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Nehalem Bay weekend event ~ 2017 InformationYour volunteer On-site staff:
The Event Team/weekend “Headquarters” will be in campsite #D30. What
- Event Manager [Moniquea DeGan]
- Trips Coordinator [Ryc Williamson]
- Concierge [Steve Pruett & Mechelle Davis]
: A camping and kayaking trip on our own Oregon coast. Evening campfires and camaraderie. For 2017, paddle trips will occur on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.When
: Thursday-Sunday, July 13-16 2017Trips
: Level 1 through Level 3 trips on estuary flatwater and the ocean. Level 1 trips may be limited due to the potential for wind. Some trips may require driving and may include Tillamook Bay (20-mile drive). All trip sign-up will be done on-site. An Oregon Invasive Species permit is required. Learn more about the Nehalem Watershed here: http://www.tbnep.org/water_trail_guidebooks/nehalem.pdfClothing on the water
: A wet suit or dry suit is recommended, but clothing requirements will follow the OOPS Cold Water Policy. Wet exit certification is required, unless you participate in only Level 1 trips and you are not wearing a sprayskirt, as is compliance with all other OOPS safety policies. Bring layers and wind protection. Organizer will communicate requirements.Meals and Gatherings
: Bring your own food, stove etc., and plan on at least one potluck evening. Registrants will receive more information from the Event Concierge. Please do not bring firewood. Your event fee covers the cost of firewood that we will purchase locally. Please plan to join us for group campfires!Accommodations and Cost
: We have 12 sites Nehalem Bay State Park. Walk to the ocean or the bay! Bathrooms with free showers are steps away. Registration fee for the entire event (not per day) is $63. Your individual registration fee, if you aren’t joining us at the group camp site, is $10 for the weekend. See detailed campground information below.
Time from Portland or Salem
Parking: If you stay outside the park, you will need to purchase a day pass at the entrance booth to launch from sites within the park.
: About 2-2.5 hours.How to sign up or get more info
: Go to the OOPS website Calendar and click on Nehalem Bay.Camping Details
: We have reserved 12 sites on the west side of D- and E-loops at Nehalem Bay State Park; they are large and flat. All have electricity, water, and are suitable for RV-hookup. For 2017, the Event Team/weekend “Headquarters” will be in campsite #D30. Check-in begins Thursday at 4 p.m. Campsites will be shared. We have planned for approximately three-four people and 2 vehicles per site. You will have a chance to identify which campsite you would like to stay in during registration. Campsite requests will be accepted on a first come first served basis, and we may not be able to honor all requests. Our reserved sites In the D loop: 24, 26, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 34, 36, 38. Our reserved sites In the E loop: 43, 44
What if you don’t know anybody to share a campsite with? This is your chance to meet some new paddle buddies! We are a friendly group! OOPS will assign the campsites based on your vehicle/equipment needs and the size of the campsites.
Your event registration fee for camping is for the complete event. This includes three nights of camping and additional vehicle fees. DO NOT pay the extra vehicle fee until you have visited your campsite or HQ (Site D30), and you are sure that you are the “extra” vehicle, not the first vehicle. The Event Manager will pay for or refund any extra vehicle fees on site.State Park firewood advice
: “Please protect the Pacific Northwest from invasive species by getting your firewood at the campground, or close to it. Firewood can carry insects and diseases that threaten the health of our western forests. You can make a difference.”General Information about the park - click hereMap and brochure - click here