Headliners: Patti Wigington, Jason Mankey, Jason Augustus Newcomb
Also appearing: Grey Ghosthawk, Dru Ann
Music: Wendy Rule, Brian Henke - Drum Circle: Kelso, Becca

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I bring a bicycle? Yes, as a matter of fact, most of the park is designated pedestrian traffic only and a bike makes good sense for quicker personal transportation.

Description of Cabins: There are 4 small cabins that sleep 8 people, there are 6 large cabins that sleep 12-14 people. They all have electricity. Each small cabin has one toilet, one bathroom sink and one shower each. Each large cabin has one toilet, one bathroom sink, one shower and one tub each. Since showers and bathrooms are shared here are the guidelines- clean up after yourself- dry any water you got on the floor, clean any mud or dirt, do not leave your shower chair in the shower, store it by your bed, do not leave your toilet extender on the toilet store it in a large plastic bag under your bed, and sanitize it after each use. DO NOT have sex in the shower no one wants to be part of your private activities and all cabins and Lodges must be kid friendly. Sorry no eating or cooking, no coffee pots, no crock pots, not fry pans, no toasters, no personal refrigerators. If you are an early riser, before 8 AM, be very quiet as you shower and change, use a personal flashlight instead of turning on overhead lights. If you get in after 11:00 PM please use your personal flashlight to enter the cabin or lodge and prepare for bed. If you like to get up early or stay up late and chat bring a screen room to set up outside. No smoking, no incense, no candles or anything flamey in the cabins per camp rules.

Description of Lodges: There are 7 Lodges that sleep 8 people; all of them have electricity, one toilet, one bathroom sink and one shower/bathtub each. Since showers and bathrooms are shared here are the guidelines- clean up after yourself- dry any water you got on the floor, clean any mud or dirt, do not leave your shower chair in the shower store it by your bed, do not leave your toilet extender on the toilet store it in a large plastic bag under your bed, and sanitize it after each use. DO NOT have sex in the shower no one wants to be part of your private activities and all cabins and Lodges must be kid friendly. There is a stove and refrigerator in each one. Please bring anything you need for cooking and eating. If you are an early riser, before 8 AM, be very quiet as you shower and change, use a personal flashlight instead of turning on overhead lights. If you get in after 11:00 PM please use your personal flashlight to enter the cabin or lodge and prepare for bed. If you like to get up early or stay up late and chat bring a screen room to set up outside. No candles, no incense or anything flamey in the cabins per camp rules.

Is electricity available? Sorry, campsites and vendor spaces are primitive only. If you have a medical need such as Cpap, or power chair you must camp near an outlet and have it approved by Paul, your cord will be tagged. Any unauthorized use of anything other than what you were approved for will be grounds for asking you to leave site with no refund.

Can I bring a pet? Sorry, the park does not allow pets of any kind.

Can I prepare my own food? Yes, at your campsite (primitive campsites are included with admission), outside your cabin or in the Lodges, using full safety precautions, of course. Also, please put your food away in coolers or storage containers with some serious closing mechanism – boars, foxes, raccoons all really like people food and can smell them from outside your tent walls. You wouldn't want to wake up to find one of them tearing through your tent for the bag of Cheetos or a bunch of banana's stored in the tent

No vehicles are allowed at your campsite, cabin, or lodge. You must move your vehicle to the parking area when asked by our parking personnel. We do have regular trolley routes around the park for those who have mobility issues! If you have severe mobility issues and a personal power chair we recommend you bring that as most of our buildings and locations are easily accessible to them.

There is no swimming in the lake or Lagoon. The pool has swimming hours! Please check for posted designated times. No swimming allowed without the licensed lifeguard on duty.

Quieter camping sites. You will find a few spots marked on the map. Please note that we can not guarantee absolute quiet but the noise will be less where you are. No drumming, loud music or loud talking in this area.