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Ash & Aaron


July 27th - July 29th

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Ash & Aaron


July 27th - July 29th

 

Celebrate love with us.

Camp Navarro is a private 200 acre property with a storied history. This summer we’re excited to execute a narrative all our own. Expect redwoods, two rivers, a vast field for game-playing, a firepit, and a really great time. We strongly encourage everyone to stay on-site; we want to feast, dance and enjoy every minute we can together.

We hope to recreate all the fun parts of a camp experience, so we've planned festivities Friday night through Sunday morning. 

For those who prefer to stay in a hotel, we’ve secured a room block at Heritage House, 30 minutes from Camp Navarro. Transportation will be provided on Saturday, the day of the ceremony. 

Expect nonexistent cell reception so please prepare accordingly (don’t panic, there's wifi.) To view/download a Camp Navarro property map, click here.

Any questions please email us at aaronapplewashu@gmail.com

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Schedule


Schedule


 

Here’s the schedule of events for our wedding weekend:

Friday, July 27th

For those staying on site, feel free to arrive anytime after 4pm on Friday. We’ll have someone on site to check you in, help you find where you’re staying and orient you on the property. 

  • 4-8pm: Campers arrive  - check in and explore
  • 8pm: All guests - a standard camp welcome, but with people you already like (and beer) 

Saturday, July 28th

  • 10:30-11:30am: Brunch
  • 12pm: Lawn games, river hangs and exploring
  • 12-3pm: Camp Navarro café open for coffee and snacks 
  • 4pm: Assemble on the main lawn for a cocktail 
  • 4:30pm: All to join procession to the ceremony
  • 4:45pm: Ceremony
  • 5:15pm: Cocktails
  • 6:15pm: Dinner
  • 7:30pm: Dancing; cavorting, carrying on 
  • 11pm: Bonfire, snacks; jokes at our expense

Sunday, July 29th

  • 10-11:30am: Breakfast, hydration; Irish goodbyes
  • 12pm: Campers checkout
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Accommodations & Information


Accommodations & Information


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Staying at Camp Navarro

All on-site accommodations include a memory foam mattress and sheets. Bathrooms are communal but plentiful, well-located and well-appointed. Towels not included, so please pack them. All accommodations are designed to be shared – from a minimum of 2 (cabins and teepee tents) to a maximum of 4 (cabins only). When booking your accommodations, please indicate your ideal accommodations and if interested in sharing, their names. We’ll do our best to make sure you’re happy and comfortable throughout the weekend! 

 
 

Weather

Weather at Camp Navarro in late July is generally in the high 60’s- low 80’s with moderate humidity during the day and mid 50’s- low 60’s at night. It almost never rains at that time of year, but hey, be prepared! Please take the weather into consideration when planning what to bring and wear. P.S. July 27th is a full moon for maximum night time visibility!

Attire

For the ceremony and reception, wear what whatever feels celebratory to you. Options include: standard wedding attire, a fascinator or that dress/suit you haven't found the right occasion to wear. Anything goes, but probably not your Burning Man costume. Don’t forget something warm for later in the evening.

A quick note on footwear: virtually all festivities will be on grass and packed ground – stilettos strongly discouraged, unless you wish to aerate the lawn.

Campers: don't forget to pack a towel.

WiFi and Cell Reception

As you approach Camp Navarro, you will almost certainly lose cell reception. Wifi is available on the property near the lodge for those who need it. While we understand that you may need to access the outside world while you’re with us, we encourage you to unplug and enjoy each other’s company throughout the weekend.

Travel

      Air Travel

Camp Navarro is a ~3 hour drive from San Francisco International Airport and 1.5 hour from Sonoma Airport (a small, regional airport.)

      By Car

Camp Navarro is ~2.5 hours drive from San Francisco proper without traffic – for those leaving late afternoon/evening on Friday, we recommend allowing at 30-60 min for traffic. Camp Navarro is located at 901 Masonite Industrial Road, Navarro, CA. Directions are below. Please follow the directions provided and do NOT use GPS, Google maps, or Wayz. As you approach Camp Navarro from San Francisco, you’ll be on CA 128 heading north. Drive past the Camp Navarro sign and turn on Masonite Road. Once on Masonite Road turn right into the first parking lot when you see the Camp Navarro sign.

Driving directions from Highway 101

Please follow the directions provided and do NOT to use GPS, Google maps, or Wayz.

  • U.S. 101 leads to the junction with Highway 128 West, near Cloverdale
  • Take the CA-128 W exit towards Ft. Bragg/ Mendocino - 0.2 mi.
  • Turn left onto CA 128 W / N. Cloverdale Blvd. - 0.8 mi.
  • Turn right onto CA-128 to Navarro, CA - 41.3 mi.
  • Continue on CA 128 into the Redwoods, past the Navarro General Store and Gas Station to the first bridge over the Navarro River - 1.6 mi.
  • Turn right on Masonite Rd. immediately after the bridge crossing
  • Take Masonite Rd. to the entrance to Camp Navarro - 0.7 mi.
  • Turn right into the main parking area of Camp Navarro.

Places to eat nearby

If you’re looking for some dinner on Friday night or lunch on the way home, we have a few recommendations:

  • The Bewildered Pig
  • Stone and Embers
  • Navarro General Store
  • Lauren’s
  • Mosswood Market Café & Bakery
  • Anderson Valley Brewing Company
  • Aquarelle Cafe & Wine Bar
  • Anderson Valley Market & Deli
Camp Navarro Cabin

Cabins

Great for couples and solo travelers alike. Cabins comfortably sleep 2-4 people and come with linens and blankets.

Weekend rate: $200 per person for 2, $175 per person for 3-4

Deluxe Teepee Tents

Ideal for couples, deluxe teepee tents include a queen-size mattress and a roomy interior. Deluxe teepee tents come with linens and blankets.

Weekend rate: $175 per person for 2

Camp Navarro Teepee

Standard Teepee Tent

Another great choice for couples, standard teepee tents are unfurnished and only have a camp pad in them.

Weekend rate: $135 per person for 2

 
 

Offsite Accommodations

We’ve secured a room block at the Heritage House, an excellent hotel located approximately 30 minutes away from Camp Navarro.

For those staying at the Heritage House, shuttles to/from Camp Navarro will be provided on Saturday. The shuttles will run from 10:00am-3:00pm back-and-forth from Camp Navarro – don’t miss that last 3:00pm shuttle to Camp Navarro to ensure you’re there in time for the ceremony. Shuttles will run back to the Heritage House from Camp Navarro from 9:00pm-11:30pm.

 
 
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RSVP


RSVP


 

If you're not sure whether you have an invitation to bring a guest, please refer to the paperless post invitation or check in with us. 

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OUR Registry


OUR Registry


 

We’ve set up our registry to reflect our excitement about travel, horseback riding and working towards purchasing a home together. Zola, linked below, offers traditional registry options as well as the ability to contribute to a group gift.