Because this is a focused weekend retreat, we will be including meals in your pre-registration / registration cost. There is no need to purchase an additional food plan. This will help us keep to schedule and keep guests from having to scramble around to hunt, forage, and cook food during the weekend. You are more than welcome to bring your own food or to eat your meals at nearby restaurants, but there's really no need to do so. You are also welcome to bring snacks and drinks, if you would like to supplement the meals provided. For your convenience, there is a Food Lion and a number of restaurants near the campground.
We are providing meals from dinner Friday until breakfast Sunday. Any meals outside this time frame are your responsibility.
If you have any special dietary restrictions or food allergies, please mention them when you register.
Guests may bring alcohol provided they are of legal age, but alcohol must remain within the confines of the cabin and its immediate grounds. As this is a State park, public alcohol use is prohibited. Consider transferring any alcohol to another container to make it less obvious.
You do not need to bring your own plates and utensils. The cabins have basic plates, utensils, and cookware. Additionally, we will have some paper plates, plastic cups, and plastic utensils on hand, as well as paper towels / napkins.
Below is the menu from the April 2019 retreat. Our 2020 menu will be determined as we get closer to March.
Some items may be added or substituted based on budget and availability.
Dinner: "Camp" pizzas and salad.
Breakfast: Sausage (and veggie sausage), eggs, toast, and jelly.
Lunch: Hot dogs, chips, and sides.
Dinner: Make your own "haystack" nachos. We'll provide chips, meat, beans, salsa, and other toppings.
Breakfast: Bagels, cream cheese, and fruit cups.
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