Great Navy Campout


"Welcome to Fall Y'all"
Great Navy Camp Out
Discover Your Adventure
Saturday, Sep. 22
Ellison Community Recreation Center

Itinerary includes:

                                   5 p.m.  Music, pumpkin patch, pumpkin painting!

Indoor fun at Ellison Community Recreation Center!

Camping gear on site pick up begins.

Camping is at your own discretion, weather permitting.

Gear for check out includes: 1 camping tent. Other items available on-site for check out on a first-come, first-serve basis include: chairs, 1Thermacell lantern. Return to Ellison Community recreation Center by
Sunday 10 a.m.

6 p.m.  FREE Picnic Deal hot dog + chips & drink

7:15-9 p.m. FREE movie! (The Incredibles 3)

FREE popcorn and kettle corn from Jack’s Frost!


Want to camp out? Sign up at the Ellison Community Recreation Center!
5671 McCain St. (Bldg. S-499) Millington, TN | 874-5496.

Due to the event of forthcoming inclement weather, (e.g., rain, lightning, etc.), the event has been moved indoors (Ellison Community Recreation Center). Camping is at your own discretion, weather permitting.  Updates will be provided on Navy MWR Mid-South website and Facebook pages as needed.

Event is sponsored by USAA, Navy Getaways, Navy Community Recreation, @K12inc
The Department of the Navy does not endorse any company, sponsor or their products or services.

Information on guest speaker: Dale Sanders
Dale Sanders will start his session with a high energy un-unorthodox display of gear and attire. The show will proceed with a series of videos filmed by a camera crew from Adventure Itus Productions. His digital program will be verbalize with emotional heart filled experiences rarely publicly shared, some of which affected the very core of his missions themselves. Dale Sanders, is a record holder, world class champion spear fisherman, accomplished photographer, river trailblazer, godfather of river-angels, recreation and parks professional and the oldest person to have solo paddled the entire Mississippi River as well as oldest person to ever through hiking the Appalachian Trail.