Saturday Night

Eagle Bay Camp sits on the south shores of Shuswap Lake and will mark the overnight destination for riders.

Meals:

Light snacks, chocolate milk and water will be available after the ride; and dinner Saturday evening & breakfast Sunday morning are provided.

Massage:

Optional free 20 minute session with a student from the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy before dinner.

Program:

After-dinner program includes draws for a variety of donated items, a short presentation on Wellspring’s work, presentation of The Wellspring Cup challenge trophy, and a campfire with music and hot chocolate at the lakeside (weather-permitting).

Accommodations:

Accommodation at Eagle Bay Camp is dorm style in one of two types:

  • A room in the Lodge. 4 per room in bunk beds with en-suite toilet, sink and shower (first come, first served).
  • A cabin. 8-10 per cabin in bunk beds. There is a separate shower block nearby with sinks & toilets.
  • Riders have priority.  However, if there is room, families may also be accommodated and may register as guests during the rider registration sign up.

PLEASE NOTE: You must bring your own towel, pillow, bedding (or sleeping bag) and personal effects. Please make sure your stuff is well contained (a rubbermaid tub works well) and is clearly labeled. There will be a vehicle located a the start of the ride that you can load your stuff into. It will transport all materials to Eagle Bay Camp.

Room check-in will take place upon your arrival. Check-out is immediately after breakfast.

Eagle Bay Camp is a non-smoking, non-alcohol facility.

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Lake2Lake Rider group on Facebook

We have created a Lake2Lake - Rider Connections group on Facebook for you to use to connect with one another. We were thinking it could be used for things like organizing training rides, or carpooling to the event, or maybe just finding times to hang out together. Please feel free to use this for L2L related communications. No pressure to join (or stay in the group if we added you!) we just want to provide a platform for you to connect easily with other riders.