Spirit Weavers is held outdoors in nature, on a private property with forested and grassy terrain. Most areas of the gathering are all within a 5 minute walk of each other, excluding the Tea Temple (8-10 minute walk), car camping area (8-10 minute walk) parking lot (10 minute walk), and Archery Range (10-15 minute walk).
Terrain includes a semi-paved dirt road (gravel + packed dirt), grass meadows, and mostly flat ground. The more forested areas are still grass and dirt, with dirt walking paths connecting them.
The road from the main camp/ kitchen/bathrooms up to the camping area includes a small incline, which can accommodate manual wheelchairs with assistance, and electric chairs without assistance. There is also an incline leading up to the Healing Village area.
We reserve a designated accessibility camp in a central location, close to the main camp (3 minutes walk.) This includes a designated ADA accessible toilet. There are two shower facilities, each with one-two steps to access. There is one shower stall located on the outside wall of the Bath House facility which is flat ground and accessible by wheelchair.
There are two river access points. The Mermaid Rock access point is less accessible, with rocky terrain and a steeper hike down an incline. The Keiki Beach access point is more accessible, with a small hill leading to a wider pebble beach. River access can be accommodated for wheelchairs with assistance.
Seating is mostly ground seating for classes/ morning announcements, and attendees are expected to bring their own seating as needed. There are some picnic benches spread out throughout the land, and plastic folding chairs with backs can be provided by request.
Sign language interpreters will be provided by Spirit Weavers Gathering as needed.
For specific accessibility questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org