What's an "undernight?
An "undernight" is not an overnight! It is a space where troops can practice their camping skill all day long in the woods at Camp Lakamaga and still go home to their comfy beds. If you need some outdoor training, check out our Volunteer Training calendar or reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. Read on to find out more....
Your "Campsite" for the Day
Each troop who comes to the "undernight" will be assigned an open-sided, covered shelter with picnic tables. Your area includes a fire ring, fire safety equipment (bucket, shovel, rake) and firewood is freely available. Water pumps are close by.
Your troop plans their meals ahead of camp, brings their own food to camp, and cooks their own food over their own firepit with the fire they've built themselves from tinder and kindling they've collected in the woods.
Your troop can practice their clove hitches by putting up a dunk bag line. Then practice sanitary clean up with the 3 bin camp sink system.