2018 Family D.I.R.T.
November 2-4, 2018
Highlights from last year’s retreat
What is Family D.I.R.T.?
Come experience Family D.I.R.T, Hume’s off-road event for the whole family. Bring your toys, RVs, and family members, to the Mojave Desert south of Ridgecrest for an unforgettable weekend of amazing riding, fantastic food, a challenging speaker, prizes, and giveaways. Our camping/riding area has something for everyone, with a wide variety of terrain for all ages and skill levels.
Q. Do I need to bring my own RV/sleeping accommodations?
Yes. You are responsible to provide your own housing.
Q. Do I need to reserve a RV spot?
You do need to register for the event, but there are no designated spots. Just come out and pick a spot near our meeting and kitchen area.
Q. Will there be RV hook-ups?
No. We’ll be dry camping in the desert.
Q. Will there be port-a-potties?
Q. Can I rough it in a tent?
Yes, but it can get cold and very windy. If the wind kicks up, it could blow your tent over!
Q. Do I need to bring my own ride?
Yes, we will not be providing any vehicles to use or rent.
Q. Is this open to all forms of off-road vehicles?
Yes, bring whatever you’ve got. It’s for motorcycles, quads, buggies, 4x4s.
Q. Does my ride need to be registered?
Yes, all vehicles must be registered with a current green or red OHV sticker and all quad must have flags.
Q. What happens if my vehicle breaks?
You are responsible to repair your own vehicles. Be prepared and bring tools (or a friend that has tools.)
Q. What happens if I get hurt?
You are responsible for all risk and liability while you are riding. We suggest riding with a cell phone to be able to dial 911 in case of a medical emergency.
Rich Baker is the Pastor of Communities at Arbor Road Church in Lakewood, CA. His job consists of connecting people to the Lord as well as to one another. Prior to his current role at Arbor Road, Rich worked at Hume Lake Christian Camps as the Director of High School Ministries for 14 years and received his master’s degree at Liberty University. Originally from Stockton, Rich and his wife Allyson have been married for over 10 years and have two children, August and Eisley.
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