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Monday, May 30, 2016

FALL 2016 DETAILS

Check In: November 13, 2016 at 4 pm - Pick up your keys and packets at the office, there is an after hours pick up as well so go to the office even if it's after 5.
Check Out: November 17, 2016 at 10 am (this is one hour earlier than their official check out time because as a group we tend to take longer) - Leave your keys in cabins on table and LEAVE DOORS UNLOCKED.

Since the choices of accommodations at Springmaid Mountain are varied there are several options for your stay.  They are fine with allowing us to bring air mattresses to increase the number of people we can put in the cabins but we don’t want them overflowing so much that we risk damaging the property.  So please be respectful of their generosity when occupying the cabins. If I feel you are choosing a cabin that is too small for your needs I will suggest a different one.

IMPORTANT: There are a lot of ponds on the property, please watch young children carefully. 

NOTE: The PER FAMILY charge on shared and single family cabins means YOUR family, if you are bringing extra children from other families there is an extra $50 charge per person. Also when 2 families share a single family cabin there will be an additional $75 charge on the cabin.

PRICES BELOW INCLUDE ARGH REGISTRATION (only $75 per family) PLUS LODGING (4 NIGHTS). THERE ARE NO OTHER CHARGES.

Single Family Cabins - These cabins are small but if you want to try to fit 2 SMALL families you can.
Smaller Single Family Cabins, 4 to choose from
Sweet Bay Campground Cabins (2) - $485 (DOG FRIENDLY with fee)
Cozy one bedroom cabins, convenient to the campground, pond and hiking trails.  Cabins have one queen size bed, living room, wood stove, kitchen and one bath.
Trillium Mountain Efficiencies (2) - $485
Efficiencies have two queen beds, one bathroom and a kitchenette.  Convenient to trout ponds and hiking trails.

Larger Single Family Cabins, 6 to choose from
River’s Edge Cabins (4) - $565
Newly remodeled duplexes with levels rented together or separate.  Connecting stairs allow for privacy or togetherness.  Convenient to fishing pond and waterfall hiking trails.  Cabin includes a living room with wood stove, kitchen, two bedrooms (one with a queen, the other with two twins) and 1 ½ baths. Lower levels have a porch for rocking and relaxing.
Wrangler and Angler Pondside Cabins (2) - $615
Newly remodeled cabins are secluded and have a relaxing view of the fishing pond and quiet mountainside.  Each cabin has 2 bedrooms, one queen and two twin beds, living room, wood stove, kitchen, a shower and 2 half baths.  The Angler Pondside Cabin is handicapped accessible.
Whispering Pines Cabin - $615 (DOG FRIENDLY with fee)
Comfortable cabin with a scenic view of the North Toe River. Convenient to our horse stables, fishing ponds and waterfall hiking trails. Cabin has a great room, two bedrooms downstairs, sleeping loft, wood stove, kitchen and one bath, and front and back porches.

Shared Family Cabins – These are much larger cabins and can accommodate several small families easily.  To make sure that we cover costs and have a nice sized gathering I have set a minimum number of families for each of these cabins.  The cost for sharing a cabin is $350 per family.
Trillium Mountain Suite
The Trillium Suite is adjacent to the Trillium Efficiency cabins and is convenient to the trout ponds and hiking trails.  Horse stables are only a five minute walk from the Trillium complex.  The Suite has 3 bedrooms, four twin beds and one queen bed, a living room, wood stove, kitchen, two baths and balcony.  2 families can rent this cabin for $350 each or 1 family for $700.
Timber Oaks Lodge
This rustic, five bedroom cabin is the most centrally located cabin and includes 5 bedrooms, eight twin beds and two queens, a great room, wood stove, kitchen, dishwasher, washer/dryer and 3 baths.  This cabin is quite spacious!  minimum of 3 families can rent this cabin for $350 each, 2 for $525 each, or 1 for $1050.

The Bunkhouse
A dormitory-style bunk cabin with accommodations suitable for both youth and adult groups.  There is a commercial kitchen and a large multipurpose room, 16 rooms (with some doors that lock from the inside but no individual keys) with 1 bunkbed in each room (32 beds), fireplace, washer/dryer, and four baths (2 with showers).
This is where we will be holding all of our community activities.  Anyone who would like to stay at the bunkhouse will share bathrooms, kitchen and living spaces.  The cost to stay is $275 per family or $125 per person.  This might be a fun place for teens to stay but the common area IS NOT a specific youth hang out place although everyone will certainly be hanging out there during community activities.  While our previous community space had specific hours of use, we have the bunkhouse full time.  BUT, there are community hours for the use of the space to give those who are staying there some quiet time as well.  It will be available Sunday, 6pm-10pm; Monday, 11am-10pm; Tuesday, 11am-10pm; Wednesday, 11am-10pm. Please respect these hours as there are several families staying at the Bunkhouse. The kitchen space (and the food therein) is to be respected and not for community use.  It should also be stated that this is a commercial kitchen with a large gas stove, please be sure to use hood fan when cooking.  Snacks for community use will be provided by us on a table in the common area, anyone is welcome to add to it at any time.

In the past we have had a hang out cabin for the kids.  With the limited number of cabins available at this location, having such a space is not feasible.  One thing I’ve noticed over the years is that the kids in the hang out cabin tend to have small clusters of kids hanging out with each other and not one large group.  If one family of each of these small clusters would like to volunteer their cabin for occasional hanging out that would work nicely.  Our cabin has always been an alternate hang out space and we always welcome it and enjoy hosting whoever wants to hang out with us.  This won’t change with the new location, so as long as one of us is there feel free to stop by.
We rent the pavilion as an extra space for hanging out and workshops as well as the dance and potluck overflow.

Springmaid Mountain Family Campground
The campground offers campsites suitable for primitive camping. no electricity.  Bathhouse with showers, latrines, and sinks available. A Dining Shelter is available for refrigerator and electricity use and sink but no hot water.
Tent Sites - $175
These are outfitted with a lantern post and fire ring with a grill. no electric.

Screen Shelters - $190
Three screen shelters are available for those who want the experience of camping without having to stay in a tent or outdoors. Each shelter sleeps six. Wood siding on three sides with screen on the front side. They have 3 sets of bunks in them with mattresses. You bring your own sleeping bag and pillow. There are lights and electric plug in them as well.

The cost to attend ARGH without renting a cabin, bunkhouse or campsite is $100 (or $25 per day) per family for the 4 day event.

Activities Available for an additional charge:  Trail Rides on Horseback and Hay Rides.
Hiking is free!

Please read the group FAQ. Even if you've read it in the past, do so again as it changes each gathering and there are things that are always good to be reminded of.

Sunday, December 6, 2015

SPRING 2016 DETAILS

Check In: April 24, 2016 at 4 pm - Pick up your keys and packets at the office, there is an after hours pick up as well so go to the office even if it's after 5.
Check Out: April 28, 2016 at 10 am (this is one hour earlier than their official check out time because as a group we tend to take longer) - Leave your keys in cabins on table and LEAVE DOORS UNLOCKED.

Since the choices of accommodations at Springmaid Mountain are varied there are several options for your stay.  They are fine with allowing us to bring air mattresses to increase the number of people we can put in the cabins but we don’t want them overflowing so much that we risk damaging the property.  So please be respectful of their generosity when occupying the cabins. If I feel you are choosing a cabin that is too small for your needs I will suggest a different one.

IMPORTANT: There are a lot of ponds on the property, please watch young children carefully. 

NOTE: The PER FAMILY charge on shared and single family cabins means YOUR family, if you are bringing extra children from other families there is an extra $50 charge per person. Also when 2 families share a single family cabin there will be an additional $75 charge on the cabin.

PRICES BELOW INCLUDE ARGH REGISTRATION (only $75 per family) PLUS LODGING (4 NIGHTS). THERE ARE NO OTHER CHARGES.

Single Family Cabins - These cabins are small but if you want to try to fit 2 SMALL families you can.
Smaller Single Family Cabins, 4 to choose from
Sweet Bay Campground Cabins (2) - $485 (DOG FRIENDLY with fee)
Cozy one bedroom cabins, convenient to the campground, pond and hiking trails.  Cabins have one queen size bed, living room, wood stove, kitchen and one bath.
Trillium Mountain Efficiencies (2) - $485
Efficiencies have two queen beds, one bathroom and a kitchenette.  Convenient to trout ponds and hiking trails.

Larger Single Family Cabins, 6 to choose from
River’s Edge Cabins (4) - $565
Newly remodeled duplexes with levels rented together or separate.  Connecting stairs allow for privacy or togetherness.  Convenient to fishing pond and waterfall hiking trails.  Cabin includes a living room with wood stove, kitchen, two bedrooms (one with a queen, the other with two twins) and 1 ½ baths. Lower levels have a porch for rocking and relaxing.
Wrangler and Angler Pondside Cabins (2) - $615
Newly remodeled cabins are secluded and have a relaxing view of the fishing pond and quiet mountainside.  Each cabin has 2 bedrooms, one queen and two twin beds, living room, wood stove, kitchen, a shower and 2 half baths.  The Angler Pondside Cabin is handicapped accessible.
Whispering Pines Cabin - $615 (DOG FRIENDLY with fee)
Comfortable cabin with a scenic view of the North Toe River. Convenient to our horse stables, fishing ponds and waterfall hiking trails. Cabin has a great room, two bedrooms downstairs, sleeping loft, wood stove, kitchen and one bath, and front and back porches.

Shared Family Cabins – These are much larger cabins and can accommodate several small families easily.  To make sure that we cover costs and have a nice sized gathering I have set a minimum number of families for each of these cabins.  The cost for sharing a cabin is $350 per family.
Trillium Mountain Suite
The Trillium Suite is adjacent to the Trillium Efficiency cabins and is convenient to the trout ponds and hiking trails.  Horse stables are only a five minute walk from the Trillium complex.  The Suite has 3 bedrooms, four twin beds and one queen bed, a living room, wood stove, kitchen, two baths and balcony.  2 families can rent this cabin for $350 each or 1 family for $700.
Timber Oaks Lodge
This rustic, five bedroom cabin is the most centrally located cabin and includes 5 bedrooms, eight twin beds and two queens, a great room, wood stove, kitchen, dishwasher, washer/dryer and 3 baths.  This cabin is quite spacious!  minimum of 3 families can rent this cabin for $350 each, 2 for $525 each, or 1 for $1050.

The Bunkhouse
A dormitory-style bunk cabin with accommodations suitable for both youth and adult groups.  There is a commercial kitchen and a large multipurpose room, 16 rooms (with some doors that lock from the inside but no individual keys) with 1 bunkbed in each room (32 beds), fireplace, washer/dryer, and four baths (2 with showers).
This is where we will be holding all of our community activities.  Anyone who would like to stay at the bunkhouse will share bathrooms, kitchen and living spaces.  The cost to stay is $275 per family or $125 per person.  This might be a fun place for teens to stay but the common area IS NOT a specific youth hang out place although everyone will certainly be hanging out there during community activities.  While our previous community space had specific hours of use, we have the bunkhouse full time.  BUT, there are community hours for the use of the space to give those who are staying there some quiet time as well.  It will be available Sunday, 6pm-10pm; Monday, 11am-10pm; Tuesday, 11am-10pm; Wednesday, 11am-10pm. Please respect these hours as there are several families staying at the Bunkhouse. The kitchen space (and the food therein) is to be respected and not for community use.  It should also be stated that this is a commercial kitchen with a large gas stove, please be sure to use hood fan when cooking.  Snacks for community use will be provided by us on a table in the common area, anyone is welcome to add to it at any time.

In the past we have had a hang out cabin for the kids.  With the limited number of cabins available at this location, having such a space is not feasible.  One thing I’ve noticed over the years is that the kids in the hang out cabin tend to have small clusters of kids hanging out with each other and not one large group.  If one family of each of these small clusters would like to volunteer their cabin for occasional hanging out that would work nicely.  Our cabin has always been an alternate hang out space and we always welcome it and enjoy hosting whoever wants to hang out with us.  This won’t change with the new location, so as long as one of us is there feel free to stop by.
We rent the pavilion as an extra space for hanging out and workshops as well as the dance and potluck overflow.

Springmaid Mountain Family Campground
The campground offers campsites suitable for primitive camping. no electricity.  Bathhouse with showers, latrines, and sinks available. A Dining Shelter is available for refrigerator and electricity use and sink but no hot water.
Tent Sites - $175
These are outfitted with a lantern post and fire ring with a grill. no electric.

Screen Shelters - $190
Three screen shelters are available for those who want the experience of camping without having to stay in a tent or outdoors. Each shelter sleeps six. Wood siding on three sides with screen on the front side. They have 3 sets of bunks in them with mattresses. You bring your own sleeping bag and pillow. There are lights and electric plug in them as well.

The cost to attend ARGH without renting a cabin, bunkhouse or campsite is $100 (or $25 per day) per family for the 4 day event.

Activities Available for an additional charge:  Trail Rides on Horseback and Hay Rides.
Hiking is free!

Please read the group FAQ. Even if you've read it in the past, do so again as it changes each gathering and there are things that are always good to be reminded of.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

FALL 2015 DETAILS

Check In: October 25, 2015 at 4 pm - Pick up your keys and packets at the office, there is an after hours pick up as well so go to the office even if it's after 5.
Check Out: October 29, 2015 at 10 am (this is one hour earlier than their official check out time because as a group we tend to take longer) - Leave your keys in cabins on table and LEAVE DOORS UNLOCKED.

Since the choices of accommodations at Springmaid Mountain are varied there are several options for your stay.  They are fine with allowing us to bring air mattresses to increase the number of people we can put in the cabins but we don’t want them overflowing so much that we risk damaging the property.  So please be respectful of their generosity when occupying the cabins. If I feel you are choosing a cabin that is too small for your needs I will suggest a different one.

IMPORTANT: There are a lot of ponds on the property, please watch young children carefully. 

NOTE: The PER FAMILY charge on shared and single family cabins means YOUR family, if you are bringing extra children from other families there is an extra $50 charge per person. Also when 2 families share a single family cabin there will be an additional $75 charge on the cabin.

PRICES BELOW INCLUDE ARGH REGISTRATION AS WELL AS LODGING (4 NIGHTS). THERE ARE NO OTHER CHARGES.

Single Family Cabins - These cabins are small but if you want to try to fit 2 SMALL families you can.
Smaller Single Family Cabins, 4 to choose from
Sweet Bay Campground Cabins (2) - $485
Cozy one bedroom cabins, convenient to the campground, pond and hiking trails.  Cabins have one queen size bed, living room, wood stove, kitchen and one bath.
Trillium Mountain Efficiencies (2) - $485
Efficiencies have two queen beds, one bathroom and a kitchenette.  Convenient to trout ponds and hiking trails.

Larger Single Family Cabins, 6 to choose from
River’s Edge Cabins (4) - $565
Newly remodeled duplexes with levels rented together or separate.  Connecting stairs allow for privacy or togetherness.  Convenient to fishing pond and waterfall hiking trails.  Cabin includes a living room with wood stove, kitchen, two bedrooms (one with a queen, the other with two twins) and 1 ½ baths. Lower levels have a porch for rocking and relaxing.
Wrangler and Angler Pondside Cabins (2) - $615
Newly remodeled cabins are secluded and have a relaxing view of the fishing pond and quiet mountainside.  Each cabin has 2 bedrooms, one queen and two twin beds, living room, wood stove, kitchen, a shower and 2 half baths.  The Angler Pondside Cabin is handicapped accessible.
Whispering Pines Cabin - $615
Comfortable cabin with a scenic view of the North Toe River. Convenient to our horse stables, fishing ponds and waterfall hiking trails. Cabin has a great room, two bedrooms downstairs, sleeping loft, wood stove, kitchen and one bath, and front and back porches.

Shared Family Cabins – These are much larger cabins and can accommodate several small families easily.  To make sure that we cover costs and have a nice sized gathering I have set a minimum number of families for each of these cabins.  The cost for sharing a cabin is $350 per family.
Trillium Mountain Suite
The Trillium Suite is adjacent to the Trillium Efficiency cabins and is convenient to the trout ponds and hiking trails.  Horse stables are only a five minute walk from the Trillium complex.  The Suite has 3 bedrooms, four twin beds and one queen bed, a living room, wood stove, kitchen, two baths and balcony.  2 families can rent this cabin for $350 each or 1 family for $700.
Timber Oaks Lodge
This rustic, five bedroom cabin is the most centrally located cabin and includes 5 bedrooms, eight twin beds and two queens, a great room, wood stove, kitchen, dishwasher, washer/dryer and 3 baths.  This cabin is quite spacious!  minimum of 3 families can rent this cabin for $350 each, 2 for $525 each, or 1 for $1050.

The Bunkhouse
A dormitory-style bunk cabin with accommodations suitable for both youth and adult groups.  There is a commercial kitchen and a large multipurpose room, 16 rooms (with some doors that lock from the inside but no individual keys) with 1 bunkbed in each room (32 beds), fireplace, washer/dryer, and four baths (2 with showers).
This is where we will be holding all of our community activities.  Anyone who would like to stay at the bunkhouse will share bathrooms, kitchen and living spaces.  The cost to stay is $275 per family or $125 per person.  This might be a fun place for teens to stay but the common area IS NOT a specific youth hang out place although everyone will certainly be hanging out there during community activities.  While our previous community space had specific hours of use, we have the bunkhouse full time.  BUT, there are community hours for the use of the space to give those who are staying there some quiet time as well.  It will be available Sunday, 6pm-10pm; Monday, 11am-10pm; Tuesday, 11am-10pm; Wednesday, 11am-10pm. Please respect these hours as there are several families staying at the Bunkhouse. The kitchen space (and the food therein) is to be respected and not for community use.  It should also be stated that this is a commercial kitchen with a large gas stove, please be sure to use hood fan when cooking.  Snacks for community use will be provided by us on a table in the common area, anyone is welcome to add to it at any time.

In the past we have had a hang out cabin for the kids.  With the limited number of cabins available at this location, having such a space is not feasible.  One thing I’ve noticed over the years is that the kids in the hang out cabin tend to have small clusters of kids hanging out with each other and not one large group.  If one family of each of these small clusters would like to volunteer their cabin for occasional hanging out that would work nicely.  Our cabin has always been an alternate hang out space and we always welcome it and enjoy hosting whoever wants to hang out with us.  This won’t change with the new location, so as long as one of us is there feel free to stop by.
We rent the pavilion as an extra space for hanging out and workshops as well as the dance and potluck overflow.

Springmaid Mountain Family Campground
The campground offers campsites suitable for primitive camping. no electricity.  Bathhouse with showers, latrines, and sinks available. A Dining Shelter is available for refrigerator and electricity use and sink but no hot water.
Tent Sites - $175
These are outfitted with a lantern post and fire ring with a grill. no electric.

Screen Shelters - $190
Three screen shelters are available for those who want the experience of camping without having to stay in a tent or outdoors. Each shelter sleeps six. Wood siding on three sides with screen on the front side. They have 3 sets of bunks in them with mattresses. You bring your own sleeping bag and pillow. There are lights and electric plug in them as well.

The cost to attend ARGH without renting a cabin, bunkhouse or campsite is $100 (or $25 per day) per family for the 4 day event.

Activities Available for an additional charge:  Trail Rides on Horseback and Hay Rides.
Hiking is free!

Please read the group FAQ. Even if you've read it in the past, do so again as it changes each gathering and there are things that are always good to be reminded of.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

SPRING 2015 DETAILS

Check In: April 26, 2015 at 4 pm - Pick up your keys and packets at the office, there is an after hours pick up as well so go to the office even if it's after 5.
Check Out: April 30, 2015 at 10 am (this is one hour earlier than their official check out time because as a group we tend to take longer) - Leave your keys in cabins on table and LEAVE DOORS UNLOCKED.

Since the choices of accommodations at Springmaid Mountain are varied there are several options for your stay.  They are fine with allowing us to bring air mattresses to increase the number of people we can put in the cabins but we don’t want them overflowing so much that we risk damaging the property.  So please be respectful of their generosity when occupying the cabins. If I feel you are choosing a cabin that is too small for your needs I will suggest a different one.

IMPORTANT: There are a lot of ponds on the property, please watch young children carefully. 

NOTE: The PER FAMILY charge on shared and single family cabins means YOUR family, if you are bringing extra children from other families there is an extra $50 charge per person. Also when 2 families share a single family cabin there will be an additional $75 charge on the cabin.

Single Family Cabins - These cabins are small but if you want to try to fit 2 SMALL families you can.
Smaller Single Family Cabins, 4 to choose from
Sweet Bay Campground Cabins (2) - $485
Cozy one bedroom cabins, convenient to the campground, pond and hiking trails.  Cabins have one queen size bed, living room, wood stove, kitchen and one bath.
Trillium Mountain Efficiencies (2) - $485
Efficiencies have two queen beds, one bathroom and a kitchenette.  Convenient to trout ponds and hiking trails.

Larger Single Family Cabins, 6 to choose from
River’s Edge Cabins (4) - $565
Newly remodeled duplexes with levels rented together or separate.  Connecting stairs allow for privacy or togetherness.  Convenient to fishing pond and waterfall hiking trails.  Cabin includes a living room with wood stove, kitchen, two bedrooms (one with a queen, the other with two twins) and 1 ½ baths. Lower levels have a porch for rocking and relaxing.
Wrangler and Angler Pondside Cabins (2) - $615
Newly remodeled cabins are secluded and have a relaxing view of the fishing pond and quiet mountainside.  Each cabin has 2 bedrooms, one queen and two twin beds, living room, wood stove, kitchen, a shower and 2 half baths.  The Angler Pondside Cabin is handicapped accessible.
Whispering Pines Cabin - $615
Comfortable cabin with a scenic view of the North Toe River. Convenient to our horse stables, fishing ponds and waterfall hiking trails. Cabin has a great room, two bedrooms downstairs, sleeping loft, wood stove, kitchen and one bath, and front and back porches.

Shared Family Cabins – These are much larger cabins and can accommodate several small families easily.  To make sure that we cover costs and have a nice sized gathering I have set a minimum number of families for each of these cabins.  The cost for sharing a cabin is $350 per family.
Trillium Mountain Suite
The Trillium Suite is adjacent to the Trillium Efficiency cabins and is convenient to the trout ponds and hiking trails.  Horse stables are only a five minute walk from the Trillium complex.  The Suite has 3 bedrooms, four twin beds and one queen bed, a living room, wood stove, kitchen, two baths and balcony.  2 families can rent this cabin for $350 each or 1 family for $700.
Timber Oaks Lodge
This rustic, five bedroom cabin is the most centrally located cabin and includes 5 bedrooms, eight twin beds and two queens, a great room, wood stove, kitchen, dishwasher, washer/dryer and 3 baths.  This cabin is quite spacious!  minimum of 3 families can rent this cabin for $350 each, 2 for $525 each, or 1 for $1050.

The Bunkhouse
A dormitory-style bunk cabin with accommodations suitable for both youth and adult groups.  There is a commercial kitchen and a large multipurpose room, 16 rooms (with some doors that lock from the inside but no individual keys) with 1 bunkbed in each room (32 beds), fireplace, washer/dryer, and four baths (2 with showers).
This is where we will be holding all of our community activities.  Anyone who would like to stay at the bunkhouse will share bathrooms, kitchen and living spaces.  The cost to stay is $250 per family or $100 per person.  This might be a fun place for teens to stay but the common area IS NOT a specific youth hang out place although everyone will certainly be hanging out there during community activities.  While our previous community space had specific hours of use, we have the bunkhouse full time.  BUT, there are community hours for the use of the space to give those who are staying there some quiet time as well.  It will be available Sunday, 6pm-10pm; Monday, 11am-10pm; Tuesday, 11am-10pm. Please respect these hours as there are several families staying at the Bunkhouse. The kitchen space (and the food therein) is to be respected and not for community use.  It should also be stated that this is a commercial kitchen with a large gas stove, please be sure to use hood fan when cooking.  Snacks for community use will be provided by us on a table in the common area, anyone is welcome to add to it at any time.

In the past we have had a hang out cabin for the kids.  With the limited number of cabins available at this location, having such a space is not feasible.  One thing I’ve noticed over the years is that the kids in the hang out cabin tend to have small clusters of kids hanging out with each other and not one large group.  If one family of each of these small clusters would like to volunteer their cabin for occasional hanging out that would work nicely.  Our cabin has always been an alternate hang out space and we always welcome it and enjoy hosting whoever wants to hang out with us.  This won’t change with the new location, so as long as one of us is there feel free to stop by.
We rent the pavilion as an extra space for hanging out and workshops as well as the dance and potluck overflow.

Springmaid Mountain Family Campground
The campground offers campsites suitable for primitive camping. no electricity.  Bathhouse with showers, latrines, and sinks available. A Dining Shelter is available for refrigerator and electricity use and sink but no hot water.
Tent Sites - $175
These are outfitted with a lantern post and fire ring with a grill. no electric.

Screen Shelters - $190
Three screen shelters are available for those who want the experience of camping without having to stay in a tent or outdoors. Each shelter sleeps six. Wood siding on three sides with screen on the front side. They have 3 sets of bunks in them with mattresses. You bring your own sleeping bag and pillow. There are lights and electric plug in them as well.

The cost to attend ARGH without renting a cabin, bunkhouse or campsite is $100 (or $25 per day) per family for the 4 day event.

Activities Available for an additional charge:  Trail Rides on Horseback and Hay Rides.
Hiking is free!

Please read the group FAQ. Even if you've read it in the past, do so again as it changes each gathering and there are things that are always good to be reminded of.

Monday, July 7, 2014

FALL 2014 DETAILS

Check In: October 26, 2014 at 4 pm - Pick up your keys and packets at the office, there is an after hours pick up as well so go to the office even if it's after 5.
Check Out: October 30, 2014 at 10 am (this is one hour earlier than their official check out time because as a group we tend to take longer) - Leave your keys in cabins on table and LEAVE DOORS UNLOCKED.

Since the choices of accommodations at Springmaid Mountain are varied there are several options for your stay.  They are fine with allowing us to bring air mattresses to increase the number of people we can put in the cabins but we don’t want them overflowing so much that we risk damaging the property.  So please be respectful of their generosity when occupying the cabins. If I feel you are choosing a cabin that is too small for your needs I will suggest a different one.

IMPORTANT: There are a lot of ponds on the property, please watch young children carefully. 

NOTE: The PER FAMILY charge on shared and single family cabins means YOUR family, if you are bringing extra children from other families there is an extra $50 charge per person. Also when 2 families share a single family cabin there will be an additional $75 charge on the cabin.

Single Family Cabins - These cabins are small but if you want to try to fit 2 SMALL families you can.
Smaller Single Family Cabins, 4 to choose from
Sweet Bay Campground Cabins (2) - $485
Cozy one bedroom cabins, convenient to the campground, pond and hiking trails.  Cabins have one queen size bed, living room, wood stove, kitchen and one bath.
Trillium Mountain Efficiencies (2) - $485
Efficiencies have two queen beds, one bathroom and a kitchenette.  Convenient to trout ponds and hiking trails.

Larger Single Family Cabins, 6 to choose from
River’s Edge Cabins (4) - $565
Newly remodeled duplexes with levels rented together or separate.  Connecting stairs allow for privacy or togetherness.  Convenient to fishing pond and waterfall hiking trails.  Cabin includes a living room with wood stove, kitchen, two bedrooms (one with a queen, the other with two twins) and 1 ½ baths. Lower levels have a porch for rocking and relaxing.
Wrangler and Angler Pondside Cabins (2) - $615
Newly remodeled cabins are secluded and have a relaxing view of the fishing pond and quiet mountainside.  Each cabin has 2 bedrooms, one queen and two twin beds, living room, wood stove, kitchen, a shower and 2 half baths.  The Angler Pondside Cabin is handicapped accessible.
Whispering Pines Cabin - $615
Comfortable cabin with a scenic view of the North Toe River. Convenient to our horse stables, fishing ponds and waterfall hiking trails. Cabin has a great room, two bedrooms downstairs, sleeping loft, wood stove, kitchen and one bath, and front and back porches.

Shared Family Cabins – These are much larger cabins and can accommodate several small families easily.  To make sure that we cover costs and have a nice sized gathering I have set a minimum number of families for each of these cabins.  The cost for sharing a cabin is $350 per family.
Trillium Mountain Suite (1)
The Trillium Suite is adjacent to the Trillium Efficiency cabins and is convenient to the trout ponds and hiking trails.  Horse stables are only a five minute walk from the Trillium complex.  The Suite has 3 bedrooms, four twin beds and one queen bed, a living room, wood stove, kitchen, two baths and balcony.  minimum of 2 families can rent this cabin for $350 each or 1 family for $700.
Timber Oaks Lodge (1)
This rustic, five bedroom cabin is the most centrally located cabin and includes 5 bedrooms, eight twin beds and two queens, a great room, wood stove, kitchen, dishwasher, washer/dryer and 3 baths.  This cabin is quite spacious!  minimum of 5 families can rent this cabin for $350 each (each family gets 1 bedroom). If less families PLAN to reserve the space (and distribute the bedrooms as desired) then the costs per family would be 4 for $435 each, 3 for $580 each, 2 for $875 each, or 1 for $1750.

The Bunkhouse
A dormitory-style bunk cabin with accommodations suitable for both youth and adult groups.  There is a commercial kitchen and a large multipurpose room, 16 rooms (with some doors that lock from the inside but no individual keys) with 1 bunkbed in each room (32 beds), fireplace, washer/dryer, and four baths (2 with showers).
This is where we will be holding all of our community activities.  Anyone who would like to stay at the bunkhouse will share bathrooms, kitchen and living spaces.  The cost to stay is $225 per family or $100 per person.  This might be a fun place for teens to stay but the common area IS NOT a specific youth hang out place although everyone will certainly be hanging out there during community activities.  While our previous community space had specific hours of use, we have the bunkhouse full time.  BUT, there are community hours for the use of the space to give those who are staying there some quiet time as well.  It will be available Sunday, 6pm-10pm; Monday, 11am-10pm; Tuesday, 11am-10pm. Please respect these hours as there are several families staying at the Bunkhouse. The kitchen space (and the food therein) is to be respected and not for community use.  It should also be stated that this is a commercial kitchen with a large gas stove, please be sure to use hood fan when cooking.  Snacks for community use will be provided by us on a table in the common area, anyone is welcome to add to it at any time.

In the past we have had a hang out cabin for the kids.  With the limited number of cabins available at this location, having such a space is not feasible.  One thing I’ve noticed over the years is that the kids in the hang out cabin tend to have small clusters of kids hanging out with each other and not one large group.  If one family of each of these small clusters would like to volunteer their cabin for occasional hanging out that would work nicely.  Our cabin has always been an alternate hang out space and we always welcome it and enjoy hosting whoever wants to hang out with us.  This won’t change with the new location, so as long as one of us is there feel free to stop by.
We rent the pavilion as an extra space for hanging out and workshops as well as the dance and potluck overflow.

Springmaid Mountain Family Campground
The campground offers campsites suitable for tents, pop-ups, campers and RVs.  Bathhouse with showers, latrines, and sinks available.
Tent Sites - $175
These are outfitted with a lantern post and fire ring with a grill.

Camper and RV Sites - $225
These have water and electrical connections.  A separate dump station is located on the grounds. Camper sites suitable for units up to 36’ in length.

Screen Shelters - $190
Three screen shelters are available for those who want the experience of camping without having to stay in a tent or outdoors. Each shelter sleeps six. Wood siding on three sides with screen on the front side. They have 3 sets of bunks in them with mattresses. You bring your own sleeping bag and pillow. There are lights and electric plug in them as well.

The cost to attend ARGH without renting a cabin, bunkhouse or campsite is $100 (or $25 per day) per family for the 4 day event.

Activities Available for an additional charge:  Trail Rides on Horseback and Hay Rides.
Hiking is free!

Please read the group FAQ. Even if you've read it in the past, do so again as it changes each gathering and there are things that are always good to be reminded of.