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2017 Camping Schedule

The 2017 MCBC monthly camping trips for May through October are scheduled for Sunday through Friday except September and October, which are Monday to Friday. At least 3 to 4 days of rides or other activities are planned for each event with rides of 20 to 50 miles. Canoeing, kayaking and hiking are often available, as well as cultural events or attractions and shopping. Contact the hosts for the trip to get more information and to let them know you are planning to come. Maps, cue sheets, pot luck info and final details are usually only provided to those who plan to attend via e-mail. Non-camping and non-riding members are encouraged to join in on the trips at nearby motels, which can be found on the internet or from the hosts. Web sites for each campground have additional information and directions. Thirty-six members participated last year, with more staying in motels than the campground, so don’t miss the good times, great food and beautiful scenery.

For more information about MCBC camping trips, contact any host or the Foins, 815-678-2132, or .

Download a copy of the schedule here: redarrow

 

September 11-15: Madison, Wisconsin (Monday-Friday)

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Co-Leaders: Bob Kling, 630-843-0096, ; Jeff and Mary Ann Bott, 847-477-5865,

LAKE FARM PARK CAMPGROUND, 3101 Lake Farm Road. 608-246-3896, lake_farm

Bob and the Botts will be leading this weekday only trip, with no campground reservations necessary; electric-only sites, 20-30-50 amp. Reservations can be made if you have a favorite site. Several road and trail rides are available for all bikers as well as everything that Madison has to offer.

Let them know if you plan to attend because a pot luck is planned.

 

October 2-6: Starved Rock State Park, Illinois (Monday-Friday)

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Leader: Joanna Hosteny, 773-779-3251,

STARVED ROCK STATE PARK CAMPGROUND, Utica, Illinois, starved_rock

Enjoy the usual beautiful fall color and temperatures. This will be a weekday only trip utilizing the large, open sites at the campground, electric only, mostly 20-30 amp. All sites can now be reserved. Rides and hiking to suit the weather, and the lodge or motels for dining and non-campers.