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Chain O'Lakes State Park, Albion IN, June 12-14, 2018

  • 12 Jun 2018
  • 14 Jun 2018
  • Chain O'Lakes State Park, 2355 E 75 S, Albion, IN 46701

Registration

  • Deposit/Final/Full Trip Fee Payment is due at sign up. Any remaining balance of the Deposit/Final/Full Trip Fee Payment is due January 20, 2018. After this date, the event goes public and any partial deposit entries have the potential to be moved to the wait list.
  • Wait List Payment is due at sign up. This registration does not guarantee a place on the trip. You will be notified when space becomes available.

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Chain O'Lakes State Park

Albion, Indiana

Tuesday, June 12 - Thursday, June 14, 2018 

Trip Leaders: Jill Whelan and Doug Sherow

Type of Trip:   Camping, Hiking, and Paddling

Cost: $60

Cancellation Date and full payment: May 15, 2018

Adults Only

Maximum number: 8

Minimum number: 6

Wilderness Level: 2 - Forest setting with EMS help likely being about an hour away             

Difficulty: Moderate 


    Join us at this unique Indiana State Park for a mid-week car camping, paddling, and hiking trip!

    We will CAMP in up to 4 adjoining Class B Non-electric sites (2 tents per site, water and modern restrooms/showers available), and share group meals and activities. If you need a tent, the Club has a few for loan.
    ACTIVITIES include day paddling through the chain of nine small connecting kettle lakes via kayak or canoe (rentals available or you can bring your own boat); hiking some of the trails, which range from easy to rugged; swimming at the lake beach;  fishing (rowboats also available for rental), and perhaps a field trip to the nearby Gene Stratton-Porter State Historic Site. Each participant will be responsible for his or her own boat rental fees, and PFDs must be worn at all times when on the water. Personal boats must have a 2018 DNR non-motorized lake permit sticker on them.
    In the evenings we might go on a night hike, do some star gazing, have a campfire, sing campfire songs (bring an instrument if you play one!), tell stories, and just relax among good company!
    FOOD:  Participants will provide their own lunch and trail snack items, and whatever cold drinks they prefer.  Two dinners and breakfasts and campfire snacks will be provided, as well as stoves, fuel, charcoal, firewood, ice, cooking pots, etc.
    DETAILS about arrival time, carpooling options (probably from the Walmart in Noblesville on SR 37), and what to bring along will be sent by email prior to the trip. Participants will need to send a completed medical form to the trip leader in advance of the trip. These will be brought along for reference in case of an emergency and returned to you after the trip.

     


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