Signup is open for Warren Dunes! Here are the details:
-Warren Dunes Camping Trip: Friday, August 6th-Sunday, August 8th. (This year, due to COVID, we’ve moved up the Warren Dunes camping trip. Instead of being the weekend after Labor Day, the trip to Warren Dunes will be the first weekend in August.) Pack 24 Cub Scouts are returning to the Warren Dunes State Park near Sawyer, Michigan for our annual camping trip. This is a great trip for the Scouts and we spend time playing games on the nearby Lake Michigan beach and exploring the dunes. All Cub Scouts and their entire family are welcome to attend this outing.
We will need volunteers to help load supplies at Riverside Presbyterian Church Thursday evening, August 5th and Sunday, August 8th upon return. Please email Jason Johns to volunteer your services. Of course, all please pitch in with cooking, cleanup, loading/unloading at the campsite.
Here’s a summary of what we have planned…
Friday night: Check in, set up, dinner on your own, campfire.
- Pancake breakfast
- Post-breakfast hike to private dunes & beach (swim if you like)
- Lunch: Walking tacos
- More dune climbing and swimming post-lunch
- Dinner: Cook out with burgers/dogs/brats
- We’ll end the evening with s’mores around the campfire
Sunday morning: Breakfast, then camp breakdown/cleanup
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the cost?
A: Scouts and siblings under 16 are $25 each, adults are $40 each, yes – the entire family is welcome to attend.
Q: Do I have to camp for two nights?
A: No, you are free to arrive Saturday morning or leave late Saturday if your schedule is constrained.
Q: How far is it?
A: Sawyer, Michigan is about 96 miles away from Riverside (and an hour ahead of Riverside time). Click here for directions courtesy of Google Maps.
Q: What are we going to do?
A: Play on the Lake Michigan beach, swimming, explore the dunes, play games, campfire songs & s’mores, outdoor cooking.
Q: What are we going to eat?
A: Pancakes & sausage for breakfast, walking tacos for lunch, hotdogs / burgers for dinner. Plenty of nutritious fruits and veggies will be served with each meal. Note: Food is included, but if you have dietary restrictions, you’re welcome to bring any food you like.
In previous years, we’ve set up at the campsite nearest the parking lot. This year, the plan is to set up at the campsites toward the back and spread out. Hopefully, this will facilitate social distancing. Note, we will not be the only group at the campground this year.
Here is the sign up! If you cannot see the form on your mobile phone, please click here to register. Reminder: no refunds can be issued