You can easily walk from one end of Camp Navarro to the other in less than 10 minutes, so bikes are certainly not necessary. However, if you choose to bring a bike, please note that we reserve the right to confiscate bikes of people not adhering to the rules listed below. Safety is our primary concern.
- All children must wear helmets and closed toed shoes while biking.
- No biking (or walking or hanging out) on Masonite Industrial Road – This is a VERY DANGEROUS road frequented by fast moving logging trucks.
- Bikers must always 1) be in fully in control while riding, 2) travel at a reasonable speed and 3) give pedestrians the right of way.
- When down by the music, bikes must be parked in the designated Bike Parking Area near Check-In.
- No bike riding after dark – Rocks, roots and ruts are just too much of a risk when you can’t see them.
- No bikes on the grass. This is a high traffic area and bikes left on the grass create a tripping hazard.
- No “off road” biking – Bikes must stay on the developed roads throughout camp so that they do not negatively impact the natural beauty of Camp Navarro.