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Campers' Group Bulletin - Fall 2013   

September 27-29, Camping Trip, North/South Lake State Park, Haines Falls NY
For our first fall camping trip of 2013, we're returning to this very popular NY State campground, in the Catskill Forest Preserve. In addition to the lakes for which the park is named, there are numerous hiking trails leading into the surrounding mountains. Some of the trails are rugged and require endurance, but you will be rewarded with spectacular views. One of these trails, the Escarpment Trail, goes to Kaaterskill Falls. Flush toilets and hot showers.
Sarah 212-675-5012 / Isabel 914-714-2403
Friday, October 11, Night Out, Rocky Sullivans, Red Hook in Brooklyn NY
A friend of Campers' Group, Michael, and his band The Famous Geniuses, will play mostly original Swing Blues, Rock and Rockabilly music. Good food, great music, no cover charge. Show times are at 8:30 and 10 pm. Two unique sets will be played. You will not be sorry.
Denise 646-457-2072
Sunday, October 20, Meeting and Early Dinner, The Park Restaurant, Manhattan NY
We'll meet on this day to plan our winter schedule and talk about the rest of 2014. After the meeting, we'll eat. The Park Restaurant is spacious, has yummy food, friendly staff, and a comfortable atrium where the meeting will take place. The meeting begins at 4:30 PM and dinner at 6. You are welcome to join us for the meeting, dinner, or both.
Mackenzie 917-554-6583
November 1-3, Cabin Trip, Mohican Outdoor Center, Blairstown NJ
We have reserved an entire lodge for the weekend in the Kittatinny Mountains! This spacious and comfortable Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) lodge has five two-person bedrooms and two three-person bedrooms, three bathrooms, a full kitchen, a dining area with ample seating, a living room with couches and chairs, and a back porch. It's a short walk to the AMC Visitor Center and store, Catfish Pond, and the Appalachian Trail. We plan to plan easy or intermediate hikes Saturday and Sunday, which may start within walking distance of the lodge. Candy plans to host a Halloween party Saturday night (costume optional).

The cost for one person is $70 whether you stay one night or two. You can send a $70 check, made out to Campers' Group, to: Campers' Group, 575 Grand Street, #E-1605, NYC 10002, or pay online via PayPal at http://www.meetup.com/campersgroup/events/143865282/. (AMC charges a slightly lower rates for children under 14. If you bring kids, we'll give you a small refund at the lodge.)

You must bring your own bed linens, towels, toiletries and food (the lodge has two fridges). AMC provides cooking utensils, pots, pans, plates, cups, mugs, etc.

Nathalia 973-202-5580 / Candy
December 6-8, Cabin Trip, Nockamixon State Park, Quakertown PA
Two six-person electric-heated, furnished cabins will be our home base for the weekend. Within the state park, you can fish or boat in the 1,450-acre lake, join us for horseback riding, ride a bike, hike, or just relax in the cabin with a book or board game. You'll need to bring pots and pans, kitchen utensils and bedding. Each cabin has one room with a double bed (one already reserved for the hosts), one room with single bunk beds, a common area, and one bathroom with a hot shower. To RSVP, please send a $60 check, made out to Campers' Group, to: Campers' Group, 575 Grand Street, #E-1605, NYC 10002. Or you can pay $62.50 via Paypal after clicking on http://www.meetup.com/campersgroup/events/141276542/.
Ken 201-388-3685 / Candy
Friday, December 13, Night Out, Rocky Sullivans, Red Hook in Brooklyn NY
A friend of Campers' Group, Michael, and his band The Famous Geniuses, will play mostly original Swing Blues, Rock and Rockabilly music. Good food, great music, no cover charge. Show times are at 8:30 and 10 pm. Two unique sets will be played. You will not be sorry.
Denise 646-457-2072



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  Treasurer     Debby S.       
  Outdoors Consultant     Ken Q.       
  
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