What to Bring

  1.  Housing- tent or camper and bedding
  2.  Solar Showers- no shower facilities exist at this campground,  there will be port-a-potties
  3.  Drinking Water- nearest potable water is 3 miles away
  4.  Food- personal meals for the week and something to share with  the group for potluck on Sabbath
  5.  Camp Chairs- everyone provides their own seating during tent  meetings
  6. Appropriate Attire- warm jacket for the cool evenings. It is not unusual to get rained on as well, so bring an umbrella!
  7.  Outdoor Recreation Items- horses, ATV, 4×4, hiking boots, fishing  gear, canoe, etc.
  8.  Insect repellant, Sun screen

If you are bringing horses, there are several things to keep in mind:

  1. You must provide a way to confine your animals (corral panels, electric fence, etc.)
  2. Feed must be certified weed-free
  3. There is a creek and reservoir for water


Be prepared for high altitude (+9,000 feet). If you are from low elevation, bring medications, such as aspirin, to relieve symptoms of altitude sickness. You may also find some helpful information about Altitude Sickness here.

Wilderness Campmeeting, Christian Fellowship