What to bring
This is a list of “must-haves” for your weekend on the mountain. Other items that some have found helpful are listed below.
- Bedding – Bring a pillow, sheets, blankets and or sleeping bags. (Bunks are equipped with a vinyl-wrapped 4″ foam mattress.)
- Towels – For showering and/or to use in place of a yoga mat.
- Toiletries – Bring shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc. The camp has liquid soap dispensers in all the showers.
- Appropriate clothing – Temperatures typically range from 50 to 90 degrees. Prepare for the possibility of rain.
- Good shoes – Hiking boots or any old shoes that will get you down a hiking trail.
- Medicines – Check your medications to see if they require adjustments for 5300 ft. elevation.
- Camp chairs – We have a lot of people coming in from out of town, so extra camp chairs are appreciated.
Many of our workshops are designed to help you connect with your Inner Child(ren).
Bringing a printed photograph of yourself as a child, as well as a childhood memento (such as a stuffed animal, toy, piece of jewelry, etc) can help create a meaningful experience.
- Tote bag or small backpack
- Yoga mat
- Hat and sunscreen
- Picnic blanket
- Reusable water bottle
- Sporting equipment
- Acoustic instruments for jam session
- Ear plugs to cover the occasional snorer
- Games to share at game night
- Snacks – Popcorn, Smore material, granola bars, chips, etc. The camp provides all meals. If you require anything out of the ordinary, you can bring it from home, or buy it in town.