Beltania is a 4-day retreat around that time of year known as Beltane, also known as May Day. It is geared towards those who practice an Earth-honoring religious or spiritual path. We welcome all who wish to express their support of diversity, freedom of expression, and worldwide peace and harmony. Learn More about our purpose, who attends, and who organizes Beltania.
The festival is very family friendly! NEW FOR 2018: all parts of the grounds and all events are for all ages. There will be no separate “kids events” since we are making all of our activities, drum circles, ceremonies, and workshops welcoming to all ages. We even have a family-friendly cabin specifically set aside for families.
We do not provide any babysitting and parents are asked to monitor their children at all times. If you’d like to attend activities without your kids, we recommend pairing up with another family and sharing childcare or bringing your own babysitter.
We have an ADA-accessible yurt and Tannenbaum cabin is also accessible lodging. While many of our buildings for workshops are older, historic buildings without ADA-certified restrooms, all activities are taking place in areas generally considered accessible and we have found that guests with significant mobility issues report they manage fine. Anyone can drive from venue to venue in their own vehicle if desired.
Read more in our Festival Survival Guide.
Discount tickets are available if you buy early. View the Ticket Prices page for prices and deadlines for each pricing tier. Join the staff for further discounted tickets, if you are willing to attend staff meetings throughout the year and commit to 20-40 hours of volunteer work or more.