The Annual NARPM Camping Trip
If you love camp fires, good food and great times then join us for our Annual NARPM Camping Trip with the Phoenix Metro Chapter of NARPM and the West Valley Chapter of NARPM March 3-5!
This event has always been a great time! Let’s get together out of a meeting or our offices for some fresh air & sunshine! NARPM will provide one meal (TBD) and s’mores fixings for both Friday & Saturday campfire! The group site has a private gated entrance, 12 picnic tables and 3 central grills. There is covered food prep areas and tables under 2 ramadas including trash service and vault toilets with no running water.
How Much: Basically FREE! Each vehicle must have a "Tonto Pass" for each 24 hour period. The passes are $8 each and can be purchased online at www.fs.usda.gov/tonto OR at pretty much every store/gas station on the way out. If you need assistance with this, please contact Erin immediately.
When: Friday March 3rd – Sunday March 5th
Folks will generally begin to show up late morning thru earl evening and depart midday Sunday. You’re welcome to come and go as fits your schedule.
Where: Cave Creek Group Campground
The site is located 19 miles north of Carefree. From Carefree, take Cave Creek Rd/Forest Rd 24 to Seven Springs Day Use Area. Continue for less than ½ mile to the turn off to the group site. *The last 9 miles of FR 24 is an all-weather gravel road suitable for any 2 wheel drive cars*
Why: Because who doesn’t LOVE Arizona in March
Arizona is beautiful this time of year and isn’t it great to get outdoors! We can set up camping games, hike, go for a scenic drive and more
Who: Members, Affiliates, Families & Friends!
This event is open to friends and family of NARPM. The more, the merrier!
RSVP: Please RSVP with your head count no later than March 1st for adequate food planning
Please contact Erin with any questions at 480-917-7071 or Erin@homeinvest.us
If any members would like to sponsor a meal, snack, water, camp game or anything else, please let me know!
Contact Erin at 480-917-7071 or Kelly 480-309-7403
** Member Suggestion **
The Buddy Stubbs Museum would be a fun place to visit whikle there. They have over 100 vintage motorcycles.
Free Admission and it's open M-S 11-5 and Sunday 11-4