Ride for Kids, Ride for Camp Hebron!
Ride for Kids, Ride for Camp Hebron! This year's destination is Fishkill, NY - the beautiful and picturesque Hudson Valley!
June 7th meet at Oregon Dairy Restaurant for Breakfast at 6:45 am at 2900 Oregon Pike, Lititz
8:00am Leave for Hawks Nest Route 97 Port Jervis, NY
Gas and rest stops
Arrive at Camp Deer Park for lunch and tour of camp
Head to Hotel- The Quality Inn, Fishkill, NY
Saturday morning – Continental Breakfast
Some Saturday excursion options will include:
The Hudson Valley has magnificent landscapes and is known for its beauty, culture and great charm. Riders will have several options to choose from including mansion & museum tours & shopping in Hyde Park, and seeing spectacular views at places like Bear Mountain Overlook and Kent Falls. Riders will have the opportunity to enjoy a lunch at a local tavern and savor a meal from the infamous Culinary Institute on Saturday evening.
This is the perfect opportunity to take in the beautiful scenery while raising money for camperships. Camp Hebron maintains a campership fund that allows children to come to camp regardless of their financial situation. The Motorcycle Weekend benefits this fund and gives you a chance to be a part of Camp Hebron's mission to cultivate a sanctuary where people connect with God, nature, and each other. Don't miss this event.
The prices below include a $50 donation toward Camp Hebron. Giving extra is welcomed!
Questions? Contact Tammy Briggs at 717-896-3441 or email@example.com.
We’re Heading to the Hudson Valley so ride for kids and ride for Camp Hebron for this spectacular motorcycle weekend! This event will benefit Camp Hebron's Campership Program
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