Our Gathering Location for 2023
October 27 Check-in at 4 pm to October 29, 2023 Check-out by 3 pm
We, the Men of The Leadership Council, are excited and pleased to announce that we have confirmed reservation for Cabin Camp 5 in the Prince William Forest Park (in our Nation’s National Park system) near Triangle, Virginia as the setting of our 2023 Chesapeake Men’s Gathering! This is the same Park as our 2022 Gathering, but a different Cabin Camp, that is, Cabin Camp 5.
About the Cabin Camp 5
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For 2023 we have confirmed reservations for October 27-29, 2023 in Cabin Camp 5.
Cabin Camp 5 is set up in two units with cabins that sleeps 2 to 4 people and larger dorm buildings that sleep 26. In the dorm buildings, there are lights, electrical outlets, bunks and mattresses, showers and restrooms. Dorm buildings have heat, but no air conditioning. In each cabin, there are lights, electrical outlets, bunks and mattresses. Sleeping cabins do not have heat or air conditioning. Campers should bring all gear including bedding, pillows, and towels.
Each unit has a central restroom with showers. The two dorms in each unit also have restrooms and showers. There are also restrooms located in the dining hall and infirmary. Campers are responsible for cleaning and sanitizing floors, shower stalls, sinks, and toilets. Plungers and toilet brushes are provided. Campers should bring hand soap, detergents, and other necessary toiletries. Toilet paper is provided.
Sleeping is not permitted in the craft lodges. Groups may use the fireplaces inside the craft lodges, per fire code.
Groups may use the outside fire pits and fireplaces in the dining hall and craft lodges.
The infirmary sleeps 10 people and has a refrigerator and a private restroom with a shower.
Cabin Camp 5 has a designated parking area. One vehicle is permitted to remain at the dining hall throughout your encampment. If a member of your group has a vehicle with a handicap license plate or valid hangtag, they are permitted to remain parked at the dining hall. No other vehicles are authorized to remain parked at the dining hall or any other buildings within the cabin camp. Campers are allowed to park at the dining hall to unload vehicles, but once they are unloaded they must be parked in the designated parking area. No more than two vehicles can be parked behind the dining hall at one time. It is recommended that visitors carpool as much as possible.