If necessary to cancel, please notify Betsy White, Registration Chair at 512-917-0769, or email@example.com via email to let her know who will take your place. Registration can be transferred to another person; however, no refunds will be given.
Please read these important changes and
information for the new facility:
Lodging will be available in either a cabin that sleeps up to four people,
or a campsite that sleeps up to eight people per site. The conference will provide both evening meals, as well as coffee and tea. Each attendee is responsible for providing their own breakfasts, lunch, and beverages other than coffee and tea. Please note that the meeting hall does not have a refrigerator, stove, or oven. Food storage and preparation will be in your own cabin or campsite.
As soon as registration opens we will include instructions for arrival.
What should I bring?
- Bedding for a twin bed (sheets, pillow, blankets), or a sleeping bag
- Extra blankets (these come in handy if your cabin is cooler than you prefer)
- Towels and toiletries (don't forget sunscreen!)
- A folding chair for meetings/workshops, and to lounge on the porch of your cabin
- An instrument to join in jam sessions and the drum circle
- A cooler with food and drinks for your breakfast and lunch, dinner will be provided on both Friday and Saturday
What are the cabins/campsites like?
- Each cabin sleeps 4 adults in bunk style beds
- Very basic, with electricity, outside water spigot, heat and A/C, ceiling fans, and a grill
- No attached restroom, the facilities are a short walk from the cabins
- Cabins closest to the facilities will be reserved for our Elders, and those who have a medical mobility necessity to be nearest the meeting hall.
- Cabins are grouped in several small groupings. Each grouping will have a designated "lights out," so that attendees can choose their preferred grouping. We will also do our best to have designated cabins for folks who snore, smoke, etc...
- Campsites are available for tent camping or an R.V., and may sleep up to 8 people.
What about food and cooking?
- Each lodging site has a fire pit, a grill, a picnic table and electricity available. The camp store sells ice and firewood. Please be prepared to store, chill, and prepare any food you bring without a kitchen setup in the meeting hall.
- Dinner on both Friday and Saturday evenings will be provided. (There will be vegetarian options available, however please contact us if you have an allergy or medical dietary restrictions.)
- BYOF: Bring your own food for breakfast and lunch on Sat and Sun. You're also welcome to bring snacks. Keep in mind there is no refrigerated storage available, so you will need to bring a cooler if you bring food that needs to stay cold.
- We will not be providing bottled/filtered water. However, the tap water at the park is safe to drink.
- If you are staying in a cabin, you will have electricity and are welcome to bring a coffee maker or other small appliance.
What about the weather?
- The weather in Central Texas in October is very unpredictable. Check the weather forecast before you come and pack accordingly! Our meeting spaces are covered but you may want to bring an umbrella if rain is forecast.
Are pets allowed?
Can I bring my children?
- Sorry, no children are allowed (the only exception is a nursing infant). This allows for a true retreat experience for all women.
What if I have to cancel?
- If necessary to cancel, please notify Betsy White, Registration Chair at (512) 917-0769, or firstname.lastname@example.org via email to let her know who will take your place. Registration can be transferred to another person; however, no refunds will be given.
Have other questions?
- Contact Kathleen V. at 512-422-2281