The City of Round Rock’s Parks and Recreation Department presents the Family Campout on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 23 and 24, 2016 at Old Settlers Park.
Come spend the night in Old Settlers Park! You’ll pop your tent around the Lakeview Pavilion, eat a hamburger dinner, have fun, play games, sit around the campfire eating s’mores and then off to sleep under the stars. Wake up with the sunrise and enjoy breakfast, and then check out the National Hunting and Fishing Day activities.
Register online now at www.RoundRockRecreation.com, course code 655.
Registration fees is $10 per person.
Each registered participant will receive two meals (Friday dinner and Saturday breakfast). Vegetarian option available upon early request. Activities include family games, hayrides, a tent decorating contest, a campfire complete with smores, and more!
See Family Campout Flyer & Infomation Sheet for complete details and what to bring.
What to bring
You will need to provide all of your own camping equipment. We recommend bringing:
- Tent (participants are responsible for setup & take down of tents)
- Sleeping bags
- Reusable water bottle (water coolers will be available to fill bottles)
- Insect repellent
- Snacks and drinks (No alcohol)
No pets allowed. No electricity available. No shower facilities.
Kona Ice will be onsite Friday evening selling shaved ice ($3-$5) and a coffee vendor will be onsite Saturday morning selling coffee and various hot & cold beverages ($2-$7).
About the Campout
It is said that a family that plays together stays together. Is there a better way to create lasting memories than through camping, fishing or other similar activities? We don’t think so; however, fewer families are enjoying these activities, the outdoors, and each other.
The Family Campout shows families how fun the outdoors can be. The campout will lead into National Hunting and Fishing Day.