TSEpic Meal Options
It is a whole new world in 2016. HomeDPizzeria and Robin Hood Brewing, Elk Creek Cafe and Aleworks, Food Trucks, Caterers, Mike and Dave flipping burgers?
Breakfasts will be available each morning (Monday-Friday) from the Wabi Sabi food truck, serving eggs, pancakes, fruit, bacon, oj & coffee. A breakfast plan is available ahead of time for $60, and you’d receive a punch-card for 5 breakfasts. Individual breakfasts can also be purchased ala carte for $15 each (cash or credit card). This is now a merchandise option on our registration page. Scroll down to find it!
Dinners will be done a few different ways — all ala carte and can be purchased via cash or credit card. No dinner plan to buy ahead of time.
- The Wabi-Sabi food truck will be at camp all week, with Yaki soba, cold noodles and veggies, fried rice, and a couple sushi roll options. Will also have vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free meals.
- Food For Thought Food Truck And Catering will be at camp at the finish of stages 1, 2 and 5 (serving global sandwichs & tacos). Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options are availble here as well.
- Stage 3 finishes at Home D Pizzeria & Robin Hood Brewing Co which is a delicious place to be right after the ENDURO!!! stage.
- Elk Creek Cafe + Aleworks is on the way back to camp from Stage 4, so we’ll pull in there to grab a bite & a brew.
All racers will get a meal on us at the end of Stage 5 from either the Wabi-Sabi food truck or the Food for Thought food truck (your choice)! Wabi-Sabi will also stick around through the night if you want to buy some more grub between Stage 7 & 8.
There are many local options for meals in the neighboring towns with State College offering almost every food option you could want. The lodges and rustic cabins also offer kitchens and make it possible for you to do the cooking yourself for the week.
Lodging at our host venue:
There are many options for lodging at the scout camp!
EVERY ENTRY INCLUDES A CAMPING SPOT ($50 value!) for the week. Set up your tent and roll! Park the car right next door. This makes is super simple for you to be part of all the great fun at Singletrack Summer Camp!
Want to UPGRADE to a different on-site option — please do — there are many other options on site, first come – first served.
And don’t forget to register your family, friends and support crews — you get a spot with your registration but you do need to grab them a camp spot too. And if want to upgrade their camp spot just choose both a camp spot and lodge or RV space during registration.
Check out pics (below) and map of our base campground – the Seven Mountains Scout Camp. The scout camp has hot showers, flushing toilets, swimming pool, and all the other niceties of a full service campground.
Lodging options at our camp include:
- Single cabins: Single cabins are small and do not include a bathroom or kitchen, but you have the highest degree of privacy. We can squeeze two folks into these upon request and are happy to do so, but cost per person remains the same. Single cabins have electrical outlets and lights. Toilets are located close to all of the single cabins and a bathhouse is a short walk from anywhere on camp. There are three cabins that can house one person, and two cabins that can house two people.
- Premium group lodges: Eagle and Rimmey Lodges; Eagle lodge is the newest building on the camp property and has a kitchen, two showers, and two toilets on each of its two floors. Rimmey lodge has a kitchen and a toilet, but no shower facilities. Shower facilities are a very short walk from Rimmey Lodge. Both Rimmey and Eagle lodges are equipped with bunk beds which will be filled to 1/2 occupancy. In other words, only half of the bunks will be filled to allow for plenty of space to spread out your belongings. Eagle can house 25 people, Rimmey can house 13 people.
- Private rooms inside Eagle (2 people per room) and Rimmey (3 people per room) Lodges. Eagle has two private rooms, Rimmey has one private room.
- Rustic lodges: rustic lodges onsite (Leopold, Wood, and Wald lodges) include refrigerators, kitchens, bunk beds, and electricity. Capacity for each of the rustic lodges is roughly 5 people. Let’s be clear here, these are definitely rustic. They are scout cabins built in the 60s and plans are in the works to replace them in the next few years with a bunk house. I would be okay staying in one. My wife – no way. No way.
- Tent camping: There is a ton of space around the camp for tents, you can set up close to the bath house, or out in the middle of the woods. There is unlimited tent camping space. Seriously, you can set up close to people or way out there by yourself for a bit of peace and quiet. This is included in your reg price and is a great and inexpensive way to spend the week. Make sure to reg everyone at your site.
- Adirondack shelters: These are sweet little three-walled shelters big enough to fit a couple people. These would be a great place to set up your tent for some shade and shelter. There are three shelters available. Make sure to reg everyone at your shelter.
- RV camping: There are 10 powered RV spots available; unlimited spots available without electric hook-up. No sewer or water hookup. Just a head’s up that on Wednesday night we have some fun in the RV field until 9PM or so. We set up a big light and enjoy doing stuff other than racing and sleeping. Check the site for pics, you’ll see what’s up. Make sure to register everyone staying on site in your RV.
See the Registration page for Lodging Costs and Upgrades
*Groups who wish to lodge together should register at the same time. We cannot hold spaces for those who have not registered.
Lodging options outside of our host venue:
Seven Mountains Commercial Campground (separate from Seven Mountains Scout Camp!) and Kearns Campground are both right across the street from the scout camp. They have several options available for lodging, and should be booked in advance due to holiday weekend demand. Both of these options are a short walk or bike ride from the scout camp.
Keystone Alternative RV Rentals is another option for lodging at TSE. Their staff excels at providing whatever level of conveniences our renters request, including pre-stocking / Direct TV / Etc. Check the site here if interested.
- State College area hotels can be browsed here.
- You’ll also find limited accommodations just southeast of the campground in Milroy. This is your closest hotel option of all, but you will be limited in your choices of restaurants and other amenities.
**Note on hotels in general – Memorial Day weekend is a big volleyball tournament in State College. Because of this hotels fill for the weekend quickly. If you are planning on staying in a State College hotel we strongly recommend you book by the end of February at the LATEST.**
Other cabins located nearby:
- Aikens Cabins rentals areabout 15 minutes down the road from our venue.
- Happy Valley Retreats offers a number of cabins that relatively close to our venue. Contact them for specific properties that are closest to the scout camp.
Some photos of Seven Mountains Scout Camp: