Monstro Camp Oregon

Camp out at Monstro Camp Oregon, the infrequent and audacious campout of the Monster Rangers. Participate in song, story, and ceremony – and celebrate the Monsters with our community of kind, quirky folks.

Button Reserve Your CampsiteThe CAMPSITE purchase reserves you:

  • 1 automobile pass (Please carpool)
  • 1 campsite (It may include more than one tent – can include a whole family!)
  • 2 exclusive Monstro Camp 2018 Spirit Badges
  • Entry into all Monster Ranger activities

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STARTS

12 Noon August 10, 2018

ENDS

11:00 am August 5, 2018

WHERE

Champoeg State Heritage Area – Blue Heron Group Camp

Champoeg State Heritage Area
7679 CHAMPOEG RD NE
ST PAUL  OR  97137


Directions to Champoeg State Heritage Area

From Highway I-5 north or south, take exit 278 (Donald/Aurora). Follow State Park signs 6 miles west to park entrance.
From highway 99W (Newberg area), take Highway 219 south (toward St. Paul), 3 miles to Champoeg Road. Turn left on Champoeg Road and drive 3 miles east to park entrance.
From airport (PDX), Airport Way, take I-205 south (Portland). Drive 25 miles south on I-205 to junction with I-5 south (Salem). Drive south on I-5, 10 miles to exit 278, (Donald/Aurora). Exit the freeway and follow the State Park signs 6 miles west to park entrance.

WHAT

  • An ADULT CAMPOUT that is kid friendly
  • Creative Workshops
  • Games
  • Tea & Stitches with Dawna
  • Hiking
  • Pot Luck Supper Friday & Saturday eve
  • Secret Ceremonies
  • Songs
  • An escape from technology
  • Fun with our quirky community
  • Monsters!

SCHEDULE

— RECEIVING TRANSMISSION SOON —

WHO

  • All-Ages
  • Friends of Steam Crow
  • Monster Scouts
  • GLBT Friendly
  • Everyone is welcome
  • Hosted by Daniel & Dawna of Steam Crow

WHY

  • We are fun
  • A creative reset is empowering
  • It’s nice to get out of your routine
  • We believe in monsters
  • Because we cannot be stopped (by Monsterologists)

Notes:

  • Site features picnic tables, large group fire pit, water, vault toilet and electrical outlet
  • There is a $5 car pass per day (including if you come for just the day.) Paid for at the park gate.
  • No tickets will be sent out; check-in at the Monster Rangers tent
  • Additional Monstro Camp badges will be available on site, while supplies last!
  • No refunds if you can’t make it

Button Reserve Your Campsite

Reserve your camp before they sell out!


Quicklinks:

  • Release Form <- Please fill out! Required!
  • Monstro Camp Oregon Schedule PDF (Print it and bring it!)
  • Potluck Spreadsheet – so we all don’t bring the same thing. Fill it out!

Campground Information & Policies

Only one vehicle is included with standard camp fees. A second vehicle kept at a campsite (or alternate parking area) is subject to a nightly Extra Vehicle fee.
The nightly Extra Vehicle fee is currently $7.00.

There is an $8 reservation fee per site reserved.

Call center reservations are available Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm at 800-452-5687.

Contact Information:
Champoeg State Heritage Area
7679 CHAMPOEG RD NE
ST PAUL  OR  97137
Phone Number: (503) 678-1251

About The Author

Steam Crow

Daniel has a lifelong fascination with Monsters, Halloween, illustration, pen & paper rpgs, collecting miniatures, watching movies, and listening to and playing music. He's been a graphic designer since 1994; Monster Rangers is a culmination of all of his personal projects in one. He lives in Arizona with Dawna and Goblin, and runs the Steam Crow.

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