Whispering Pines Winter Camp
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Whispering Pines Winter Camp
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Everyone who has been to Winter Camp at Whispering Pines knows that this is one event that you definitely don't want to miss. Located among the majestic pines of the Prescott National Forest, this group campground is a Winter Wonderland (when the weather cooperates). Enjoy professionally prepared hot meals in the indoor recreation center/dining hall, sleep in heated cabins and have lots of Winter fun in the snow. Even with no snow, there are still plenty of fun activities to keep everyone busy all weekend.

Cost includes two nights in heated cabins 4 meals (Saturday Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Sunday Breakfast) and all activities.

What to Bring: Sleeping bags, clothes, towels, toiletries, games, activities, snow gear, sleds, etc. Whispering Pines will be preparing our meals, but it’s also a good idea to bring snacks & drinks.


Think Snow!!!











Contact Information:

Whispering Pines Camp 7525 S. Mt. Tritle Rd. Prescott, AZ 86303 or at http://www.azwhisperingpines.org
Phone Number: (928) 445-1478


Directions:
Located just eight miles south of downtown Prescott. North on I-17 toward Flagstaff. North exit on AZ-69, exit number 262 towards cordes Jct. Rd./Prescott Merge onto AZ-69 going toward Prescott Valley and Prescott. Once in Prescott take the US-89 South ramp and merge onto E. Gurley Street. Turn Left onto Mt. Vernon St. (Mt. Vernon becomes Senator Hwy.) Continue on Senator Hwy (approx. 7 miles); after the pavement ends turn Right on Mt. Trittle Road (should be the 2nd right). Drive about 1/8th of a mile and you should see the Whispering Pines signs.

whispering Pines Winter Camp
Whispering Pines Winter Camp
Whispering Pines Winter Camp
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About The Camp

About The Camp: Whispering Pines Camp is nestled in the majestic pines of Arizona's Prescott National Forest.

Meals and Cleanup: Whispering pines will charge by the plate so re-use your plates and don’t hesitate to go back for seconds if there is food left. We are responsible to help set up and cleanup before and after meals. Please stick around to help our hosts out.

Please be Careful: The snow, sleds, hills and trees can make for a lot of fun, but they can also lead to injuries if we aren’t very careful. All Dads need to carefully supervise the activities and ensure everyone is being as safe as possible.

Amenities: At Whispering Pines, you'll sleep in comfortable, heated cabins in dormitory-style bunk beds. There are modern restroom facilities with hot water showers. There is a large heated dining room and indoor recreation hall with fireplace as well as an outdoor fire ring. Outdoors, there is a large open-air pavilion, several ramadas, a baseball field, basketball court, volleyball court, and an outdoor worship center overlooking the mountains.

Campout Ground Rules:

  • Quiet time 11:00PM to 6AM No loud noises during this time
  • There may be restrictions on use of off road vehicles. Be aware of these rules.
  • There may be restrictions on campfires, depending on weather conditions. Be aware of these rules
  • No alcohol
  • Leave it cleaner than you found it
  • Remember to prepay any fees due to your circle leader by the deadline
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