Union Carbide Summer Camps 2014 Reunion!
July 25-27, 2014 -- in Charleston, WV and on Blue Creek


Welcome campers, staff and friends of the Union Carbide Summer Camps!

Maps with some pictures of landmarks and driving directions, are Map1 and Map2


Two years ago at the BIG 30th reunion, we unveiled the commemorative plaques at Carlisle and Camelot on Blue Creek. Those plaques are still there – a part of our legacy on the Creek! This year we hope to report on the location of the Cliffside plaque. Come on out and remember those magical summers!



Friday, July 25 – at the FOP in Charleston, 6-11 PM


Friday night will be very casual: free beer, sodas, pizza, wings and veggies, and maybe a DJ for some entertainment! BYO if you prefer stronger beverages. Some attendees may leave early to camp on Blue Creek on Friday night. We’re sure we can count on everyone to Drink Responsibly!


 -- Check with a committee member to find out about plans for Blue Creek Camping Friday and Saturday nights! --


To the FOP: Capital City Lodge, FOP #74; 4284 Woodrum Lane; Charleston, WV 25313 LAT: 38.3848, LONG: -81.7086


From I-64 Dunbar exit, take Roxalana Rd. to WV St. Rt. 62.  Turn left onto 62, go 1/2 mile

and turn right onto Woodrum's Lane.  Go 1/4 mile to FOP on the right.

 You can also take WV 62 at the intersection in North Charleston where the Cold Spot is. Just follow it approx. one mile to Woodrum's Lane on the right, and go 1/4 mile to FOP on the right.


Saturday and Sunday, July 26 and 27 – On Blue Creek

We don’t plan reunion events this year at the Hunting and Fishing Lodge, but camping and visiting on the Creek are much encouraged! Hike, fish, wade, explore, bring a box lunch … remember!


Please note: The route to the Hunting / Fishing Club and the camp sites requires travel on dirt roads with multiple stream crossings. The camp sites are more than 1/2 hour from the nearest help. Weekend events are held in undeveloped areas where cell-phone and emergency services are not immediately available. Guests should plan to bring appropriate vehicles, food and water, optional overnight camping and hiking gear, and any medications or other immediate needs. Overnight camping is at your own risk. Everyone should always be alert to avoid accidents and to help others.  

Committee: Eastern division:

       Marty Wyatt, Barb Neddo, Dave Gardner.  

Western division: Bob Lilley