DIRTYBIRD Campout Reveals Ironbird Championship and 50+ Games and Activities for October 7-9 Festival at Oak Canyon Park in Silverado, CA
New This Year – Moonlight Capture the Flag, Wood Carving Workshop, Pizza Social, Wood Carving, Drunken Waiter, Sing Along, Late Night Star Hike, Entertainment Hour, Campout Cornhole Tournament and much more
Break out your best Moonrise Kingdom attire and get to work on your stamina: it’s time to start prepping for the second annual DIRTYBIRD Campout. Outside of three days and nights’ worth of booty-shaking beats, your counselors have created a jam-packed schedule designed to test your strength and willpower – offering 50+ games and activities for Campout 2016.
Once you’ve staked your claim at Oak Canyon Park, campers with a competitive streak are encouraged to register onsite at the Games HQ for the Color Team Tournament, where they’ll be randomly assigned to one of four colors (Purple, Green, Red, or Orange) comprising a riotous mix of campers, staff, and DIRTYBIRD artists. Teams will vie for the top spot by playing as many zany games as they can. Campers can try to outrun J.Phlip in moonlight capture the flag, ousting Justin Martin in Karaoke, learn wood carving with Worthy, sip root beer floats with Grillson, or take on the night with Christian Martin on a group late night star hike. All games will be tallied, and team rankings will be on display for all to see.
New this year is the Ironbird Championship , where the top two teams will go head-to-head at a series of field games, nonsensical sports, and shenanigans set up in relay race fashion. After battling through tug-o-war, potato sack races, and boat relays—to name just a few—the team with the best time will win the honor of having their respective color flag raised on the Campout flagpole, along with a full year’s bragging rights.
Will the Purple team manage a back-to-back reign? Will the Green or Orange teams get their first taste of victory? Or will the Red team pull off the upset in their debut year? Whoever it is, one thing’s for sure: there’s never been a better time to play Dirty(bird).