July 27–28, 2012. Registration will open June 1. Deadline to register is July 20.
Fathers and sons are invited to a rustic camping experience in a wooded area near the Creation Museum. Spend the weekend enjoying creation with some fun recreational activities and educational experiences.
The wooded location is a “primitive” campsite that is not accessible by vehicle, so everything must be carried in. We’ll provide a fire and an outhouse. Be sure to bring your tent, sleeping gear, food, and any necessary cooking utensils. No camping equipment or food items will be provided by the Creation Museum.
Check-in will begin at 4:00 PM. Feel free to use the early evening for setting up camp, fixing dinner, and perhaps taking a stroll through the museum’s Botanical Gardens. Buddy Davis will conclude the evening with songs and adventure stories around the campfire.
New this year is the opportunity to “take aim” at the Creation Museum’s newly constructed archery course. A special, private workshop for campers will be offered Saturday morning (weather permitting). Then, you’ll be able to tear down camp and be checked out by noon. Why not spend the rest of the afternoon at the museum? Check out our events calendar to see all that’s planned for that day.
Registration is required and will open eight weeks prior to the event.
We cannot wait for the next [event] . . . so we can come again and hopefully plan for a longer trip [with] more time to watch the shows in the museum and appreciate it more. Even though we made a fast trip there and back home we loved it and were more relaxed on this trip than any other we have ever been on.”
– D.&D.B., Tecumseh, OK