Join Keeping It Wild and Edge of Night Camping Club for beginner camping at Red Top Mountain State Park. Campers arrive Saturday morning for a day of activities and one night of camping fun! Red Top is located 45 minutes north of Atlanta 1.5 miles off I-75 near Cartersville, Georgia.
Camping/Outdoor enthusiast will provide instruction on tent set up, fire starting, use of camp stove and more. Other activities include: hiking, owl prowl, s’mores and more.
Campers are responsible for transportation and bringing all meals (pack lunch, prepare simple dinner). KIW will provide camp stoves and further guidance and tips as the date gets closer.
REI will provide sleeping bags, pads, family tent, and camp stoves for the group to share. When you register, please indicate the equipment you need.
For more information about Red Top Mountain State Park, including a map and photos of the park, please visit http://gastateparks.org/RedTopMountain
What can/can't I bring to the event?
No walk up registration. This is a family event, please no pets, alcohol, smoking, drugs or vulgar language.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact Keeping It Wild at AtlantaKeepingItWild@gmail.com or 678-235-4056 (voice mail).
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
If you are unable to attend please feel free to ask another family to attend in your place.
What is the refund policy?
Full refunds are availalbe up to Friday, September 21, 2012.
When & Where
Keeping It Wild
Keeping it Wild was created in 2005 by several Atlanta citizen-advocates who perceived the need to bring together members of diverse conservation communities in order to promote better stewardship for the natural lands in our area. We promote the enjoyment of the outdoors by overcoming barriers and providing opportunities for people from diverse backgrounds, interests and experience levels to explore our natural environment in new and exciting ways. We connect diverse individuals and families to the land and each other by encouraging hands-on experiences through hikes, outings, educational opportunities and community-building partnerships.