YAStM Young Adults of St. Martha
Deadline for camping fast approaching
Hey! I hope everyone is well. I'm really looking forward to the camping trip! Our deadline to let the campground know how many sites we need is approaching so please let us know if you are planning to come. We would appreciate the money to hold your spot by tomorrow or Thursday via Venmo to me or in person to Kenneth Thirolf as I am in Puerto Rico. If you are having trouble with costs or are not 100% sure if you can go please contact me.
Thanks! God bless!
Join us for fun, s’mores, fishing, hiking laughs and friends at Blanco State Park for our second camping trip! More Details below
We will be staying in screened in shelters and tents. Carpooling and food will be coordinated. You may join for one or two nights. Contact Kenny at firstname.lastname@example.org or 281-713-0250 or Matt at email@example.com or 718-887-6837 to sign up or for more info.
Early Bird - pay by Oct. 16th - $30 in advance plus $10 entrance fee to be paid at park
Regular - pay by Oct. 25th - $35 in advance plus $10 entrance fee to be paid at park
We are going camping! and it is going to be super fun and awesome.
If you have never gone camping with us, there is always a good time to start, no camping experience needed :D. Don't think we are too roughty of a bunch :p.
We have rented three screened shelters which we will be staying in and tents are allowed outside the shelters.
The park is about 3.5~ hours away. Matt and I will be leaving on Friday and if there is interest, a group can leave early sat morning.
Please put if you are planning to attend or maybe want to attend so we can start narrowing down numbers and gear etc.
When Matt gets back, i'll post what fees will be and when to pay.
Things to Do:
This small park hugs a one-mile stretch of the river. On the water, you can swim, fish, paddle or boat. On land, you can picnic, hike, camp, watch for wildlife, and geocache. Reserve the CCC-built picnic pavilion or picnic area for your next group gathering.
Anglers fish for largemouth and Guadalupe bass, channel catfish, sunfish and rainbow trout. TPWD stocks the river with trout in the winter. You do not need a license to fish from shore within the park.
Borrow fishing rods and reels at headquarters to use in the park.
Swim anywhere along the river. Small children will enjoy the shallow wading pool next to Falls Dam. Rent tubes at the park store from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; return tubes by 4 p.m.
Bring your canoe, kayak or boat (electric motors only). Or rent a canoe at the park store to use in the park. Rental hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; return canoes by 4 p.m.
Sent by Matthew Cooke on Tuesday, October 24, 2017 at 9:52PM