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UCG Portsmouth Church Campout Event

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UCG Portsmouth Church Campout Event

UCG Portsmouth Church Campout Event

Though it is still seven months away, NOW is the time to reserve your camp site or Room for our Greenbo Lake State Park Resort campout!

Right now almost ALL sites are still open so it would be a good time to ensure you get the site you desire.

You can find the reservation sight for both campsites and rooms by searching Google for Greenbo Lake State Park Resort.

There will also be a link available on the Portsmouth Church website and Facebook page.

When choosing your site, remember the following:

Camp Sites P06 through P024- Are all standard no electric campsites. The area around Site P020-P022 is relatively private and are already reserved for our activities and camp fire, so try choose a site close by (all are relatively close)

P0 areas are open camping , enabling you to put several tents or a trailer and several tents per site, with allowance for to 2 vehicles per site and 8 campers allowed per site (4 adults total, plus children)

(Although it isn’t generally enforced, you should be prepared to pay an additional $5.00 per day for adult #3 and #4 in your site, if they are not your children)

Sites 60’s through 70’s are Full hookup sites within relatively easy walking distance of the Standard sites if that is you preference.

For those of you choosing to book rooms at the lodge for the weekend, church services with be held in one of the indoor meeting halls.

Traveling between the two areas are advised via bicycle car, or golf cart, as the distance is about a mile.

Golf Carts are allowed for a daily fee.

As of this time, we are still making plans for Sabbath day, including church services, a bible study, and a cookout.

More information to follow as we get closer to the date.



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