Established in 1967 the Outdoor Club of South Jersey is a not for profit organization dedicated to promoting hiking, bicycling, kayaking/canoeing, xc skiing, backpacking and camping for fun, fitness and friendship. These outdoor activities are all found on the respective Meetup calendars and are lead by volunteer members of the club.
OCSJ is a member organization. Membership funds pay for insurance and other Club overhead. However, prospective members and guests of OCSJ members may try one regular activity from each of our activity sections before joining. Thereafter they must join to be eligible for the hundreds of activities and events available every year.
OCSJ welcomes new members of all ages and abilities to join at any time of the year. Go to the club membership page to find out how to join us and participate in all of the fun. Join us
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Policy on Late Cancellations and No Shows
Members who RSVP for an event and do not show up 5 times within a calendar year will be removed from Meetup for a period of 6 months.They will be reminded of this policy and given a warning after 3 no shows.
Members who RSVP for an event and cancel at the last minute (within 24 hours of the event) 10 times within a calendar year will be removed from Meetup for a period of 6 months. They will be reminded of this policy and given a warning after 5 last minute cancellations.
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SUNDAY DEC. 8. 11 AM. ORIENTEERING NAVIGATION ADVENTURE. TRAINING CLASS. At Brendon Byrne ST Forrest. Take RT 70 East of Medford to Four Mile Circle to the junction of Rt. 70 and 72. Enter the park on Rt. 72 and follow the orange and white signs to the staging area which will be just off Rt. 72 at the Fire Tower Pat and Bob Burton will walk a beginner Course with you. Your cost is $2.00 for the map you get to keep. Probably no more than 3 miles Please call or E-mail me so I can print the proper number of maps.
Thanks Pat, CAMPERPAT123@AOL.COM. 609 472 8128
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The trail maintenance crew of the OCSJ is responsible for maintaining the 53 mile Batona Trail and also assists the state employees with clearing the Mullica Yellow Trail and several other trails within the state park system. The crew has been involved with various dump site cleanups coordinated by the Pinelands Preservation Alliance and the NJ Conservation Foundation. We work every Tuesday from Nov to May. Contact Rosemarie Mason for additional info. email@example.com
OCSJ Non-member participation Policy
OCSJ is a member organization. Membership funds pay for insurance and other Club overhead. However, prospective members and guests of OCSJ members may try one regular activity from each of our activity sections without joining. Thereafter they must join to be eligible for the hundreds of activities and events available every year.
Participants on trips which charge money must be members of OCSJ, except where the trip is a joint trip with another club and the participant is a member of that club. Members of OCSJ may bring guests on a day trip charging money. Participants on overnight trips charging money must always be an OCSJ member.
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