We strive to keep the cost of the weekend low so as many family and friends can share in this fun low-maintenance and low-cost get away. Check out our affordable rates.
Questions? Call Allison at 617.852.2514 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The weekend will take place rain or shine. We will move the drum circles and yoga classes under cover in case of rain.
Take a look at the schedule here.
Tent sites have electricity, water, and access to modern clean facilities.
Yurts have one futon and one bunk bed (top and bottom), sleeping 3–4 people.
Log cabins have one double bed and one bunk bed (top and bottom), sleeping 3-4 people.
The Deluxe cabins have one double bed and one bunk bed (top and bottom), a futon and a loft that can accommodate a sleeping bag (sleeps up to 6, snugly).
The Lakehouse has two bedrooms, full kitchen, full bath, sleeping up to 4 people and is right on the lake. Remember to bring your linens!
The Lakeside cottage has one double bed and a top bunk, sleeping up to 3 adults. There is a microwave, coffee maker, fridge, sink, shower and toilet in each cabin or cottage.
Rhythm & Spirit is a family-friendly weekend, (our son will be there!) so there are no age restrictions for attending the weekend. However, the yoga and drumming sessions are geared toward adults, so please read on if you plan to bring family members under 18.
Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Participants must be 14 or older to attend the yoga sessions. The drumming instruction is also geared toward adults, but we have had a number of children successfully attend the sessions and joyfully create music with the grown-ups. In these cases, we ask parents to be mindful if it isn’t working for the child to participate and to have an alternate plan (e.g., have another adult available to care for the child, take the child to the playground for a break, etc.)
Children may accompany adults to camp, and parents are responsible for the safety and supervision of children at all times. Please contact us about arrangements and fees if you plan to bring children.
What to Bring
Drums The ideal type of drum to bring is a djembe or an ashiko. They come in many sizes and any size will work well. If you don’t have access to a djembe or an ashiko, there are a limited number of drums available to rent for the weekend.
Please make sure you indicate this on your registration form. Drums will be available for sale as well.
Other Besides standard camping gear for tent camping (including a tent), please be sure to bring a yoga mat and yoga props (optional), kayak (if you have one), sleeping bag, pillow, towel, rain gear, chair for drum circles, and any food you’d like to bring.
You are responsible for your own food during the weekend. You can choose to go rustic and cook over your campfire or venture five minutes into town to explore the restaurants of Plymouth. Breakfast may be purchased in the campground dining room.
The campground is a five minute drive to historic downtown Plymouth. To learn more about Plymouth, go to seeplymouth.com.