A Wise Woman Retreat
October 11-13, 2019 | Camp Woodmont, Lookout Mtn
CYE Member Registration starts at $219 (Includes Meals and Lodging)
Registration for Wild Roots ended on 9/29/19 at 10:00pm. This page includes information for those who have pre-registered and paid to attend the retreat.
50% Refund through
August 9, 2019.
No refunds available after August 9, 2019; however you may transfer your registration to another person through
October 4, 2019.
No pets allowed.
No alcohol or illegal substances.
No children; infants allowed with a private cabin only.
Cabins are rustic with electricity and no bathroom. Bathhouses are very close by.
ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE
Check-in begins at 1:00pm Eastern Time on Friday, October 11, 2019. Check-in ends at 6:30pm Eastern Time. If you are not going to be able to arrive by then, please make special arrangements with us in advance. The first workshop will begin at 3:00pm Eastern Time and Dinner will be served at 6:30pm Eastern Time. Our retreat will end on Sunday at approximately 1:00pm.
DIRECTIONS, PARKING, and MORE
Location: Camp Woodmont. 381 Moonlight Drive, Cloudland, GA 30731.
Map: A map of Camp Woodmont can be downloaded on the left of this page.
Parking: Parking will be on the right after passing Beaver's Lodge. There will be signs and/or someone instructing you where to park. After parking, walk to the Dining Hall for check in. Temporary parking is available at the Dining Hall for easier accessibility and unloading if needed.
Cell & Internet Service: There is limited cell service and internet service at camp, please plan accordingly. In case of emergency, the camp's phone # is 423-470-6070.
Camping: If you selected camping, bring your own tent. Individual campfires are not allowed but feel free to bring a cooler or snacks to keep in your tent.
Shared-Cabin: If you selected shared-cabin lodging, you will receive your specific cabin assignment upon arrival. You will be sleeping on a twin-size bottom bunk. Bring your own linens (sheets, blankets or sleeping bag and pillow).
Private Cabin: If you selected a private cabin, you will have a one room rustic sleeping cabin to yourself. Bring your own linens.
*All cabins are rustic, with fans and electricity but no heating. Bathhouses are very close to the cabins.
WHAT TO BRING
Clothing: The weather ranges from warm days to chilly nights and the cabins do not have heaters. Prepare to layer and bring comfortable shoes. Don't forget sunglasses, a jacket and an umbrella (just in case).
Linens: Whether you are camping or in a cabin, you will need to bring your own sleeping bag or linens (sheet, blanket, etc.) and pillow.
Bathroom Items: Bring personal toiletries, washcloths, towel and any other items you'll need when showering or using the bathhouse.
Drum or instrument for drum circle (we have drums to share)
A tumbler or thermos for tea
A journal or notebook
A blanket, cushion and/or yoga mat
Binoculars or camera
Ear plugs (in case of snoring roommates)
Any medication you may need
CASH for Herb & Gift vendors
WHAT NOT TO BRING
Please do not bring any of the following: pets, alcohol, marijuana, illegal drugs, camp stoves or firearms.
MEALS & REFRESHMENTS
Complimentary tea and water will be available throughout the weekend. Download the menu for meals here. Feel free to bring your own snacks. Help us reduce waste by bringing your own mug, tumbler or thermos for tea and beverages.
Friday Dinner: Sweet Potato Bar
Friday Reception: Dandelion Root Muffins, Peanut Butter Burdock Cookies, Orange Ginger Cake, Local Kombucha, Root Teas
Saturday Breakfast: Root Vegetable Hash, Eggs, Grits, Chicken Sausage/Veggie Sausage, Juice
Saturday Lunch: Creamed Root Soup, Kale Salad, Chicken Salad Croissants, Berry Chia Seed Pudding
Saturday Dinner: Smoked Portabellas with Gouda and Roasted Onion, Baked Broccoli, and Herb & Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Sunday Breakfast: Banana Boats, Quiche, Scones
*Vegan, Dairy Free & Gluten Free options will be available for those who made requests during registration. No new requests can be accommodated after 9/29/19.
Please contact Michelle Rigling, Retreat Organizer, if you have questions. Please note that starting on Thursday, October 10, communication will be limited due to unreliable cell and internet service at Camp Woodmont. Please understand that response may be delayed during this time period. Michelle can be reached by phone at 423-508-9745 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Past Retreat Photos & About Camp Woodmont
Our retreat location is a rustic, yet beautiful camp with acres of wilderness to explore and miles of hiking. A small lake offers space for reflection, napping, reading and relaxing. We gathered at Camp Woodmont back in 2017 for our retreat, Into the Wild: A Wise Woman Gathering. Below are some photos of that event and Camp Woodmont's property.