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Winter Campout – Camp Y-Noah
January 17, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - January 19, 2020 @ 11:00 am EST
Please find the information for the Winter Campout below – Registration is now OPEN! Please register at the bottom of this event page.
- Camp Y-Noah, 815 Mt Pleasant Road, Clinton, OH (Canton area)
- January 17-19, 2020 – Arrival Time: 5:00-8:00 PM
- Cost: TBD
This year’s Winter Campout will be held on January 17-20 at Camp Y-Noah in Clinton, OH, which is about a 45-minute drive just short of Canton. The Friday night activities will include our annual Chili Cookoff, with pizza provided for kids or those who choose not to partake in sampling our fine chili entries. For those of you who bring chili entries, please bring them in a Crock-Pot (I prefer using a disposable liner as well) and try to get there early enough to be sure to warm it through. Tribe chiefs – see if you are able to coordinate at least 1 entry per tribe to try to earn some bragging rights! We will try to start the chili and pizza festivities around 7 PM.
On Saturday, horseback riding, pony rides, archery, bb guns, floor hockey and crafts are some of the activities that are being scheduled. If weather permits, Camp Y-Noah has two main hill areas that are perfect for sledding all day and NIGHT! Please be sure to bring your sleds, and NO METAL RUNNERS ARE ALLOWED ON SLEDS!
Horse ride information: This year, they are most likely performing hour-long horse riding lessons in lieu of trail rides. These would take place in the indoor barn. Horse rides will be $20 per rider and open to those who are 8 years of age or older. For those of you who may have children under age 8, pony rides will be available for $5. Sign-ups will take place during the campout registration Friday evening. If there is further information on horse rides prior to the campout, I will advise in one of the pre-campout reminder emails.
Upon arrival at Camp Y-Noah, all campers must check in at the main lodge Friday evening. After check-in, you can drive to your assigned cabin.
REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT INFO COMING SOON
New Campers (And Forgetful Experienced Campers) General Items to Bring:
Bring adequate (and extra) clothing appropriate for the time of the year, boots, jacket, sweatshirts, hat, gloves, CVNSND vest & headdress. Remember to bring flashlights, torch & cotton rag (for the Saturday night torch march), lawn chairs, first aid kits, sleeping bag & pillow, sports equipment, camera, and games. Bring your toiletries such as toothbrush, toothpaste, comb, washcloth, towels, soap, razor (or not), etc. If your Tribe is cooking dinner at your cabin Saturday night, please bring your own food & cooking equipment. Other optional items include coffee pot, matches, grill, charcoal lighter, skewers, cooler, pop, canteen, snacks, cups, plates, towels, folding table, and s’more ingredients.
What is provided by Camp Y-Noah:
Everyone is sleeping on bunk beds in heated cabins which do NOT have indoor plumbing. Restroom facilities are a short 100-foot walk (in most instances) outdoors. Meals for the weekend are included and are provided in the Dining Hall. Camp Y-Noah provides the following meals – Saturday breakfast, Saturday lunch, Saturday dinner and Sunday breakfast. Coffee, milk, and juice are provided at all meals.
For those with dietary restrictions and food allergies please contact Toma at email@example.com. If you have children with food allergies, you are welcome to bring food from home for your use at mealtimes. This food can be stored in the kitchen refrigerator/freezer of the Dining Hall. Label all containers with your child’s name.
Directions to Camp Y-Noah:
Follow I-77 south to the Arlington Road exit (yes, it is near Civilization!) and turn right to head west. Follow Arlington road for 5.3 miles and take a right on Mt Pleasant Rd. Camp Y-Noah will be on your right 1/2 mile down the road and the entrance comes up fast. Drive time is approximately 45 minutes.
Camp Y-Noah Infomation
CampY-Noah website: http://www.akronymca.org/