Jewel Cave 200-Mile Party

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 06/28/2019 - 06/30/2019
All Day

Location
Custer High School

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THERE ARE TONS OF REASONS TO ATTEND, like:

  • SPELEOLYMPICS, at an event center, with live music. DAMN!
  • Some real caving superstars like Dr. Hazel Barton, Dr. Andreas Pflisch, and many more
  • barbecue Friday evening and a banquet on Saturday evening
  • Jan Conn will sign a new printing of The Jewel Cave Adventure (with color photos)
  • Special trips to various local caves, including a tour of Jewel Cave!
  • AND SO MUCH MORE!!

Where to Stay? – Camping!!

The Paha Sapa Grotto has been working diligently to make the Jewel Cave 200th Mile Celebration (June 28-30th) friendly to cavers from far and wide.  In that effort, we have found the perfect opportunity to host all of our friends. 

The family that owns the Custer Beacon has graciously agreed to host all of the cavers coming to this event for only $11 a night on private land. This fee includes:
-Camp Site
-Firewood (and the ability to have fires in the black hills)
-Restroom Facilities (No onsite showers, these are available at the Custer YMCA)
-Water

There are 100 available spots and they may all be spoken for before the event even starts! Please reserve your spot, or a number of spots, by contacting the grotto at pahasapagrotto.org or emailing them at: (you must be logged in to see the email address below)

Adam Weaver <lostlanternoa@gmail.com>

Schedule of Events

All activities take place at Custer High School unless otherwise noted

Schedule subject to change – Please check the event website for the most up to date information available.

Register Now! – entire weekend is $85

Full Registration includes Fri and Sat dinners/Fri, Sat, Sun events: Adult $75, Youth (12 and under) $40
Fri sessions and dinner – $25 Adult, $15 Youth
Sat sessions only – $20 Adult or Youth
Sat banquet only – $30 Adult, $15 Youth
Sun sessions only – $15 Adult or Youth

ALL DETAILS ARE AVAILABLE HERE

This event is proudly brought to you by the Paha Sapa Grotto, along with many others.

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