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PLEASE READ BELOW AND VIEW LINKS FOR INFORMATION REGARDING NEXT WEEKEND”S HOOD RIVER TOURNAMENT.  ROSTER TO BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY.

THE FOLLOWING IS DIRECTLY FROM THE HOSTS:

Just east of the Pool, past the tennis courts, is a baseball field where your team can set up canopies during the day in the outfield if you would like. The parks and Rec Department ask that you do not stake into the ground, please bring weights to hold your tent down. Past the baseball field is Jackson Park, the restrooms are located there. Please no tents in the park.

Saturday evening there will be a movie in the park: Moana, showing after dusk.

We will have a concession stand serving snacks, hot dogs & Hamburgers during the tournament. Food is not permitted in the pool area or around the deck, but there is an outside seating area with tables where food can be eaten.

Safeway grocery store is located just north and west of the pool off of Cascade Ave and Rosauers grocery store is located off 13th street, just east and south of the Pool.

If you are camping, just a few Rules:

1. No campfires (burn ban in effect in Hood River County); camp stoves OK on cook tables

2.Generators must be off after 10:00 pm per Hood River noise ordinance

3. Please throw all refuse in the Garbage Bin

4. No dish cleaning or food dumping at the water areas

5. Quiet Time after 10:00 pm, Please respect the neighbors and nearby Homes

6.Well-behaved pets are OK.  No fish, ferrets, or llamas.

7.  Holding tank dump available at Hood River Wastewater Plant, 818 Riverside Drive north of 84 on waterfront; 7-10:00

TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO TOURNAMENT

VISUAL OF CAMPGROUND

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