October 2-4, 2020
This adults-only event is open to a small group of adults: 21 and up. It's perfect for couples, or for singles looking to connect with other like-minded, outdoorsy people. After a detailed orientation and tour on Friday evening, participants will settle into their rustic sleeping quarters, and then enjoy a delicious wood-fired meal cooked exclusively over fire without electricity in our candle-lit outdoor dining hall Nacho-Mama's Cafe. Evening activities and a restful night sleeping to the sounds of nature, are sure to reset and recalibrate our guests from the stresses of everyday life.
There is no electricity, cell-signal, wifi, or hot running water onsite, but this outdoor camping experience of crafting and playing in the pristine wilderness of Turtle Island Preserve is sure to reveal some of the magic, only our summer campers get to experience. On Sunday visitors will enjoy a hot breakfast and morning activity before packing up with stories to share.
Date/Time: 4pm Friday October 2 - 11am Sunday October 4, 2020
Available Spaces: limited to 12 adults
Cost: $325 online or discounted by postal mail: $300 (hot meals & overnight rustic lodging included)
Cancellations: non-refundable deposit (1/2 of total) is retained for all cancellations
Road Conditions: 1.5 miles off-road gravel - watch the video(link is external)
Location: 8 miles east of Boone, NC - Turtle Island is just 2 miles off the Blue Ridge Parkway Bamboo Gap Exit
How To Register:
Option 1: Pay $325 with credit card via our secure paypal button and email these forms to firstname.lastname@example.org
Option 2: Pay $300 w/ check or money order by Postal Mail - print and enclose these forms to:
Turtle Island Preserve
Attn. Adult Camp
2683 Little Laurel Road
Boone, NC 28607
After You've Registered:
WARNING: Under North Carolina Law, There Is No Liability For An Injury To Or Death Of A Participant In An Agritourism Activity Conducted At This Agritourism Location If Such Injury Or Death Results From The Inherent Risks Of The Agritourism Activity. Inherent Risks Of Agritourism Activities Include, Among Others, Risks Of Injury Inherent To Land, Equipment, And Animals, As Well As The Potential For You To Act In A Negligent Manner That May Contribute To Your Injury Or Death. You Are Assuming The Risk Of Participating In This Agritourism Activity.