Winter Challengers really like to camp
Yes, you can definitely camp out for the Winter Challenge! Matter of fact, you can camp out Friday and Saturday if you please. Camping is a popular option every year, and to a lot of folks, this is one of the best things about Winter Challenge weekend.
For campers, we ask $15 per head. This includes the pre-race meal on Friday night, all the well-water you can drink, an outlet inside to plug in your iPhone, and the opportunity to chill out with other brave souls around the bonfire or our pot-bellied stove. Plus, you'll probably get to help us fill up swag bags, which we'll greatly appreciate.
If you are camping, please ask around for one of us brohams to check in and get your welcome bag (compliments of Hutto's Transmission!) upon arrival. Camping check-in is very much on the honor system (and there is a lot going on), so we do appreciate your making it easy on us.
Are campfires cool?
Yes, everyone generally agrees that campfires are cool, at least in a manner of speaking. And though we'd love to have you over to the much bigger and more extravagant bonfire with everyone else, we also don’t mind if you have your own little fire next to your little tent or camper. We simply ask that you keep them relatively small and completely under control while hot, extinguish them at night and make the disappear upon departure.
Why is that RV rocking back and forth?
Though there are a few water and electrical outlets onsite, we ask that all RV's plan to be self-supported, sans dedicated hookups.
Feel free to stick around for Saturday night as well, but definitely plan on hanging out long enough to help us straighten the place up on Sunday. Also, if you are staying thru Saturday night, you'll want to plan ahead provision-wise, since there will be no organized dinner or breakfast of any sort. Of course, we'll share our pot of coffee, but you get the idea.
If you need more info on camping, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you know you're going to camp one or both nights, use the form below to give us a heads up, even if you've already dropped us a note (please and thanks).
Nature Adventures and sister company On Purpose Adventures will be renting camping gear to anyone in need. And though the plan is to bring plenty of spares, we recommend you give them a shout to reserve the goods.
For more info or to reserve, call (843) 568-3222
Tent Rental (per night)
2-person $10 - Fits 2 comfortably
4-person $12 - Fits 3 comfortably
8-person $15 - Fits 6 comfortably
10-person$15 - Fits 8 comfortably
Other items to make your stay more luxurious
Sleeping bags / pads $10 pp / per night (40 degree bags)
Sleeping liner inserts $3pp/night (adds 15 degrees to bag)
Jet boil $10
Camp Stove $15 1 burner / 1 griddle / propane included
Camp Cookware $5 pp / per night Pots, pans, plastic utensils, plates, cups
Dry bags $3