Event Registration

Below is a list of all events that are currently open for registration. Click on the event name to proceed.
Event Date PriceCapacityAvailable
  Acadia Camping! Lamoine State Park
 Moderator: Tom Delisle
08-10-2017 - 08-13-2017
04:00 pm - 12:00 pm
FREE 30 17

Join us for a long weekend of camping at Lamoine State Park in Lamoine, Maine. The campground is secluded wonderful place across Frenchman Bay from Acadia National Park. We have reserved a large group area with plenty of room for everyone. The campground has great facilities. The Acadia affords great opportunities for hiking, biking the National Park bike trails, and kayaking both Frenchman Bay and local lakes. Rentals are available for biking and kayaking.

  Self guided tour of Mount Auburn Cemetery/Lunch
 Moderator: Murray Wheeler Jr
11:00 am - 02:30 pm
FREE 30 27

We will take a self guided touron a ninety-minute walk through this unique and iconic cemetery, landscaped 150 years ago by Frederick Law Olmsted.  The guide will highlight both the graves of the many historic people who are buried there and also the many beautiful trees and other plantings.  Afterward, we'll have lunch at the nearby Sofra restaurant.  

  Groton Town Forest hike
 Moderator: charlie galo
10:00 am - 03:00 pm
FREE Unlimited Unlimited

Please join us for a hike in the Groton Town Forest. Our 7 mile, relatively flat route will take us along the Nashua, Squannacook and Dead rivers.


  Fall Camping Jamboree on the Outer Cape, Truro, MA
 Moderator: Tom Delisle
09-08-2017 - 09-10-2017
04:00 pm - 04:00 pm
$ 70.00 30 29

This fall we are heading to the Outer Cape for a camping weekend in the woods of Truro. The outer Cape and the Cape Cod National Seashore affords the opportunity to hike, kayak, and to bike on the Cape Cod Rail Trail. Some are arriving on Thursday. If you would like to please contact Tom at Thikenow@Hotmail.com to coordinate with our campsite reservations. We will be camping at the North of Highland Camping Area campground. Camping on the outer Cape is at a premium and the cost of the weekend is $70 including uncrowded campsites (2-4 members a site) and breakfast. 

  Great Island Hike, Cape Cod National Seashore
 Moderator: Tom Delisle
10:30 am - 03:30 pm
FREE 20 20

Join us for an easy seven mile hike out on Great Island in Wellfleet, MA. On this hike we will explore two islands connected by barrier beaches and hike out to Jeremy's Point in Cape Cod Bay at the far entrance of Wellfleet Harbor. This hike is on well worn cart paths and beach trails through the most undeveloped land on Cape Cod. Much of Great Island is in the condition as it was before the arrival of man.

  Block Island Cycling (+ Hiking)
 Moderator: Gary Norman
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
FREE Unlimited Unlimited

Please join us for a day of cycling 15 miles around the beautiful rolling countryside of Block Island. 

  White Mountain Camping, Columbus Day Weekend
 Moderator: Tom Delisle
10-06-2017 - 10-09-2017
05:00 pm - 12:00 pm
$ 25.00 8 7

Come Join us for a weekend of camping in the White Mountains on Columbus Day weekend. We have two sites available at the Covered Bridge Campground on the Kangamangas Highway in Albany, NH. Fall colors should be at their peak this weekend and there are plenty of opportunities for hikes of all difficulty levels. Plans are to go to the  Fryeburg Fair on Saturday and to hike on Sunday but feel free to come camp and do what ever pleases you. 

  Fall Activity Day Camping Weekend
 Moderator: Jeff Mee
10-13-2017 - 10-15-2017
03:00 pm - 02:00 pm
FREE 8 6

Camping Weekend at Frosty Hollow Camp Site, the only official campsite within the Arcadia Wildlife Management Area. The only sounds you hear at night are the wildlife and your fellow campers snoring. There is a small lean-to and plenty space to find a spot for your tent so you won't feel crowded. There is a maximum of 8 campers allowed and a $10 per person fee to cover the cost of the campsite

  Fall Activities Day
 Moderator: Jeff Mee
10:00 am - 03:30 pm
FREE 50 49

This year the Fall Activities Day will be a little more inland and less subject to the weather, it is being held at the Arcadia Wildlife Management area in Exeter, East Greenwich and Hope Valley, RI.

At over 14,000 mostly forested acres, the Arcadia Management Area is the state’s largest recreational area, offering a great variety of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. eXtreme Croquet, fishing, boat/kayak/canoe, hiking and mountain biking to name a few activities. There are no bike or boat rentals in the management area, but there are rentals available a few miles away. Miles upon miles of gravel roads and well marked and maintained trails entice hikers. These same trails are often used by mountain bikers or horseback riders so all users need to act responsibly, show courtesy, and “share the road”.