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The proposed group trip this summer is camping on Catalina Island or some other more local beach.  Below is a list of possible dates for the trip, followed by some camping options that are available for each set of dates.  If you are interested in attending, please add your name below at least one of the date options.  In parethenses after your name please put the number corresponding to your preference in this choice (1, 2, or 3) and the letter(s) corresponding to the camping option(s) you prefer (list of camping options can be found below).
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The proposed group trip this summer is camping on Catalina Island or some other more local beach.  Below is a list of possible dates for the trip, followed by some camping options that are available for each set of dates.  If you are interested in attending, please add your name to the list below, listing after your name at least one of the trip options, in order of preference.
  
<H3> Possible Dates </H3>
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<H3> Possible Trips </H3>
 
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<li> August 22-24 (Wednesday - Friday)
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<li> August 22-24 (Wednesday - Friday) - Camping on Catalina at the Little Harbor Campsite
 
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<li> August 24-26 (Friday - Saturday)
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<li> August 24-26 (Friday - Saturday) - Camping on a "local" beach
 
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<li> August 25-27 (Saturday - Monday)
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<li> August 25-27 (Saturday - Monday) - Camping on a "local" beach
 
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<H3> Camping Options </H3>
 
<H3> Camping Options </H3>
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<P>The following activities are available at the Little Harbor and "local" beach campsites: snorkeling, hiking, kayaking, surfing, scuba diving, and swimming. </P?>
<li> a - any available camping option
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The following description has been copied from the [http://www.visitcatalinaisland.com Santa Catalina Island Company's website].
<li> b - boat-in camping on Catalina
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<li> l - Little Harbor campsite on Catalina (available only on 1)
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<li> m - Blackjack campsite on Catalina
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<li> o - camping on a beach that's not on Catalina
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The following descriptions have been copied from the [http://www.visitcatalinaisland.com Santa Catalina Island Company's website].
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<P>Santa Catalina Island’s '''Boat-In Campsites''' allow you to enjoy true seclusion along the amazing Pacific coast. There are 17 sites at nine locations around the northeast shore of Avalon. These campsites can only be reached by boat or kayak, and you must pack in your own equipment and supplies. A ranger checks each campground every day. Each Boat-In Campsite is unique in location and regulations. The sites are all primitive, with no running water, shade structures, moorings or sanitation stations. Campers are required to bring their own portable restroom and pack out any trash or waste. Because fires are not allowed, cooking must be done in a self-contained BBQ or camp stove.
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<P>Rated "One of the Best Campgrounds in the West" by Sunset Magazine, '''Little Harbor Campground''' is perfect for campers who enjoy playing on the beach or in the water. Located about seven miles east of Two Harbors and 16 miles from Avalon, Little Harbor is a sandy, beachfront campground with lots of opportunities for recreation.  Facilities and activities include BBQ and fire ring, showers, fresh water, chemical toilets, lockers, and kayak and snorkel gear rentals are available from Wet Spot Rentals daily.</P>
 
<P>Rated "One of the Best Campgrounds in the West" by Sunset Magazine, '''Little Harbor Campground''' is perfect for campers who enjoy playing on the beach or in the water. Located about seven miles east of Two Harbors and 16 miles from Avalon, Little Harbor is a sandy, beachfront campground with lots of opportunities for recreation.  Facilities and activities include BBQ and fire ring, showers, fresh water, chemical toilets, lockers, and kayak and snorkel gear rentals are available from Wet Spot Rentals daily.</P>
<P>The '''Blackjack Campground''' is nestled among pine and eucalyptus trees near 2,097-foot Mt. Orizaba, Santa Catalina Island’s highest peak. At 1,600 feet above sea level, the facility provides eleven campsites with sweeping views of rolling terrain to the ocean. Situated several miles from both Avalon and Two Harbors, Blackjack Campground offers tranquility in the island’s interior.  Facilities and activities include picnic tables, BBQ and fire ring, showers, fresh water, chemical toilets, and lockers.</P>
 

Revision as of 16:59, 29 June 2007

The proposed group trip this summer is camping on Catalina Island or some other more local beach. Below is a list of possible dates for the trip, followed by some camping options that are available for each set of dates. If you are interested in attending, please add your name to the list below, listing after your name at least one of the trip options, in order of preference.

Possible Trips

  1. August 22-24 (Wednesday - Friday) - Camping on Catalina at the Little Harbor Campsite
  2. August 24-26 (Friday - Saturday) - Camping on a "local" beach
  3. August 25-27 (Saturday - Monday) - Camping on a "local" beach

Camping Options

The following activities are available at the Little Harbor and "local" beach campsites: snorkeling, hiking, kayaking, surfing, scuba diving, and swimming. </P?> The following description has been copied from the Santa Catalina Island Company's website. <P>Rated "One of the Best Campgrounds in the West" by Sunset Magazine, Little Harbor Campground is perfect for campers who enjoy playing on the beach or in the water. Located about seven miles east of Two Harbors and 16 miles from Avalon, Little Harbor is a sandy, beachfront campground with lots of opportunities for recreation. Facilities and activities include BBQ and fire ring, showers, fresh water, chemical toilets, lockers, and kayak and snorkel gear rentals are available from Wet Spot Rentals daily.