FOR A GOOD TIME, PLEASE READ: THINGS TO KNOW AT CAMP
When arriving at camp, you must stop at the first building on your right and register in the self registration window. There will be no attendant on duty, just drop your payment in the slot. If you have questions, come to the kitchen. Someone will check on you during the weekend to make sure your self registration payment was correct.
Group rates available on other than Festival weekends. Please email or call for information.
The campground has many wooded tent sites, several large group tent sites, several car camping sites, and an RV section with 20 and 30 amp electric only (no water or sewer hookups available). Campers and tenters may bring grills and camp stoves. Open fires are only allowed at designated sites. Electricity is not offered in the tent area of the campground. All cabins have an overhead light. Plenty of impeccably clean porta-potties are provided throughout the campground.
The most "home-like" cabin, lights, deck, grill, hammock, full size bed and twin size bunk bed downstairs, full size bed in upstairs loft, couch, and porta potty close to the cabin.
Three full size beds, overhead light, loft, exterior deck with chairs, hammock, and grill.
Sundance has been recently renovated to be a pet friendly cabin with a fenced area beside the cabin. Member's pets are permitted inside the Sundance. Sundance has two full size beds, five twin beds, a table and chairs, covered porch, hammock, and charcoal grill. It is located in a quiet, secluded, shady, wooded area of the campground.
Thelma and Louise
Double cabin with covered deck between. Each cabin has one double bed bunk, two twin bunk bed, an overhead light, hammock, and grill. Great for large groups.
Another rustic cabin available for rent. The bunkhouse has electricity in addition to an overhead light.
Camping and Cabins
A secluded, natural, getaway for women. Home of the Virginia Women's Music Festival