What you need to know

We'll be gathering in a magical space to celebrate life in nature, connecting to the earth, ourselves, and others in the process. Come join us for our Shabbos get together! 

Location:
Yasgurs Farm Bethel New York

What to bring:
Everything you need to make yourself comfortable for a long weekend outdoors. These are wooded grounds protect your tents with footprint tarps.

There is no electricity or water at most campsites.

For Your Tent & Campsite
These are important items for your camping checklist:
2-3 person tent
1-2 person tent
1-2 person double layer tent
Heavy Duty Stakes
Medium Duty Stakes
Sunshade or tarp footprint
Blow up mattress or cots
Sleeping bags
Blanket & pillow
Bed-linens
Lights 
Fairy lights 
Headlamps or flashlights (and
extra batteries)
Camping chairs
Hammock
Book/ reading material

Health & Hygiene
Toilet paper
Fresh wipes
Toothbrush and toothpaste
Toiletry kit
Towel
Shampoo and conditioner
Deodorant
Powder
Menstrual products
Brush/comb
Cosmetics
Spare eyeglasses/ contact lens supplies
Prescription medications
First-aid kit or first-aid supplies
Sunscreen
Insect repellent

BYOB
Water bottles
Cooler with ice packs
Trash/ recycling bags

Personal Items
ID
Reservation confirmation

Other recommendations from campsite32.com to make your camping experience as easy and comfy as possible.
Telescoping Tarp Poles
Backpack
Hanging Gear Organizer
Gear Organizer
Compression Sack
Fan
Portable Power Station
Compact Projector
Inflatable Lounger Couch

What's with food?
We provide Glatt Kosher Gourmet Meals
Toyamehu Friday afternoon
Breakfast daily
24 Hr Coffee station
Gourmet meals
Melava Malka Farbrengen
Option to host your own meal at your campsite. We will package up your meals for you to take to your own campsite. Bring your table and chairs.

Car access:
Gates open Thursday 4:20 p.m. afternoon.

There are to be no cars present on the grounds at all!