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Come join other Truck Camper enthusiasts for a 4 day, 3 night truck camper rally at Jug Handle Creek Farm and Nature Center located just North of Mendocino on the Northern California Redwood Coast. The agenda will be pretty simple, relax, make new friends, explore the area and eat a lot of food!
Note!!! The Farm has agreed to give us a two month window to try to get enough numbers to reserve their entire campground. That would be 20 campers and 40 people to start with. If we max out that capacity, there is some overflow capacity as well that we may be able to work with. If this event proves to be successful, we will repeat on a yearly basis.
Price includes group campsite fee for 1 truck camper and two people, please contact for additional people.
Your RSVP covers the following:
1. Campsite fee for three nights (no hookups)
2. 1 Pancake Breakfast
3. 1 Taco Dinner
4. 1 Popcorn / Smores Campfire Night
5. Commemorative Item marking the event (T-shirt likely but possibly something else)
Note!!! Early Bird Reservation for $150 ends 1 January, 2018. Registration after that date will be $200.
Activities we are looking at having:
1. Potluck Dessert (1 or 2 nights)
2. Bingo / Raffle event
3. Camper Walk-throughs
4. Mod-Shop (proudly display your best camper mod!)
5. Beach Bonfire night
6. Seminar Shop: Digital Multi-meter, (If you have something you would like to teach, let me know!)
1. This is a boon docking rally, full hookups are not available. Plan accordingly.
2. Pets are allowed but must be on a leash (this is a nature center with many wild animals about).
3. Trailer parking will be available though it will likely be near the road.
4. Showers are available at a nearby beach park.
Space is limited so RSVP soon!
A little bit about Jug Handle Creek Farm and Nature Center (borrowed from their website):
Jug Handle Creek Farm and Nature Center is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) nature education center and overnight lodging facility that serves as a gateway to Jug Handle State Reserve and the world’s largest intact Pygmy Forest Ecological Staircase. Our 39 acres include a native plant nursery, community gardens, forests, meadows, and nature trails.
From there website... General Area Information:
Mendocino Coast Chamber of Commerce: Things to do and see on the Mendocino Coast.
Fort Bragg: Things to do and see in Fort Bragg.
Point Cabrillo Light Station: Includes an historic 1909 Lighthouse and a variety of hiking trails. A popular whale-watching site.
MacKerricher State Park: Features a seal-watching station, sand dunes, a 9-mile coastal trail suitable for biking, and the unique Glass Beach.
Russian Gulch State Park: Features the Devil’s Punch Bowl (a large, collapsed sea cave with churning water) on the coast and a 36-foot high waterfall inland. Stunning hiking/biking trails.
Mendocino Headlands State Park: Features trails along the rugged cliffs surrounding the town of Mendocino and along Big River.
Van Damme State Park: Hiking/biking trails along a historic lumber mill property. Also features a pygmy forest.
All Aboard Adventures: Whale watching (December-April) and bay cruises.
Catch a Canoe & Bicycles Too!: Kayak, canoe, and hand-crafted redwood-strip outrigger rentals for exploring Big River. Bicycle rentals also available.
Kayak Mendocino: Sea cave nature tours by kayak.
Liquid Fusion Kayaking: Kayaking tours, classes, and rentals located on the Noyo River.
Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens: Offering a year-round display of beautiful plants and flowers.
Ricochet Ridge Ranch: Guided horseback rides on the beach or in the redwoods.
Sub Surface Progression Dive Shop: SCUBA diving, abalone diving, surfing, & kayaking gear rentals & information.
Yorkville Cellars – Organic Vineyard: Unique and beautiful organic winery on the Mendocino Coast.