Fall Campout – Oct. 7-8
PEDERNALES FALLS STATE PARK FALL CAMP OUT
Friday – Saturday (October 7-8)
***The Park is under a Burn Ban. No ash producing fires are allowed. Containerized fuels stoves (i.e. propane) can be used for cooking purposes only. Please contact the park for the most recent information.***
What is it?
Youth Campground of Pedernales Falls State Park is reserved for our Community
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What to Bring:
Pot Luck Dish to Share for Saturday night, utensils and plates for your Family’s use, Camping Gear, First Aid Kit, Swim Gear, Water Shoes, Musical Instruments, Bikes, Lawn Chairs, Drinking Water, Food for your Family, Fire Wood (illegal to gather), Warm Sleeping Gear (gets cold sometimes), Flashlights (no full moon – very dark once sun goes down), Headlamps, And anything else you might want or need.
Plan to come and participate in any way your family can manage. Spend one or two nights, come for the day on Saturday, come for the pot luck and singing around the campfire Saturday night. You will be so glad you made the effort as soon as you step out of your car – it is an enchanting place!
*We do such a great job reducing our footprint on the planet while at school, now it is time for us to try to reduce our footprint while we are camping. There is a program called “Leave No Trace” which teaches people how to camp and enjoy the outdoors while making as little impact as possible. In general, the rule is that if you bring it, you leave with it. There are a few simple steps we can all do to help “Leave No Trace” this camp out. First, after we finish our potluck dinner, everyone could pick up all of their dishes, food, plates and trash and put it away before the singing begins. The second part of the plan is that everyone make a sweep of their camping area in addition to the table area and the river area before they leave Pedernales Falls to go home. In an effort to protect our environment and still keep our kids safe, we are suggesting you bring some sort of reusable lighting device – flashlight, headlamp – instead of plastic glow sticks & necklaces. Come on out and join us for this wonderful Parkside tradition!