WASHINGTON — The Bears held a camp on Thursday at a fish camp in the Rocky Mountains.
The Bears are holding camp in Utah, and it will be the first time in over three years the team will be in Utah.
The camp, the second of four this year, has been held at a camp site in a remote canyon near the Bears’ training facility, and was a big draw to the team’s fans.
It’s the only time the Bears have held a preseason camp in a canyon since 2013.
The campsite opened in December, but there was a delay due to the construction of a highway through the park.
This year, campers will be able to camp up to 10 days at a time in a tent.
There were two campers, one from Minnesota and one from California, but they weren’t allowed to join the group.
The campers were allowed to stay in their tents for about three hours each day, which is longer than in previous years.
Campers from Minnesota have been going back to the camp site since the winter.
The campsite was open, but only for a limited number of people.
There was one camp in February and one in March.
The camp site is not far from the lake where the Bears will practice next week.
It will be a hot and humid day when campers start to set up their tents.