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Campers' Group Bulletin - Summer 2002

Campers' Group Bulletin - Summer 2002

It's summer again! Have you camped yet this year? We'll make it easy for you to go camping with friends--just call one of the leaders for the trips listed below. You can pitch your tent by the Hudson River (Croton Point), by the Atlantic Ocean (Fire Island), in the New Jersey Pine Barrens (Wharton), or in the Appalachian Mountains (High Point and North Lake).

To reserve a space on a weekend trip or a day event, call the leaders during the listed time period. If you need information earlier than the dates listed below, call David at 718-897-1448. You can mail us your dues or pay it at the weekend. One year's membership costs $12 for an individual or $18 for a family ($8/individual or $12/family if you receive the newsletter by e-mail). Make your check payable to Campers' Group and mail it to David Levner, 63-36 98th Place #5J, Rego Park, NY 11374. To reserve a space on our cabin trips, you should also mail your check to this address.

Activities

June 14-16, Wharton State Forest, Hammonton NJ
Camp in New Jersey's largest state park (over 100,000 acres) in the Pine Barrens. Hike on the Batona Trail, fish in Lake Atsion, canoe on the Mullica River, or see the restored village at Batsto. Flush toilets and hot showers. NO CALLS BEFORE JUNE 7.
Mary Jacobus 718-972-3817  Chet Trotman 718-421-7370

Sunday June 23, Day Trip, Cyclones Baseball Game, Brooklyn NY
Turn off the tube and take the train to Coney Island to see a real, live, minor league baseball game. Tickets are $6. Accessible by public transportation. NO CALLS BEFORE JUNE 14.

Carlos Ramirez 212-995-1728

July 4-7, High Point State Park, Sussex NJ
We'll celebrate the 4th of July at one of the coolest campsites in New Jersey--being at the highest point in the state keeps the temperatures down. Swim, boat, fish, hike the Appalachian Trail, ride your mountain bike and say hello to the friendly black bears. Pit toilets on the site, hot showers and flush toilets at the lake. Limited to 30 people. NO CALLS BEFORE JUNE 27.

Denise Drossos 718-435-3169  Don Blair 718-720-1426

July 19-21, Promised Land State Park, Canadensis PA
Camp on a peninsula jutting out into Promised Land Lake. Swim at Pickerel Point, a short walk from the site, or rent a canoe and tool around Promised Land Lake. The ambitious can bicycle around the lake or explore the Bruce Lake Natural Area. The rest of us will follow the self-guided nature trail around Conservation Island. Outhouses by the site, flush toilets and 50-cent hot showers in another part of the park. NO CALLS BEFORE JULY 12.

Alan Sills 973-812-9365  David Glass 914-833-2557

August 2-4, Croton Point Park, Croton-on-Hudson NY
Visit this Westchester park on the Hudson River. Hiking, swimming, biking, blading. Near Anthony's Nose with great views of Bear Mountain and the Hudson River. Accessible by public transportation. Flush toilets and hot showers. NO CALLS BEFORE JULY 26.

Price Etienne 732-371-1829  Kirsten Andersen 914-923-9428

August 16-18, Hidden Lake Group Campsite, Bushkill PA
Deep within the Delaware National Recreation Area, we've reserved the only campsite at Hidden Lake. Hike and swim at the site, see the vistas at Bushkill falls, or recreate at the Delaware River four miles away. Outhouses. NO CALLS BEFORE AUGUST 9.

Rachel Friend 718-633-4181  David Levner 718-897-1448

August 30-September 2, Stokes State Forest, Branchville NJ
We're returning to shady Group Site H. This park has many hiking trails including six miles of the Appalachian Trail. You can also swim, boat and fish. There are great views from the top of Sunrise Mountain and in the Tillman Ravine Natural Area. Flush toilets and (new!) hot showers. Limited to 25 people. NO CALLS BEFORE AUGUST 23.

Alvin Chin 718-672-8913  Chet Trotman 718-421-7370

September 6-9, Fire Island National Seashore, Watch Hill NY
Take in the sounds, smells and sights of this beautiful, foliage-filled 30-mile-long sand bar. If you ever wanted to walk in the sand, or get your feet wet under the stars Watch Hill is the place. If your brave enough, you can even sleep on the beach. No cars are allowed on the island. Experienced campers only--beware of ticks. Flush toilets and showers. Accessible by public transportation. NO CALLS BEFORE AUGUST 30.

Murray Bernstein 718-638-6496  Connie Roche 212-928-0118

September 20-22, North/South Lake State Park, Haines Falls NY

Take in some early fall foliage at one of the most popular campgrounds in NY State. 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. NO CALLS BEFORE SEPTEMBER 13.

Renee Bash 212-362-1202  Mike Yukowic 845-255-3990


CONTACTS:
  Benevolent Dictator  David Levner    718-897-1448  levner@panix.com :-)
  Non-Dictator         Denise Drossos  718-435-3169

  World-Wide Web home page: http://www.campersgroup.org