Summer Campout

Hello Friends,


     Well here we are, summer is in full swing….. erm well as full as it can get under the current conditions. We WILL be hosting the Annual Campout at Hartman Creek State Park Sept 8-11, 2022. This is an outdoor event so we will have plenty of room to spread out.


We encourage all who attend to please respect your friends, wear a mask, and maintain social distance standards of 6 ft. (please do this for the safety of others).


We will have a dinner break/group dinner(of sorts) so we can all eat dinner around the same time, however, it will not be the traditional potluck, please bring food and drink to cover you and your family as we don’t see a safe system for hosting the traditional potluck.


Park Stickers – you are required to have a park sticker on your vehicle. The park offices are closed so you must order a park sticker in advance. You can purchase your sticker by following the link found on the DNR’s webpage. When you click on the link you will be redirected to a third-party site that manages sales.


Alternatively, you can call the DNR @ 1-888-305-0398 (have your credit card ready)


What:    Green Apple Annual Campout

When:   Sept. 8-11

Where:  Hartman Creek State Park

                N2480 Hartman Creek Rd.

                Waupaca WI 54981



Your Green Apple Board


Join us at a four-day campout at Hartman Creek State Park, just west of Waupaca in August.  Come one day or enjoy four days of camping and music in a beautiful outdoor setting.  We're usually in Group Site #2.


Dean says: Please bring your own eatage, drinkage, tentage, and instrumentage.  Be prepared to have a good time.  Swim suits optional, but recommended.  Bicycles if you got 'em.  Hiking shoes a smart idea. Chair to relax upon around the campfile.  Potluck dinner on Saturday.


If you're not a camper, join us for just a day.  Admission to the campout is free, but a state park sticker is required.

You can find us here:

Green Apple Folk Music Society


Call Dean 920.982.2890

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