DOGS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND CAMP
Please refer to the weather averages before selecting your wardrobe, and check back in with Weather Underground prior to the event for more accurate weather predictions.
For warmer temperatures, we suggest sun-shielding hats, swimsuits, water sandals, t-shirts, and shorts.
For colder temperatures, we suggest long-sleeved shirts, fleece jacket or wool sweater, boots, and rainwear.
Sleeping bag or bedding
(We can provide bedding for those that are traveling from afar, but only if you tell us when you RSVP)
Water bottle (steel or plastic)
Toiletries (the camp has shared bathroom and shower facilities)
Earplugs and eye masks for sleeping if you need them
Headlamp or flashlight
Camp Navarro map
Sun protection (sunscreen, lip balm, sunglasses)
Insulation (jacket, pants, hat)
Repair kit and tools
Hydration (water bottles)
We will have beverages covered for the weekend, but feel free to supplement the bar with a bottle of your favorite spirits.
We will definitely have wine, cider, beer and non-alcoholic drinks taken care of. Cheers!
CLOTHING & FOOTWEAR
For the beach afternoon and BBQ you’ll want casual summertime clothes. You can expect camp and surrounding Anderson Valley to be hot, maybe very hot, but the beach could be foggy and crisp, so bring layers. We will have the cool shade of the redwoods at camp for respite from the heat. Bring comfortable shoes for in and around camp. The paths in camp are well maintained, but not paved. For the wedding itself, dress it up a bit, but ultimately be carefree and comfortable in the summer heat and being outdoors. If anybody wants to get wild and crazy with costumes or fun flair for the BBQ or the dance party on Saturday, we are sure everyone will appreciate it.
We will be building a little village together for the weekend, and we’d love to have you add your bit of flair to the mix! So if you’re driving, consider bringing pillows and fabrics and other fun things to decorate your cabin or tent area. There will be little to no moon, so bring a headlamp, flashlight or camping lanterns if you have them. A folding chair may be nice to have outside your cabin.
We will have places for you to add natural artifacts or altar pieces you’re so inclined to bring that sort of offering.
Battery operated lighting
(no open flames)