DOD Fall Barbie Camp (Sisters)

October 23 - 25, 2015 from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

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  • Nearby Cities:
    Sisters, Warm Springs, La Pine, Bend, Redmond
  • Region:
    Central Oregon, Southern Oregon, Willamette Valley
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Directions to Barbie Camp:

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Paste the following line into the googlemaps search window:

44.246032, -121.548683

These coordinates show exactly where you turn off Three Creeks Lake Road to get into the Barbie campsite on Whychus Creek. Now all you have to do is this:

Print the map showing the coordinates above. Bring the printed map with you.
Drive to Sisters
In downtown Sisters, turn south onto S. Elm St.
Stay on S. Elm St. Drive about 3 miles and you’ll come to the coordinates above.
Turn right off Three Creeks Lake Rd. to get into the Barbie campsite
Watch for a Barbie Camp sign along the road.Event Date : Fri, 10/23/2015 – 10:00am – Sun, 10/25/2015 – 4:00pm
Location: Sisters, OR
Join the Disciples of Dirt for a fun-filled weekend of riding, camping, eating, drinking and hanging out with friends.

New Location!
The dispersed campsite on Lake Creek near Camp Sherman, the traditional location for Fall Barbie Camp, has now been blocked off. Henceforth Fall BC will be held at the same location as Spring Barbie Camp—closer to Sisters on Whychus Creek.

Saturday and Sunday there will be group rides. On Saturday we usually shuttle Trail 99, and there are plenty of other fun rides in the area as well. Saturday night will be a potluck dinner (where the food is always amazing), followed by a giant bonfire.

We will be in a disbursed campsite so there’s nothing there—no picnic tables, no drinking water, no permanent bathrooms. DOD will arrange for a portapotty plus we’ll build big bonfires in the evenings … and we’ll have beer provided by one of our awesome sponsors. You are responsible for anything else you need. So bring a warm sleeping bag and a drinking mug, and get ready for a good time!

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