Calling all Treeples! Reservations close Sept 16th

You are invited you to attend “The Stateside Rendezvous” honoring Abe Winters dedication to recreational tree climbing, juvenile rehabilitation and experiential education, and of course climb trees with other Treeples. 

Opening at Noon on Thursday, September 27th with departure by noon Sunday September 30th.  

Hard Labor Creek State Park is located 55 miles due east of Atlanta Georgia.

The gate is 6 miles north of Interstate 20 at the Rutledge/Newborn exit number 105.

We have reserved 20 two-bedroom Cottages along the south side of Lake Brantley, each with a full kitchen and at least one full bath, bed linens and towels provided and reserved 20 camp sites for those with tents or Campers. Tent and RV sites are also available.  

Meals and meetings will be held at Group Shelter 1 where we will circle up each morning after breakfast and then each evening at 5pm to socialize at our community dinners. 

Meal service is not an option at this state park, but the shelter has a commercial kitchen and each cottage has a full kitchen. Stan and volunteers will prepare traditional and vegetarian breakfast and dinner, for vegan or other diet restrictions you will have to prepare yourself or assist.

Pack a sack lunch bar will be available after breakfast.

Saturday night we will have a special program to honor Abe.

Fees are per person based on your lodging selection on a first come first served basis.

$  90 per night for a Tent site or a pad for your RV Camper

$110 per night for a bed in a Cottage

$  50 per day for a Day Pass to climb on site

$    5 per car per day paid at the gate or you can use your Georgia “ParkPass”  

Events and Activities will be planned by those who wish to organize their own circles so post whatever you would like to participate. 

For example: Friday night after dinner those who attended the Costa Rice Rendezvous or those who attended any other international expedition should share.  

We need volunteers for events such as:

Climbing Technique workshops; Axe Tossing contest; Climb with Abe; Tree Golf throw line contest; Tree-Verse; Yoga; plus more as we get volunteers to organize.