Festival and Cuyama Valley Exploration
Fri, May 15, 2020 PS - Staycamp - Lake Perris Virtual
Fri, May 15, 2020 CANCELLED - CORP - Lake Perris Jamboree
Fri, May 01, 2020 PS - Yosemite High Sierra Camps - Virtual Tour
Thu, April 30, 2020 SBVC - CANCELED: Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park
Wed, April 29, 2020 PS - Deep Creek Hot Springs - Virtual Tour
Wed, April 22, 2020 PS - Earth Day 50 Years - Wild and Scenic Short Films
Thu, April 16, 2020 PS - Virtual- Joshua Tree NP (Cottonwood Campground)
Thu, April 16, 2020 PS - Cottonwood Campground Joshua Tree NP
Mon, March 30, 2020 PS - Cancelled - Emma Wood State Beach Campout
Fri, March 27, 2020 SD - Campout - Agua Caliente Regional Park
Thu, March 12, 2020 SBVC - Morro Bay Campout/Cayucos Sea Glass Festival
Thu, March 12, 2020 PS - Organ Pipe Cactus
Thu, February 27, 2020 LA - Joshua Tree N.P. - Jumbo Rocks Campground
Tue, February 11, 2020 PS - Ski Outing Big Bear
Thu, February 06, 2020 PS - Salton Sea - Mecca Beach Campground
Fri, January 17, 2020 SD - Mojave National Preserve & Mitchell Caverns Campout
Fri, January 17, 2020 SBVC - Yosemite National Park
Sat, December 28, 2019 PS - Tecopa Hot Springs
Thu, November 28, 2019 LA - Ensenada, Mexico (Condo Or Hotel)
Thu, November 14, 2019 PS - Kartchner Caverns
Thu, October 24, 2019 PS - Joshua Tree NP (Black Rock Campground)
Fri, October 11, 2019 SBVC/CORP - 41st Annual GO Conference, Jamboree & Campout
Thu, September 26, 2019 PS - Silent Valley Camp Resort
Wed, September 18, 2019 SBVC - Overnight Trip Planning Meeting
Wed, September 18, 2019 PS - Trip Planning For 2020
Thu, September 05, 2019 SBVC - Morro Bay State Park
Thu, August 15, 2019 LA - Rock Creek Canyon (near Mammoth)
Fri, August 02, 2019 PS - Hurkey Creek Campout (Idyllwild)
Fri, July 12, 2019 PS - Silverwood Lake - Cancelled
Thu, July 04, 2019 SD - Kings Canyon National Park
Sat, June 22, 2019 PS - Mt Baldy Hike and Camp
Thu, June 13, 2019 LA - Kern River Camping and Rafting
Sun, June 09, 2019 PS - Big Bear (Serrano Campground)
Thu, June 06, 2019 SBVC - El Capitan State Beach Campout
Sat, June 01, 2019 PS - Mt Baldy Hike and Camp
Thu, May 23, 2019 SBVC - Bates Canyon-Los Padres National Forest-Arroyo Grande Strawberry Fest!
Wed, May 15, 2019 PS - Snow Canyon-St. George Utah
Fri, April 26, 2019 SD - Santa Cruz Island Camp Out
Thu, April 18, 2019 SBVC - Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park
Thu, April 11, 2019 PS - Joshua Tree NP (Cottonwood Campground)


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