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19 June 2020
Title Time Duration Description
Canceled - Camp - WA - Ross Lake No duration North end of Ross Lake Camp Out
June 19-21

Come out and enjoy the beauty of Ross lake at the Hozomeen Campground. You will need to Google it for directions. It is accessed from the Canadian side but is actually located in the States. This is a FREE campsite with central water but no power. Come and celebrate the Solstice.

This is one of the best campouts of the year... don't miss it!

As is the norm, there will be a Saturday night Pot Luck dinner at 6:00.

Bring your better half, your kids, your animals and let's have a great time together in the wilds. Bring a boat, bring a bike, bring a walking stick... there is lots to do at this camp site. We will be camped at the Winnebago flats campsite loop.

There is also a BC Park a couple hundred meters North from this camp site (Skagit Valley Provincial Park) should we have to change the location. The site usually opens late May so we should be good to go.

This campout is rated as one of the best if not the best ever so plan ahead. First come first served as there are no reservations or fees at this site.

Dogs are welcome, but the dogs MUST be leashed at all times, even the small cute ones.... No exceptions.

Even though there is no customs to cross the boarder at the park it is suggested that you have your passport with you on the off chance Homeland Security pays a visit... never happened to anyone we know but the ranger said it could happen one day.

John Seehorn has posted this and several other events for the year in December of 2019. He plans to attend all of the events but does not guarantee it. Check Facebook page WetWesties - The Pacific Northwest VW Camping Society for details, questions, updates and to put yourself on the "Who's going" list if you like. This event will also be posted on WetWesties.org in the calendar section.

Last year we over flowed "Winnebago Flats" area and took over all of the boater parking. This wasn't a problem because the lake was low and there were no boaters. I had a very productive talk with the Ranger after everyone left and he let me know that this may be an issue in the future because he is required to keep them open for the boaters. The good news is that there are many more free campsites farther down the road that are normally open. Feel free to pass on links of this event to your favorite site. We hope to see you there!


PoC: jseehorn@hotmail.com