Discovery Church, outdoors

Arizona Hot Springs Trip Details


Arizona Hot Springs Packing List
Two-Day Trip January 16-17, 2015

o Small sleeping bag and small pillow
o Small tent
o Shorts – 1 pair (fast drying)
o Pants – 1 or 2 pair (fast drying recommended)
o Light-colored long sleeve shirts – 1 or 2 (for sun protection)
o Swimwear (optional)
o Shoes that can get wet (Chacos, Tevas, Keens or similar highly recommended)
o Raingear (disposable poncho is fine)
o Base layer – polypropylene or other wicking type is best
o Fleece or other warm layer
o Personal items (toiletries, etc, please no glass containers)
o Small Packable Towel
o Flashlight or headlamp
o Bug spray (optional)
o Water bottle with a handle
o Hiking Boots or suitable hiking shoes
o Wool socks
o Gloves (optional)
o Small backpack with water bottles or hydration system
o Hat (with drawstring or “leash” recommended)
o Sunglasses (with Croakies or other leash)
o Sunscreen (twice what you think you’ll need!)
o Optional: Camera (waterproof recommended, disposables are fine), reading material, journal
All your items will need to fit into a dry bag (we’ll provide that) which is about the size of a 30 gallon
garbage bag. We will provide food, fresh water, meals, and snacks. (You are welcome to bring your
own additional snacks. Just let us know and we’ll store them for you away from the critters!) No glass
containers, please. Less is more on the river, so pack light.


Schedule and cost.

  • Depart Prescott 5:30 AM
  • Eat at Westside Lilo’s 7:00-8:00 AM (Not included)
  • Arrive at Willow Beach 10:30 AM
  • Launch Boat, Shuttle vehicles, Lunch (Included)
  • 3.5 Mile Hike to Arizona Hot Springs
  • Explore Sauna Cave, Boyscout Hot Springs ???
  • Dinner (Included)
  • Relax as long as you want in Arizona Hot Springs!
  • Sleeeeep
Jan. 17
  • Breakfast (Included)
  • Kayak (Weather Dependent)/Boat out (Numbers Dependent)/Hike Out
  • Lunch/Dinner in Kingman (In n’ Out ?)
  • Arrive in Prescott Late Afternoon/Evening
Cost: $97/person. There are some variables that we just do not know. If it is cold and windy, then kayaking is out of the question. If we have more than 16 people total on the trip, then everyone riding the big boat is unsafe. If there is more than 16 people, some people are definitely going to have to hike out if we cannot kayak. If the weather looks good for kayaking I have 10 2-person kayaks, and enough paddles and PFDs. Bringing the big boat allows us to transport everyone’s personal gear so you only have to hike with a daypack, and we get to eat like kings.
Get you name on the list for this winter trip to the Arizona hot springs coming just around the corner.
This is gonna be good so get in so you can get OUT.
Terria Wild & Discovery Church

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