fundraiser at the historic Sturtevant Camp

SturtevantSignFriends of Echo Mountain have posted on Facebook about a fundraiser this Sunday, January 25.  From Facebook:

Busy Sunday? There will be a fundraiser at the historic Sturtevant Camp in the Santa Anita canyon area. The camp is located approximately 4 miles from the chantry flat station. It is a easy to moderate hike through some beautiful woods. Come see the last of the great hike-in resorts! They will be serving a light lunch. Your donations are also tax-deductable! The pack train will leave Chantry at 7:30.

From Adam’s Pack Station:

Sturtevant Camp in Big Santa Anita Canyon, Angeles National Forest, is privately owned and operated by the California-Pacific Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. However it is open to the public. Cabin capacity is 40 people – camp can be made exclusive with a reservation of 20 or more.

Quarters consist of four identical cabins, each sleeping eight, a Honeymoon Cottage and the Retreat Lodge with its own kitchen and bath – sleeps 2-8. All cabins have electric lights in the evening and propane wall heaters. His & hers bath house has flush toilets and hot showers.

Common facilities include a spacious dining hall and two fireplace rooms, one with a piano and the other the converted log ranger cabin; and an outdoor chapel. The industrial kitchen is at your disposal and offers three refrigerators, two Wolf ovens, one with 6-burner top and one griddle top, and all the plates, cups, silverware, knives and utensils you could possibly need. You supply your own food. Catering services are not currently offered.

Recreation at camp includes volleyball, badminton, ping-pong, tetherball, horseshoes, croquet, zip line, big swing, games, self-guided nature walk and, of course, splashing in the creek.

Sturtevant Camp is a four mile hike from the pack station. That’s the same distance as a round trip to the waterfall. Once there, you’ll be amazed that all of this is in the middle of the forest, miles from any road, and that most of it came in, bit by bit, on the backs of donkeys.

You can find out more about Adams’ Pack Station HERE.

You can find out more about HERE and on the Adams’ Pack Station website HERE.

See y’all on Sunday!


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