The 2019 season kicks off with our favorite spring campout. Bring your sleeping bag, a sweater
The 2019 season kicks off with our favorite spring campout. Bring your sleeping bag, a sweater and a warm hat. Ride twisties, hang out around the bonfire, check out new roads and make new friends. There is a a mix of lean-tos, Connecticut River-facing camp sites, and a few cabins (first come-first serve) Firewood is available on site, and there is a store and butcher shop nearby. Hot coffee every morning but you MUST bring your own cup.You can bring your own dinner to cook over the campfire, and as usual Ken will be once again prepare an Italian pasta dinner Friday night for everyone to enjoy. “Spaghetti by Springhetti.” Feel free to bring bread, cheese, sausage, venison etc to share. It’s a great way to get to know the Yankee Beemers. There is a communal fire area, and each site has fire pit with a grill over it. It is one of the better facilities in the Vermont Park System for campfire chefs! We have been doing this event for years now and it is always a mix of weather and always fun. Invite your friends, bring your guitar or harmonica or spoons and jam out, hike the Long Trail, ride to an art gallery or go off road. The best roads in Vermont aren’t paved. Year after year this is one of the best attended campouts. All bikes and riders will find something to enjoy.
Fee is $25. Mail check to Yankee Beemers, P.O. Box 2151 Fitchburg, MA 01420, re: Frosty Nutz, or via PayPal atWWW.YANKEEBEEMERS.ORG.TREASURER@YANKEEBEEMERS.ORG Your hosts are Duncan Cooper, and Ken Springhetti
27 (Saturday) 12:00 pm - 29 (Monday) 12:00 pm
I – 91 North to Exit 8, Right at bottom of exit, right on Route 5, traffic light, headed South. Wilgus State Park is about 1 mile on left.
I – 91 South to Exit 8, left at bottom of exit, right on Route 5, traffic light, headed South, Wilgus State Park is about 1 mile on left.