I recently went on a six-day getaway at Woodward Camp in Lake Tahoe, CA. I began my journey on August 6th in San Diego, CA. I had been looking forward to finally being able to experience what Woodward Tahoe had to offer. One of the things that I was definitely looking forward to trying out was the mega foam pit. This is the largest pit that I personally have ever seen. It is nearly forty feet in length and about twenty feet in width. There are multiple starting points for the giant pit and every clip that I had previously seen of the attraction has been amazing. When I finally arrived, the first thing I noticed about the camp was its very modern feel. I loved it. Granted, the parks weren't as impressive as some of those at Woodward Pennsylvania, but they were very different.
The first park that I rode was the concrete park. This park was a ton of fun due to the fact that there were so many different obstacles creating tons of different line possibilities. My favorite part of this spot had to be the doorway channel gap. I did a few grinds over it and just the feeling of going over a doorway is just so awesome to me. Sounds really weird...I know. But for some reason I just adore it.
During my stay at the action sports camp, I made a YouTube video every single day. I hit every single skatepark and explored to various places around the camp grounds in order to give the viewers an idea of what it was like going to such a place. There are tons of different things other than skateparks included in these videos. There is footage of lake swimming, drift triking, paddle boarding, crashes (of course), races, mountain bike trails and one of my favorite times throughout the week...going on a ski lift for my first time.
Altogether, I had an amazing time at Woodward Tahoe and I can not wait to get back over there again! Huge shoutout to my good friends Bobby, Robby and Maverick for making it such memorable trip. Another huge shoutout to all of the scooter campers who made it that much more worth the trip. I created many memories at camp that I do not plan on EVER forgetting.