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Hot diggity dang man - Check this out!


You might want to mark this on your calender.
The EOC Camping Fools are at it again for another sensational end of summer camping binge.
If you've never attended one of our classic camping meets here's your opportunity.
This one's sure to be extra extrodinary!

300 ft Redwood trees, a first rate campground, ocean and river access, hiking, biking, kayaking, swimming, fishing, touring, great people, -
kewl Elements, lotsa dogs, and so many other great things to do and see that your arm would fall off trying to shake a stick at it all.
A guaranteed good time - you won't want to miss this!

Offical EOC Thread for this meet: http://www.elementownersclub.com/forums/showthread.php?t=60050


2010 EOC WEST COAST NATIONAL MEET
Redwood National Park ~ Klamath, California
September 17th – 24th


What to see, What to do:
First rate camping among the tallest living things in the world.
In the heart of Redwood National & State Parks.
More cool things here to do than you could possibly imagine or ever have time for.

Location:
Kamp Klamath RV Park & Campground ~ Klamath, California
“Adventures and beauty along America’s Wild Rivers Coast Redwoods”
33 acre private campground AAA approved, surrounded by Redwood National and State Parks.
Kamp Klamath sits along the Klamath River with ¼ mile of shoreline.
It’s near enough to the ocean to hear the surf and barking Sea Lions.

Campground Amenities:
Everything and more!
Showers, camp store, Volley Ball, Croquet, Horseshoes, Bocce Ball, Disc Golf
Saturday night “all you can eat” Salmon & Chicken BBQ Dinner (Salmon is caught fresh from the river and cooked the same day - not the chicken)
Fees: $30 per night – stay as long or short as you like.
26 campsites have been set aside for us.
Book a site before they're gone and avoid a probable first of the year fee increase too.
www.kampklamath.com

Environmental:
Forest, River & Ocean

Recreational:
Camping, Hiking, Biking, Kayaking, Canoing, Swimming, Tubing, Touring, River and Ocean Fishing

Towns and Villages of Distinction:
For the non campers who would like to attend the meet, nearby towns of Klamath, CrescentCity, Orick, Trinidad, Arcata, and Eureka offer unique first rate hotel, motel and B&B accommodations.
Each has its own distinct charm, characteristics and wonderful views.
Go tell the boss that you’re to well to go work and will be taking this week off.



Contact Miss Ellie & Co. for additional info and answers to any questions you may have.
Hope to see you in the Redwoods next summer
 
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