All Masonic Organizations have their own
Special Annual Weekend!
The Following are Annual Events that happen every year, If your Group would like to stay here at the park, get your requests in right away.
CRITICAL NW -2nd weekend of July starting the previous Monday.
FOR TICKETS TO THIS EVENT: http://www.criticalnw.org/ticket/
This group is a 501c3 non-profit arts organization founded in 2005 by a community of artists in the Seattle area. Originally inspired by our shared Burning Man experiences, Ignition Northwest now fuels community through participatory arts, events, and education. Ignition Northwest provides four types of grants for art projects going to Critical Northwest. Their goal is to encourage art that represents the Ten Principles of the Burning Man community. Artists working in experimental, emerging, cross-disciplinary, and traditional categories are all encouraged to apply. This program is to help inspire and facilitate new ideas and artists. The only camping for Masons that will be allowed will be for assisting the Caretakers with maintaining the park during this event.
BURNABY KIRKLAND LODGE ANNUAL CAMPOUT - to be announced
CASCADIA - Thursday JULY 26TH -Sunday JULY 29TH
FOR TICKETS TO THIS EVENT: http://www.cascadianw.com/
This is an Arts and Music Festival hosted by the park. The only camping for Masons that will be allowed will be for assisting the Caretakers with maintaining the park during this event.
OPEN AIR DEGREE- 1st Saturday of August
RAINBOW DREAM CAMP- 2nd Weekend of August
JOB'S DAUGHTER'S - WEEKEND OF FUN- 3rd Weekend of August
Masons of Antiquity ~ Torch Light 2nd Degree - 3rd Weekend of August
AMARANTH WEEKEND- 4th weekend of August, initiation Saturday morning.
SCA BOARS HUNT JUNE 10TH-12TH AND BANNER WARS SEPTEMBER 16-18TH
The Society for Creative Anachronism is an international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating the arts and skills of pre-17th-century Europe. Our “Known World” consists of 19 kingdoms, with over 30,000 members residing in countries around the world. Members, dressed in clothing of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, attend events which feature tournaments, royal courts, feasts, dancing, various classes & workshops, and more.
Whether you like to hike, camp or just get outside with your family, this guide has tips and advice for you.
Find a scenic trail for your next hike, the perfect spot for a family vacation or a dog-friendly campground to pitch your tent.
IMPORTANT ITEMS TO KEEP IN MIND...
When you're knee deep in camping gear, it's easy to forget some of the most important items like flashlights or band aids. Before your next trip, create a must-bring bag with all ten of these camping essentials so you're never without that one thing you forgot to bring.
First Aid Kit
Burns, scratches, cuts or bumps—one of these is bound to happen on an active camping trip, making a first-aid kit one of the most important camping essentials you could bring. Don't arrive at your campsite without it, and be sure to take it on your excursions, as well.
Whether you're using it to protect the bottom of your tent or as an extra shelter at your campsite, tarps are essential. They're easy to fold, and only take up a small amount of space in your camping bags.
Lantern, Flashlight or Headlamp
Whether you're stumbling to the bathroom after dark or sneaking a midnight snack, you should always have a lantern and/or flashlight in your camping essentials box. Be sure your light source is easy to reach in the car, in the event that you arrive at your site after dark.
Alternate Weather Wear
You've checked the weather forecast for weeks—no rain, only sun. Unfortunately, the weather can change at the drop of a dime, leaving you stuck in the rain or huddling around your campfire. With an extra set of clothes, you won't have to worry about sudden weather changes; you can swap out wet clothes for dry ones or layer during a cold front.
Don't Forget Your Camera!!!
Must-Have Foods for Your Camping Trip
Cooking at the campground doesn't have to be difficult. All it takes is a little bit of planning, the right supplies and a few key ingredients.
To simplify preparation for your upcoming trips, keep a list of food to take camping.
Consider keeping a camping pantry packed with key ingredients and non-perishable foods, so each time you go camping, your staples are ready to go.
Depending on your portable kitchen, campground cooking can be quick and easy with one-pot recipes or extravagant with multiple burner stoves, camping grills and Dutch ovens.
Marinating meats, pre-cooking potatoes, and chopping veggies at home can help with cooking once you're at the campground.
Here are the key ingredients and food you should take camping every time you go: