There is a maximum group size of 12 participants. There is a minimum number of participants for this program. Green Adventure Project reserves the right to cancel the trip based on participation. If we do, full refunds will be provided. Participants will be accepted on a first come and space available basis.
All camping gear with the exception of a sleeping bag; all canoeing gear; all safety training; all meals and snacks from Day 1 am snack to Day 5 pm snack; all transportation; all park fees and permits; GAP Expedition T-shirt. Meals are plentiful and appeal to both kids and adults. Snacks are always available.
Transportation to and from Triple C Camp; items of a personal nature (personal clothing, toiletries, souvenir spending money, etc.) A full packing list will accompany registration confirmation.
Our Expedition Leaders are trained in First Aid, CPR and Water Safety. Many have additional certifications to include Wilderness First Responder, Boy Scout Merit Badge Counselor, and River Safety and Rescue. Expedition Leaders have completed course in leadership, primitive living skills and watershed education.
We will be sleeping in 3-4 person, family specific tents at state recognized camping areas.
Summers can be quite warm. However, the mountains elevation can decrease the temperature by an average of 10 degrees.
Getting To Triple C Camp
Triple C Camp is located five miles south of Interstate 64, off Route 20 in beautiful southern Albemarle County. (A good landmark is the Vintage Market/Citgo Gas Station.) Triple C Camp entrance is 1/3 mile south of the Citgo Gas Station on the east side of Route 20.
Green Adventure Project reserves the right to make itinerary changes as necessary to provide a safe and enjoyable experience.
Safety & Trip Enjoyment
Green Adventure Project plans these trips in natural areas where the environment can sometimes lead to unpredictable conditions. To avoid dangerous situations for our travelers, it is extremely important that all rules and regulations set forth by the Expedition Leaders are followed. We reserve the right to prohibit any traveler from continuing a journey if, in the Expedition Leaders opinion, that traveler’s actions pose a threat to the safety of themselves, others, or to the environment or if the traveler’s actions or behaviors are seriously jeopardizing the enjoyment of the trip for others. No refunds will be given if removed for behavior. Participation in the program will require behavior, medical releases and covenants. Communication can be difficult in many locations we will be visiting. Expedition Leaders will carry a phone at all times for communication with the camp. The river is determined the week before the trip departs, based upon flow rates.
Cancellation & Refund Policies
We understand how disappointing it is for participants if they are forced to cancel an adventure. We make non-refundable payments for staff and suppliers of transportation in advance, therefore we have a fixed Cancellation and Refund Policy:
- All cancellation requests must be made in writing.
- All cancellations more than 45 days prior to departure will invoke a $250 cancellation fee.
- Cancellations made 45 to 20 days prior to departure invoke a loss of 50% of the entire program fee including extensions.
- Cancellations made within 19 days of departure invoke a loss of the full program fee.
A deposit of $250 is required for each week with registration. You can mail the deposit with your registration form or we will be happy to accept Visa or Mastercard with the understanding that a 3% surcharge will be added.
Deposit accepted with registrations received prior to May 1, with balance due by May 1. Full payment due with registration made after May 1.
Expedition extensions are available to accommodate Sunday arrivals and travelers interested in participating in back to back trips. Please contact us for more details.