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2017 ENC Woodlands Summer Adventure

July 14, 2017 - July 16, 2017
12:00 AM
William B Umstead State Park
Camping / Summer Experience

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 What:  2 Night Woodlands Trails Summer Adventure Campout

Who: Registered Woodlands Trails and their Fathers

When:  July 14-16

Where:  William B Umstead State Park, Camp Lapahio, 8801 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh, NC 27617

How Much:  $15/person  Early Bird Registration through 11:59pm May 26th

$20/person Regular Registration final deadline June 10th.

(includes lodging, T-shirt and Patch/token)

MUST REGISTER AS A TROOP.

Troopmasters/Rangers please email TrailLifeENC@gmail.com with total # of boys and adults.

An invoice will be sent for single group payment.

Email to Register Now!


How to Register for Camp


Troopmasters or Rangers should register the entire troop at once.  Please email a total count of woodlands boys, and adults to TrailLifeENC@gmail.com.  An invoice will be emailed back for a single payment (once for early registration and once for later additions).  Payment must be made in full prior to the deadlines.  Every Woodlands Trail youth must be currently registered with Trail Life USA and must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian (preferably his Father).  Youth registration is limited to Woodlands Trail only (rising K-5th grades). Troops should complete and turn in the appropriate activity forms including the fox camping form (see forms page) to their charter organization and potentially the home office.

 
Registration/Insurance

Insurance is provided by Trail Life USA. Troops should complete and turn in the appropriate activity forms to their charter organization and potentially the home office.

 
Cancellation/Refunds

Refunds will be considered on a case by case basis and resolved in a Christian manner.


Waivers


  • Every registrant must sign two waivers upon registration.  The first is a standard participation waiver, and the second is a photo release.  These will need to be signed during check-in but are also copied here.


Participation Waiver



Photo Release



 
Medical Forms


  • Every youth and adult must have a completed current Trail Life USA “Weekend Health and Medical Form” within the past 12 months , regardless of program.

  • No other medical forms are accepted. All medical forms are held by the troop leader throughout the event.

  • Make sure that the form is filled out completely, including attaching copies of insurance cards and dates of immunizations

  • Medications can be kept by the unit leader so long as proper locked storage is Medications can be left with the health officer and administered by the camp health lodge staff if desired. Please refer to the Trail Life USA Health and Safety Guide.


 

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Fox Overnight Activities Form

Troop Trip Area Activity Form



LOCATION:                                        William B Umstead State Park, Camp Lapihio, 8801 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh, NC 27617

 

PARTICIPATION:                            Junction is open to all registered Woodlands Trailman and their fathers.

 

REGISTRATION:                              Early Registration $15 per Trailman & Adult. Early Registration ends 5/26/17.                                                                      Regular Registration beginning 6/10/17 is $20/person.

 

CHECK-IN:                                         Starts at 3:00 P.M. Friday July 14nd 2017.  The gate closes at 9pm sharp.  Everyone                                                                       must be in camp before the gate closes.

 

LODGING:                                         NO TENTS ARE ALLOWED.  Everyone will be staying in cabins.  The cabins are either 1 or                                                                       2 room cabins with no electricity and 2-4 twin beds with mattresses.

 

FOOD:                                                 Troops will bring and prepare their own meals.  Troops may be sharing a fire ring, and                                                                       should come prepared with stoves and gear to cook with.

 

UNIFORM:                                         We encourage Troops to wear Troop themed T-Shirts or official Trail Life USA apparel.

 

SKIT/SONG:                                       Each Troop is asked to have a skit or song for the Saturday night campfire.

 

LEADERSHIP MEETING:             8:00 PM Friday night at Area Headquarters.  At least 1 Adult Leader is required to attend.

 

PARKING:                                           Parking of all motorized vehicles will only be allowed in designated lots.  One vehicle will                                                                   be allowed to drop off a troop trailer in the campsite but then must return to the parking                                                                   lot with all other vehicles.

 

RESTROOMS:                                    Bathrooms and showers are available and will remain open throughout the event.

 

DRINKING WATER:                       Water is available at the bathhouses and dining hall.

 

WASTE:                                               Waste water and trash must be disposed of in designated areas only.  Please practice                                                                   Tread Lightly principals.

 

TROOP CAMP FIRES:                     Troop campfires must be in designated fire rings.  Bring your own fire wood.

 

T-SHIRTS:                                            Every registered person will get a 2016 Woodlands Summer Adventure T-shirt provided                                                                       that they register in time for production.  T-shirts are only guaranteed for those                                                                       registering by May 31st.  After a troop registers, the leader will be contacted to get the                                                                        size orders for the troop.

 

TRADING POST:                               Trail Life USA Eastern NC will operate a Trading Post offering a variety of drinks, snacks,                                                                   and merchandise.   All proceeds will serve the needs of the Trail Life USA program in                                                                   Eastern N.C.

 

PATCHES:                                           Each registered Trailman and Leader will receive a 2016 Woodlands Trail Summer                                                                       Adventure patch on Sunday morning after the successful completion of the unit’s campsite                                                               inspection.  Extra patches from this event will be available at checkout while supplies                                                               last for $1/patch.  After the event, those patches are $15.

 

SAFETY & FIRST AID:                    Minor first aid is the Units responsibility. Major first aid problems will be handled by calling                                                                   9-1-1 and alerting Summer Adventure first aid staff.  First Aid Station will be provided.

 

MEDICATIONS:                                The unit leaders are responsible for any medication needs of their campers per the Trail Life                                                                   USA Health and Safety Guide.  Refrigeration is not available.  Please advise us in                                                                   advance of any special needs.

 

NO NO’s:                                             No…firearms, trenching of tents, public tobacco use, alcohol, abusive language, etc…

 

WEATHER:                                        Event is rain or shine.  Shelter will be provided in event of severe weather.

 

2017 NC Trail Life Summer Camp

July 16, 2017 - July 22, 2017
All Day
William B. Umstead State Park, Raleigh, NC
Camping / Summer Experience


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2017 NC Trail Life

Summer Camp

 

July 16-22

 

William B. Umstead State Park

Raleigh, NC

 

Navigators and Adventurers

Early Bird rates from $225

Individual Registration Opens Thanksgiving

Overview Presentation Leaders Guide

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Welcome to 2016 NC Trail Life Summer Camp


 

Dear Parent/Leader,

 

Thank you for taking time out of your busy summer schedule to provide the trailmen in your unit with the experience of a lifetime.  Trail Life USA’s program is designed to use the enormous opportunities for leadership and character development that arise from outdoor experiences to raise Godly husbands, fathers, and citizens. From our swimming and first aid program to our off-site excursions and High Adventure Iron Trailman Trek, the programs at this camp are designed to help your trailmen grow both as young men and disciples of Christ.

The Trail Life USA model for summer experiences is not one that concentrates on badges and advancements.  Instead, troops are encouraged to use the unique opportunity a weeklong summer event provides for trailmen to experience adventure that they otherwise couldn’t.  But in order to take your trailmen backpacking the Appalachian Trail, or whitewater rafting, your trailmen need to know how to swim, pitch a tent, and start a fire.  With that in mind, our base camp program is designed as a beginner summer camp experience.  In this program, all trailmen will learn skills in swimming, first aid, rope work, woods tools, camping, cooking, environmental science, and science and technology.  Our goal is that every trailman who attends camp, leaves knowing how to swim proficiently.

In addition to the base camp program, we are also excited to offer off-site half-day excursions including paddling, shooting, and indoor rock climbing.  Our High Adventure Treks are designed to challenge those advanced trailmen in your troop who are already experienced and skilled in the areas of the base camp program.  This includes things like zip lines, high ropes, paddling, biking, and backpacking that will be an exciting adventure for even the most outgoing trailmen.

Keeping with the core values of Trail Life USA we also incorporate worship and devotions throughout the week.  Troops and patrols will have daily devotion times, and we will start the week with a Sunday worship service.  Our Camp Chaplain will also lead daily bible study activities and be available to help every trailmen in their individual walk with Christ.

If that’s not enough, summer camp provides a unique opportunity for comradery and fellowship with other troops and leaders.  Many camp games and competitions are planned throughout the week.  Don’t forget adult leader training from Lifeguard or First Aid & CPR certification or the latest Troop Track assistance.  With all this to do, your entire troop is destined to have a great summer experience.

 

 

Walk Worthy,

 

Daryl Norris

Camp Director

Point Man Eastern North Carolina

 

 

 

 

Participation in the programs of Trail Life USA is the same for everyone without regard to race, color, age, religion, disability, or national origin. NC Trail Life 2017 Summer Camp is hosted by Trail Life of Eastern North Carolina, a non-profit corporation whose purpose is to support activities of Trail Life USA. The camp facilities at William B. Umstead State Park are owned and operated by the North Carolina State Parks system. All program staff and camp directors are volunteers and registered members of Trail Life USA. All program staff have passed a criminal background check, youth protection training, and subscribe to the Faith and Values of Trail Life USA. Catering is provided by private contractor licensed and insured in North Carolina. Waterfront and First Aid staff are trained and certified in their respective positions. The Summer Camp and Trail Life of Eastern North Carolina operates in compliance with all relevant laws, codes, ordinances, statutes, and regulations as well as the rules of William B. Umstead State Park and the Health and Safety Guidelines of Trail Life USA. The Camp Director has a right to exclude or remove participants whose behavior is inappropriate for the defined mission and values of the Trail Life USA.


How to Register for Camp


Registration has ended as of June 1st.
Registration/Insurance

Every trailman, leader, and staff that attends summer camp must be registered with Trail Life USA.  Youth registration is limited to Navigators and Adventures (rising 6th graders – age 18). Parents and siblings who are not registered with Trail Life USA are not allowed to attend summer camp. Insurance is provided by Trail Life USA. Troops should complete and turn in the appropriate activity forms to their charter organization and potentially the home office.

 

 
Refunds

All fees are refundable until May 31, 2017, less the $25.00 deposit. After May 31st, fees are transferable to another person, but not refundable. Emergencies will be considered on a case by case basis.


Waivers


  • Every registrant must sign two waivers upon registration.  The first is a standard participation waiver, and the second is a photo release.  These are signed electronically during registration but are also copied here.


Participation Waiver



Photo Release



 

 
Medical Forms


  • Every youth and adult must have a completed current Trail Life USA “Weekend Health and Medical Form” AND a “High Adventure Medical Exam Form” signed by a physician within the past 12 months , regardless of program.

  • No other medical forms are accepted. All medical forms are turned in upon arrival at camp and maintained at the health lodge during your stay.

  • Make sure that the form is filled out completely, including attaching copies of insurance cards and dates of immunizations

  • On arrival in camp, everyone is given a private medical screening by a physician, health officer, or other adult approved by the camp physician

  • Medications can be kept by the unit leader so long as proper locked storage is Medications can be left with the health officer and administered by the camp health lodge staff if desired. Please use the pre-camp health questionnaire to verify the health of your trailmen before arrival


 

Adult_Weekend_Health_and_Medical_Form

Youth_Weekend_Health_and_Medical_Form

High_Adventure_Medical_Exam_Form

Immunization_Exemption_Request

 

2017 Trail Life ENC Annual Business Meeting

July 29, 2017
12:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Meetings

2017 Business Meeting Flyer

Trail Life ENC Troop Leaders,

Trail Life USA is growing and spreading across the country and working to produce godly and responsible husbands, fathers, and citizens. Our Area of Eastern North Carolina is leading the way in many efforts. I wanted to invite you and your troop leadership to our Trail Life of Eastern North Carolina Annual Business Meeting on July 29th, 2017, 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm at Cliffs of the Neuse State Park, 240 Park Entrance Rd, Seven Springs, NC  28578.
This meeting is an opportunity to get updated on the status of Trail Life USA, ENC Area Operations, and fellowship with other area troop leaders. We will review and approve the area yearly goals and objectives, budget, bylaws, officers, and activities.
I would like to personally invite you and any of your troop or church leaders or parents to join us and help plan the next exciting year serving the Lord.
Please RSVP via email or phone (919-868-8656) with the number of attendees or by clicking the button below. Lunch will be provided and registration is FREE.



 

Youth are not prohibited from attending, however it is a business meeting and there are not any scheduled activities for youth.  Please make sure that youth will have adequate adult supervision at all times, including during the meeting.

There are lots of things to do in the park; hiking, fishing, swimming, boating, camping, etc.  Go to https://www.ncparks.gov/cliffs-of-the-neuse-state-park for more information about the park.

If you are interested in camping for the night or the weekend, let me know asap and with enough interest we may book a group campsite since I think the family campsites are full that weekend.

Feel free to contact me anytime for further information.
I look forward to meeting with you and serving in God’s will through this program.

 

 

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