What to Bring

  1.  Housing- tent or camper and bedding
  2.  Solar Showers- no shower facilities exist at this campground,  how ever we do provide port-a-potties
  3.  Drinking Water- nearest potable water is 3 miles away
  4.  Food- personal meals for the week and something to share with  the group for potluck on Sabbath
  5.  Camp Chairs- everyone provides their own seating during tent  meetings
  6. Appropriate Attire- warm jackets/clothes for the cool evenings and sun screen for the warm, high mountain days. It is not unusual to get rained on as well!
  7.  Outdoor Recreation Items- horses, ATVs, hiking boots, fishing  gear, canoes, etc.

If you are bringing horses, there are several things to keep in mind:

  1. You must provide a way to confine your animals (corral panels, electric fence, etc.)
  2. Feed must be certified weed-free
  3. There is a creek and reservoir for water


Be prepared for high altitude (+9,000 feet). If you are from low elevation, bring medications, such as aspirin, to relieve symptoms of altitude sickness. You may also find some helpful information about Altitude Sickness here.