November 3, 2023
Friday, November 03, 2023 - Saturday, November 04, 2023
Address: Camp Ground , Beggs, OK US 74421
Bring your gear to camp under the stars 45 mins south of Tulsa in Beggs, OK. Registration covers some great swag (like your campout shirt), Saturday breakfast and a to-go lunch. Our Friday night meal will be a chili cook off, if you want to participate let us know when you register (the winner will get bragging rights and a sweet prize).
Online Registration is capped at 150 guys and will close October 15th.
Here is what we know to be true:
- You can’t have too many good guys in your life.
- Anything worth having in life comes with a cost and doesn’t happen by accident. Why not choose to unplug and join other Asbury Men (and sons) at an overnight campout. There will be a chili cook off, strong coffee, and shenanigans.
Questions? Email Jake Porter:
Hosted by the Asbury Men’s Ministry
WHERE IS THE CAMPOUT?
Forty miles south of Asbury Church in Beggs, OK. We recommend carpooling. On a Friday afternoon, plan for the drive to take 50 minutes if leaving from the church.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
The registration fee is $50. This helps cover costs like firewood, food, supplies, Asbury Swag, AND port-o-johns (you’re welcome) for the campout.
ARE MEALS PROVIDED?
Yes! We’ll be having a chili competition on Friday night, a great breakfast on Saturday morning, and to-go lunch for the ride home.
WHAT DO I WEAR?
Wear comfortable clothes you don’t mind getting dirty. Long pants and closed-toe shoes are strongly suggested.
WHAT TYPE OF ACTIVITIES WILL WE BE DOING?
Bible studies, quiet time, campfires, competition, etc.
WILL I REALLY BE SLEEPING ON THE GROUND?
Yep! We’re sleeping outside under the stars, so you’ll want a tent and a sleeping bag.
CAN I BRING MY SON?
I'm glad you asked. I've recently become convinced that to build a new generation of faithful men, we need to normalize having our boys hanging around men of the church. So, yes, boys are welcome with this caveat - this is a men's campout, and we will not be making too many special accommodations for the little boys. If your young buck can hang with the big boys, i.e., sleep in a tent, eat what we're serving for dinner, be somewhat still and quiet when it is time for prayer and Bible study, etc, then bring him on. He'll be better for it and so will we!
CAN I LEAVE AND SLEEP IN MY OWN BED ON FRIDAY NIGHT?
No. You should consider this an 18-hour sabbatical. Unplug and stay with us for the duration.