WHAT TO BRING

Bring what you need to make yourself comfortable and to have a good time! Some people like to go all out and bring all the bells and whistles! Or, maybe you prefer to keep it simple and go minimalist. It's up to you! But, don't forget to bring food and beverages!

WORKSHOP ESSENTIALS
Most workshops are held in the main hall. Note that the floor is concrete. Some workshops, such as yoga or drumming, may be held outside on the lawn.
dance wear
water bottle
yoga mat
notebook & pen
finger cymbals
drum
props such as a veil, cane, big skirt, etc. if needed
dance shoes, if you like (dance floor is concrete as noted above)

BASIC ESSENTIALS
flashlight or headlamp for walking the roads and trails to the cabins or meadow at night
camera, memory card, charger
sunblock
sunglasses, sun hat, parasol
books to read
ear plugs
medications and prescriptions (If you have a medical concern that may need attention while at the retreat please notify the staff upon arrival)
fairy lights and cabin decorations, if desired
tote bag to carry personal items between cabins/tents and main hall
cash and credit cards for shopping. (Not all vendors accept credit cards. Please be prepared with cash.)
blanket or tapestry for hanging out on the lawn
bug repellent (although bugs aren’t usually a problem)

BEDDING — CABINS
sheets, blankets, and pillow OR sleeping bag, sheets, and pillow
earplugs
power strip and extension cord

CAMPING — MEADOW
tent & tent stakes (the wind can be very strong so secure your tent to keep it from blowing away)
ground tarp
sleeping bag
sleeping pad
pillow
camp chair

IMPORTANT!
STAKE YOUR TENT!!!

The winds and haboobs can be brutal! 
The weight of your personal items and bedding inside your tent are not enough to keep your tent from blowing away! It is imperative that you stake your tent! Trust us on this one! If you need advice, please inquire within our Facebook group with our meadow camper retreat veterans! STAKE YOUR TENT!!! 

TOILETRIES
flip flops for showers (mats are hard on the feet)
towel and washcloth
all toiletries
feminine hygiene

CLOTHING – suggested additions to your wardrobe
light, but warm wrap for evenings and mornings
sun protection clothing
dance wear for workshops
pajamas

HIKING AND SWIMMING
There are nearby lakes within driving distance and hiking trails that start right at the facility.
swimsuit
aquasocks or river sandals (rocks in the lakes can be very slippery)
towel
floatie
hiking shoes (camp is a rocky, dry desert environment and there are snakes and scorpions)
mountain bike for riding around camp or the park