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March 17, 2012 (Boulevard) -- Veterans and their families are invited to come geocaching on Saturday, April 7th and to enjoy inexpensive camping ($10-$15) at Sacred Rocks Reserve during April.  The privately owned campground has set aside the month of April to say thanks for the sacrifices of veterans and their families.

Owner and Staff are extending appreciation for military service by offering their best - the gift of peace and quiet and simply being with family. Sacred Rocks wishes to stand apart from regular Memorial Day deals with a whopping 78% off.

Veterans and their families may experience inexpensive camping, wild games that encompass the 160 acre reserve, and an incredible night sky.  

Located a mere hour east of San Diego in the mountain community of Boulevard, Sacred Rocks is a family and dog friendly campground that is a wonderful setting for families to connect in deeper ways than ever. 

Activities for Veterans and their families are just for kicks:
Geocaching Hunt on Saturday before Easter 
Guided Fitness hike around the Reserve
Photo safari - shoot wildflowers, learn better techniques
Labyrinth walk to Pray for Peace
Nature Scavenger Hunt
Drumming at Drum Circle by the sacred rocks
Campfires - s'mores, singing [bring your guitars]  

Reservations are recommended. Camping and 30amp hookups are $10 per night, 50amp rigs are only $15; for 2 adults and 2 kids. See website for more about the campground.   Located at 1331 Shasta Way, Boulevard, CA 91905.

Contact Information:  Sharon Ann Courmousis  619-295-5151 or email


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