Crossroads of America Council - Camp & View - Total Eclipse

Starting A Registration
How to start a new registration.
My Account - Part 1
My Account Basics
My Account - Part 2
Importing, Managing, and Using a Personal Roster
Parent Portal - Parents Guide
How parents can update registrations.

Appropriate Clothing

  • Pack layers! Spring weather can be unpredictable, so layering is your best option. Make sure all outer layers are either waterproof or water resistant, lightweight windbreaker jacket from For under layers, be sure to avoid cotton. It dries too slowly, which will leave you chilled if it rains.
  • Spring nights can still be cold, so pack warm pajamas.
  • Bring a pair of sturdy, water proof boots. Ideally, ones that go over your ankles and offer plenty of support for hiking.
  • Pack plenty of socks, and hats and gloves if the predicted weather in your area will be cold. These items are the most likely to get wet, so having extra is always a good ideal

Camping Gear

  • Bringing a 3 or 4 season tent is very important since it will provide adequate protection against rain and wind.
  • Check the weather and choose which sleeping pad and bag will best fit your needs and the temperature range. Typically for spring, you will want to choose a sleeping bag rated for 20-40 degrees.
  • A waterproof or water resistant backpack is also a good idea to bring in case you plan on hiking and being away from the campsite during the day.
  • Bring plenty of food and water.
  • Starting a fire during the rainy season isn't easy so bring a Firecrafter
  • Pack a portable stove, cooking fuel, cooking pans, utensils, plates, bowls, and mugs. (Patrol Box)
  • Don't forget a blanket or a chair to bring to the Aquatics field to enjoy the Total Eclipse

Camp & View - Total Eclipse
April 06, 2024 12:00 PM: Kikthawenund Solar Eclipse Weekend
Camp Kikthawenund

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