My son Bradley and I have been participating in the Dysart’s Snowmobile Ride-in to benefit Pine Tree Camp for over 15 years.
Bradley will be there again this year, riding along in a special enclosed groomer.
For our whole family, it’s a feel good day and one that we look forward to all year.
Bradley has attended Pine Tree Camp for 17 years and we got involved with the Ride-in after the first year he went to camp.
Bradley really enjoys supporting Pine Tree Camp and I’m really proud of him for that. It means a lot to him.
For me, the Ride-in is also about community and giving back.
We really, truly believe in the spirit of Pine Tree Camp.The Ride-in is a community event the surrounding areas really embrace it. It’s always nice to see what everybody else has done. So many good people step up and support it.
Pine Tree Camp welcomes all who could benefit regardless of their ability to pay the $1,900 tuition. All proceeds from the Snowmobile Ride-in will go to Pine Tree Camp's Campership Fund to ensure this "Open-Door Policy" remains in effect.