Remember that pre-registration is required for all NTOA events this season. Look for the green buttons at the bottom of the page.
It’s getting awfully close to orienteering season, isn’t it? t this time, we’re planning to resume mostly normal one-day events with some COVID-19 safety guidelines in place. The officers are still hammering these out. The guidelines and some other big news will be published soon! Go to the Calendar.
The DIY event continues through this Sunday, April 18. Sign up on the event page.
For April, we’ll return to Cooper Lake State Park near Sulphur Springs for some more DIY-O. This time, we’ll use our map on the eastern side of the park, at the Coyote Run Trailhead. Ribbons will be in the terrain from April 10 through April 18. See preliminary info on the event page.
UPDATE: Due to prescribed burns at LBJ National Grasslands, our DIY-O event has been pushed back a few days. Ribbons will be in the terrain from Thursday, March 11, to Sunday, March 21. Go to the LBJ DIY-O Event page for full details.
Click over to the Erwin Park Event page to sign up for this week’s DIY opportunity up in McKinney. Controls will be in the park from Sat., Feb 13 through Sun., Feb 21. So if it’s too cold this weekend, you’ll have another chance. Dress appropriately and have fun!
Controls will be in the field through this Sunday, Feb. 7. Learn more on the Event page.
Our next event — still in barebones mode for safety — will be Sat. Jan 9, at Camp James Ray on Lake Texoma. Learn more and pre-register (which is required to participate).
Our next event — still in barebones mode for safety — will be on Sat. Dec. 19, at Camp Trevor Rees-Jones (aka Clements) near Athens, TX. Learn more and pre-register (which is required to participate).
Registration for the Red River Ramble is now open. Join us on 11-14-2020 at All Saints Camp on the picturesque south shore of Lake Texoma. This is a wonderful orienteering venue and a great time to be out in the woods. Get started here: http://www.ntoa.com/red-river-ramble/