ANNUAL CAMPING TRIP
"Roughing it" with like-minded campers
GREAT ATHEIST CAMPOUT X
WHEN: July 17, 2020 2pm - July 19th, 2020, 12 pm
WHERE: Spring Hollow Campground, Group A
It's once again time for our annual camping trip! Come and spend an outdoorsy weekend with your favorite heathens from Atheists of Utah! This year we are staying at the Spring Hollow Campground in Logan Canyon, which is about 7 miles east of Logan.
Please bring your own:
• INSECT REPELLENT
Stay tuned for information about beer mugs.
*~*~* Please NO DOGS or other pets *~*~*
Children are welcome, but this event is geared mostly toward adults. People will be staying up late, drinking, and talking. Please be responsible and aware if you are bringing anyone under 21.
**This event is FREE for dues-paying members and their plus one. For any non-members who are joining us, we are asking for $15/night or $10/day per person to help us cover the cost of the campsite and supplies. We won't be able to take credit cards at the campsite, so please bring cash with you. If you'd like to pay ahead of time, visit the "Tickets" link above, (Coming soon)
Alternatively, if you'd like to become a member of Atheists of Utah (only $25 a year!), the campout is a free member benefit. Membership fees go toward helping us participate in, and provide supplies for many great events like this. Sign up for a membership here: atheistsofutah.org/join
CAMPGROUND INFO: https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/232102
Spring Hollow Campground is situated next to the Logan River just 4 miles east of Logan, Utah, in scenic Logan Canyon. Visitors enjoy fishing, tubing, canoeing and exploring local trails. This vampground has vault toilets and drinking water, but no electrical/sewer hookups. Group site is tents only. The Logan River flows past the campground and a large pond is located at the campground's edge. The Logan River offers great fishing, tubing and canoeing opportunities. Numerous hiking and mountain biking trails crisscross the area. Spring Hollow, Mill Hollow, Crimson and Bridger Lookout Trails can be accessed from trailheads within the campground. The popular Wind Caves trail is also nearby. The beautiful Bear Lake and Tony Grove Lake are only a short drive up the canyon.
We are camping in bear territory and bears frequent this area. We don't want to encourage any bears to come into our camp and we don't want to get any bears killed if they eat our food. PLEASE be mindful. All food, alcohol, coolers, and other enticing items MUST be put away inside a car before you go to bed each night. Please remember to pack it in, pack it out.
From I-15 North, take exit 362 for 1100 S St towards US-91/US-89. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Brigham City/Logan/Perry. Merge onto US-91 N/ W 1100 S. Turn slightly left onto Main St/ Nibley Rd. Turn right onto IS 89 N/E 400 N. Turn right onto FR038.