Solana Beach ‘Family Camp Out’

Michelle, Lucas, and Madison Hines

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The 2013 Solana Beach Family Campout Program was held Aug. 3-4 at La Colonia Park. The program is designed for families that have little or no experience camping. The program introduces families to the unique experiences that can be had in the great outdoors.

Activities included family games, spaghetti dinner, and a campfire program with real s’mores and a “Hullabaloo” concert on Saturday night. A delicious pancake and sausage breakfast was served on Sunday morning by City of Solana Beach Firefighters, with fire truck tours included.

Photos/Jon Clark. For photos online, visit www.delmartimes.net.

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