What to Bring

This is your own unique journey, come as you are.


  • Tent, solid stakes and mallet
  • Sleeping bag, blankets, ground pad etc.
  • Your own bowl or plate, utensils, tea mug and a water bottle (These will not be provided for you so please do not forget to bring.)
  • Clothes for all kinds of weather.  It can get quite cold in the mornings and evenings so wool socks, beanies, warm jacket, will be useful! Layers! Bundle!
  • Rain Jacket/boots or poncho. We have moved the Gathering dates ti mid June so rain chances are less, but better to be prepared in case.
  • Sunhat
  • Towel
  • Earth Friendly soap, shampoo, conditioners. (available in camp store too)
  • Headlamp/Flashlight, no candles please.
  • Trash bag for your own waste. We wish to leave the land even more beautiful then it was upon our arrival. Pack out what you pack in. DO NOT use dumpsters in town or our neighbor’s bins to dump waste.
  • A small bag, basket or backpack to carry your essentials in such as water, a shawl, snacks or a blanket.
  • Food for Lunches. Lydia’s organics, Midori’s Miso, and a carnivorous option will be on site selling lunches. There is an Organic Co-op Pine Portal 5 mins away. Easy camping food is great, and sharing and preparing meals with friends is always encouraged!
  • Open heart!

If you wish:

  • Blanket/shawl for sitting on the earth
  • Yoga mat you feel comfortable placing upon the earth
  • Folding camp chair. Please sit behind those without chairs.
  • Snacks for in between meals
  • Insect Repellant
  • Journal
  • Musical instruments, drums especially!
  • Solar chargers for phones and electronics. (Outlets and charging stations will not be available for attendees.) Those needing to charge hearing, health, or Pumping equiptment, speak with a Spirit Weavers team member.
  • Bathing Suit or not! River is zoned clothing optional
  • Handmade items to donate to scholarship raffle.
  • Naturally dyed yarn or fabric strips for the Earth loom
  • Knife for a general utility tool
  • Seeds for the Seed Swap
  • Extra cash for: Classes that may include a small fee, Healing Village sessions, vendors with vintage and handmade goods.
  • There will also be a trade blanket for us all to share our handmade creations on Sunday afternoon. Feel free to bring any handmade items you wish to trade and a blanket or tapestry to lay them out on.

Please remember, if you forget anything, you can probably find it at the CAMP STORE or at one of the thrift stores in town.

We will have a 2 1/2 hour lunch so there is time to prepare food for lunch, shower, explore the land or rest.