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1st Annual
Frayer Family Camping Trip
2022

July 14- July 17

Cook Forest State Park

Evergreen Cabins & Mercantile

75

S'Mores

15

of our closest friends and family

3

Nights of family fun by the fire

2

Days to explore cook forest state park & The Allegheny national forest

1

Epic Family Adventure

What to Know & Bring

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LODGING

We are providing 2 cabins next to each other, with a total of 5 bedrooms and 8 double beds. We will have access to 2 full kitchens with basic cookware and 2 full bathrooms. Each cabin has a smart TV, wifi, landline phone, firepit, grill, and more.

 

There are enough beds for all adults. Children over the age of 3 will be sleeping on futons. 

Quarters are tight. Please be considerate of space, particularly the bathrooms. 

Room Assignments

Cabin #4 Little Bear has 2 bedrooms each with a double bed.

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Cabin #5 Grizzly Bear has 3 bedrooms each with 2 double beds

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What To Bring

  • If you have small children, please bring a playpen or sleep area. 

  • Towel, washcloths, personal hygiene items

  • Extra pillows and blankets if wanted

  • Beach towels

FOOD

We will provide chicken, burgers, hot dogs, and steaks for two family dinners (Friday and Saturday night). This includes buns, condiments, and sauces. We are asking that each family contribute one side dish for each of the family dinners. 

Each family/individual is responsible for their own breakfast, lunch, and beverages. 

There are small grocery stores and markets in the area.

 

 

What To Bring

  • Breakfast items for 2 days

  • Lunch items 2 days

  • Beverages

  • Ingredients to prepare 2 side dishes for family dinner (feeding 15 people.)

  • Any adult beverages and cocktail mixes

  • Cooler, lunch boxes, or backpacks for picnicking

Hamburgers in Grill
Kayaks

FUN

We are planning three family nights by the fire and one family day on the water. There are many things to do in the area, including horseback riding, fishing, water sports, mini-golf, go-karts, and more. 

Activities will have varying costs.

 

What To Bring

  • Swim Suits

  • Beach Towels

  • Walking Shoes

  • Bug Spray

  • Sunscreen

  • Waterproof cases for phones

  • Life Vests (can be rented)

Agenda

This is a loose agenda meant to be a guide for the weekend. We have tried to allow time for families and individuals to explore the area and activities that interest them most while saving room for group fun. 

Thursday, July 14

 3 - 8 pm

Families arrive. Unpacking and camp set-up. 

Bring your own dinner. 

8 - 10 pm

Family Fire. S'mores, smiles, and laughs

Bring your own drinks. S'mores provided.

10pm - 7 am

Quiet Time

Friday, July 15

7 - 9 am

Everyone is on their own for breakfast.

9 am - 4 pm

 Flexible time to explore the area and activities.

Plan or pack your own lunches. 

5 - 8 pm

Everyone helps prep, cook, and clean up dinner

FAMILY DINNER

8-10 pm

Family Fire. S'mores, smiles, and laughs

Bring your own drinks. S'mores provided.

10pm - 7 am

Quiet Time

Saturday, July 16

7 - 9 am

Everyone is on their own for breakfast

9 am - 4 pm

Family day on the water. Tubig, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, swimming.

Plan or pack your own lunches. 

5 - 8 pm

Everyone helps prep, cook, and clean up dinner

FAMILY DINNER

8-10 pm

Family Fire. S'mores, smiles, and laughs

10pm - 7 am

Quiet Time

Sunday, July 17

7 - 11 am

Pack, clean, checkout. 

Directions & Maps

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