Description—Our annual Patrick’s Point Campout is open to all scouting families and families considering joining scouts!
We have a lot of fun activities planned that focus on scouting skills. There’s a fun night hike Friday and optional necklace making activity on Sunday at the Sumeg Village. Scouts are taught to make a replica of a Yurok necklace using shells. In the Yurok language, Sumeg refers to an ancient ceremonial and important gathering place.
Saturday we will be working on The 10 Essentials, a service project helping to protect the park and time for play. We have separate activities for the different age groups.
Date and Time—Sept 27-29, On Sunday there will be an optional necklace making activity at the Sumeg Village ($5 per necklace).
Location and Directions—Patrick’s Point State Park. We’ve reserved the Bishop Pine
Group Picnic Area.
Costs/Fees—Campout has a suggested donation of $10 for an individual; $25 for a family; This includes group site and food. Saturday meals and Sunday breakfast provided. We try our best to accommodate restrictions/preferences. We recommend bring extra snacks.
Accommodations—Tent Camping; Families/scouts will need to bring overnight gear(tent, sleeping bags, pads, warm/waterproof clothing and shoes etc); We will provide a detailed list in advance; Reach out to us if there is something your family will need, we will always do our best to provide extra gear if needed.
Registration—Attendees must register in advance, as space may be limited, and so we can plan appropriately for food and supplies.
Be on the look out the Monday before the trip for a more detailed menu, schedule and list of what to bring!
Questions?—Contact Group Scout Master Leaders: Daniel Bixler (707) 407-5774