FALLBROOK CAMPUS EVENT FOR ADULTS
Join Fallbrook Campus pastor, JD Larson, and Life Groups pastor, Dave Enns, together with their wives rafting down Klamath River. It’s an adventure of a lifetime with nature, community, and most importantly with our God! Spots are limited and sign-ups are on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Frequently Asked Questions
Trip will be from Thursday, July 14-Monday, 18. We will be rafting for roughly 5-6 hours a day on July 15, 16, and 17.
Pastors Dave Enns and JD Larson will be sharing daily to encourage your spiritual journey and have a lot of fun.
Count on 3 days of professionally guided rafting, waterfall hikes, relaxing on sand bars and soaking in the pristine wilderness. Plenty of free time leaves you lots of options each afternoon. Running to town (Happy Camp) for ice, ice cream, pizza or wifi will take 30-40 minutes each way.
The 3 days of rafting will include long stretches of still-floating and swimming, interrupted by a number of Class II-III sections of river. You can count on bald eagle sightings, outstanding mountain views, hikes to waterfalls, lunch on a sand bar, cliff jumping and playing in a huge eddy. Professional guides provide lifejackets, paddles, lunch, coaching, and many river stories. To learn more, visit https://www.awwrafting.com/.
Married couples and single adults are all welcome. Sorry, no kiddos or pets.
Paradise Point is due west of Yreka, California just past the little town of Happy Camp in the Siskiyou Wilderness.
You have two options to get to Paradise Point:
- Travel by car: The campground is a 16-20 hour drive (820 miles) from Fallbrook.
- Travel by air: You can fly to Medford OR, rent a car and drive 120 miles to camp.
Plan to arrive at camp in the late afternoon on Thursday, July 14.
This is a tent camping experience along a remote river. You will need to bring all your own gear. Basics will include ground pad, sleeping bag, tent, flashlight, bug spray, sun screen, eating utensils and water bottles. Extras could include: cots, fishing rods (with license), quality coffee for JD to areo-press, goggles and fins, lantern, hammock, tarp for shade, cooler with ice and snacks, solar chargers and any glamping accessories that will make your tent/area AWESOME.
A packing list will be provided after registration with other options.
This is a tent camping experience and our campground has limited parking with no hook-ups. We would also like to avoid using generators. Sleeping in your pick-up truck, SUV or van are no problem but this is not the right campground for motorhomes or travel trailers.
Days are often warm with highs in the 80s and 90s—perfect for river adventures. Nights cool off and your sleeping bag will feel great.
Meals will be provided, as well as clean porta-potties and rustic showers.
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