The festival is hosted on the shores of a beautiful lake just an hour East of downtown Vancouver. This secluded site features a private sandy beach and a swimming dock, a marsh, a creek, and forested areas. Trails are accessible from the camp which will take you around the lake in about two hours time. The camp features a main lodge with 2-storey vaulted ceilings, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, and a large covered deck. All meals and snacks are served in the main lodge. It also features washroom and shower facilities.
We do not disclose the name and actual location of the site publicly as we want to respect and balance the needs of a child-friendly site and a skyclad-friendly event.
This site is wheelchair accessible. Parking is limited, so we encourage people to carpool.
The site is accessible by public transit, but there's still a bit of a trek up the long dirt driveway from the bus stop, so pack light!
Of course, you can always travel by bubble...
Sleeping accommodations include four cottages, seven cabins, and two yurts. The cottages overlook the lake. Each cottage has three semi-private rooms furnished with bunk beds. These are ideally suited for use as family accommodations. The cabins are nestled in the woods, are more private, and are furnished with six single beds. The yurts are near the parking lot and are furnished with five sets of bunk beds. Accommodations are fully winterized and equipped with electric light and heat, beds and foam mattresses. Campers need only supply their own sleeping bags and pillows.
For the more self-reliant persons, limited camping spaces are also available for tents, but are assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis. There is no registration fee discount for tenting.
There are two large rooms for workshops, as well as two fire pits, the docks, beach, heated sleeping quarters and a main lodge with an indoor and outdoor fireplace, two sets of bathrooms (one with a shower), and coffee almost always ready for drinking.