Spaces are still available for “Family Camp” at Circle V Ranch in Los Padres National Forest, near Lake Cachuma.
The public is invited to attend the all-ages “sleep-over” camp experience from Friday, Aug. 17 through Sunday, Aug. 19.
According to Camp Director Ray Lopez, both cabins and tent spaces are still available. Campers stay in air-conditioned log cabins or traditional canvas tents. There is no TV, radio or Internet access, which is meant to enhance the camp experience.
Circle V Ranch Camp was founded by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Los Angeles Council in 1945 and has been located on 30 acres in Los Padres National Forest in Santa Barbara County since 1990.
Available activities include archery, hiking, swimming in a pool, arts and crafts, painting, ping pong, soccer, and basketball on the new Huston Sports Court, as well as miniature golf.
Fees for the Circle V Ranch Family Camp include six meals, lodging, all activities and supervised fun. A private cabin accommodating up to 10 people in a family or group is $650; sharing a cabin with others is $115 per adult, $75 for children ages 4-15, and free for children under age 4. A traditional canvas tent sleeping six is $360.
Shower and restroom facilities are adjacent to every cabin and tent. Reservations and payments are due by Friday, Aug. 10, and are first come, first confirmed.
For more information or to receive the family camp application, contact Lopez at 688-5252 or email@example.com.