Only 30 tent camping tickets are available for experienced and prepared campers. Due to possible inclement weather, no infant or youth tent camping is available. Your tent camping registration will only be approved after you complete this form to confirm you are experienced and prepared for winter/spring camping, including preparedness for extreme cold, heat, wind, rain, and several inches of snow.
All meals are included with admission, served at the Dining Hall. 3-day admission includes 7 meals (Friday lunch through Sunday lunch) and 4-day admission includes 9 meals (Thursday dinner through Sunday lunch). Read more about meals here.
Bring your own tent. Note:
- ONLY 30 tent campers are allowed this year, to help us adhere to our limit of 250 maximum attendance.
- All tent camping will be in the woods near Inglis Hall. There is an outdoor fire pit there which you may use.
- Due to potential severe weather in winter/spring camping conditions, all tent campers will be emailed a questionnaire about their experience and equipment to ensure readiness for snow, wind, rain, hail, and extreme cold and heat. We also ask that those with children do not tent camp, for their comfort and safety.
- Bath house is located in yurt village, a short drive or walk away from the tent camping area. Toilets are located in Inglis Hall, accessible from the outside 24/7.
- Please note that there is no difference in price for tent camping vs staying in a yurt vs bringing your own RV/camper, and it’s just $50 more per person to stay in a comfy, climate controlled cabin all 4 days. We wish to encourage indoor lodging due to potential for winter conditions this early in the year!