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    CamCC Family Camp 2022

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    Welcome to CamCC Family Camp!! We are excited to have you join us! Below you will find the address and directions to help you get to the campground. When you arrive someone will be greeting you to direct you to your campground site. We hope you enjoy your time, make new friends, and have an adventure!

     

    Information and Guidelines

    RESERVE YOUR SPOT!

    CHECK IN: FRIDAY, May 27th after 2PM (no early check-ins!)
    CHECK OUT: MONDAY, May 30th before 11AM.

    Location:
    Sage Hill Campground
    5050 Paradise Rd, Santa Barbara, CA 93105

    Directions: From Santa Barbara, take highway 154 and go Northbound for approximately 10 miles to Paradise Road and go right. Travel out paradise road for approximately four miles. Look for the group campground sign on the left side of the highway at the ranger station.

    There are limited number of RV spots but plenty of tent spots. Spots are designated to fit the life station of 3 Groups. They are:

    1. Young Family Group – Meant for families with younger children that can stay near the main hangout area so children can go to bed and parents can still hang out after.
    2. Family Group – Meant for families with older kids that can handle some space from the main hangout area and that may like to stay out later.
    3. Quiet Group – Meant for families with no kids to enjoy peace and quiet in the morning and night.

    Reservations are for a “spot” and not based on number of people. A spot is:

    • One tent and one vehicle
    • One tow vehicle and one trailer
    • One RV and one towed “run-around” vehicle

    Cost is $50 per reservation (nonrefundable).

    GENERAL INFO FOR TENT AND RV/TRAILER

    One month prior to the camping date, you will receive an email with last minute information, directions and your group site. Upon arrival, your camp host will help direct you where to park your car and location of your tent or trailer/RV.

    CAMPGROUND ETIQUETTE

    Please be respectful to all.

    • Alcohol: Alcohol consumption in moderation is welcome. With that in mind, please use discretion when drinking.
    • Trash: Please be mindful that we are renting this space and want to leave it as clean as when we arrived.  Please throw trash in the bins.
    • Pets: Your fur baby (dog) is welcome to join but must always be on a leash with owner present.

    RV INFO

    DRY CAMPING – There are no hook ups! If you bring a generator, quiet times are from 8PM to 8AM. There are restrooms with flushing toilets. There are NO showers. The nearest dump station is at Lake Cachuma (fee required).

    VEHICLE SPOTS – There are LIMITED PARKING SPOTS.

    • One Trailer/RV and tow vehicle per spot. You may be asked to put your tow vehicle in the parking lot as space is limited where trailers are parked.

    If there is a need for an extra vehicle, it will be $10/day and will need to be parked in the adjacent parking lot.

    TENT INFO

    TENT SPOT – One tent per spot (a small extra tent for kids OK). A tent marks the spot, i.e.…reservations are for a spot, not number of people.

    DRY CAMPING – There are restrooms with flushing toilets. There are NO showers on the campground.

    VEHICLE SPOTS –There are LIMITED PARKING SPOTS. One vehicle per spot. If there is a need for an extra vehicle it will be $10/day and will need to be parked in the adjacent parking lot.

    POTLUCK & CHURCH SATURDAY NIGHT!

    We have scheduled an all-church family potluck dinner Saturday night. Dinner will start at 6:00PM. Our camp staff will be cooking you up a hotdog or two with all the fixens.  Bring a side dish or dessert to share. Immediately after dinner (around 7:30) we will have our worship gathering. So, please plan on joining us for dinner and in worshipping under the stars.

    On Sunday, fix your dinner and bring it to the common area to eat with others.

    THINGS TO DO

    • FAMILY GAMES – There will be some fun family games, so come ready to compete. See schedule below or click here to download a PDF.
    • HIKE – There is a hiking path up the mountain, very pretty and an adventure.  There are some narrow paths so make sure to hold little kids’ hands.  This is a great way to see God’s creation.  There is likely to be some poison oak outside of the campground, some next to the trails. Be sure to check for ticks!
    • SOLVANG – Shopping, wine tasting and food (approximately 30 min away)
    • SANTA BARBARA – Spend the day getting lost in Santa Barbara or go to the beach (approximately 25 minutes away)
    • FISHING AT LAKE CACHUMA – Fee and license required (approximately 15 min away).

      Download the schedule PDF here.

    SUGGESTED ITEMS TO BRING

    • Plenty of drinkable water (there is potable water at the campground but taste is not guaranteed)
    • Sunscreen
    • Camping chair for worship time and relaxing
    • Pop-up canopy (if you have one)

    If camping is not your thing, there is a Best Western nearby and other hotels not far away. Stay there at night and join us during the day ($10 fee per day).

    CONTACT
    Contact Beth Cronk or Lisa Rudd for more questions at [email protected]

    Click here to download a printable PDF of the above info.


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