CAMP DATES

July 28, 2023 through August 2, 2023

REGISTRATION DATES

Mid-May: REGISTRATION begins
June 14: Registration Closes.

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REGISTRATION Information

family CAMPER

$440

Family of 4+ campers from the same household.

Campers under 5 years come free.

TEMPLE MEMBER

INDIVIDUAL CAMPER

$110

Per camper up to 3 campers from the same household.

Campers under 5 years come free.

TEMPLE MEMBER

family CAMPER

$550

Family of 4+ campers from the same household.

Campers under 5 years come free.

NON-MEMBER

INDIVIDUAL CAMPER

$140

Per camper up to 3 campers from the same household.

Campers under 5 years come free.

NON-MEMBER

day guest

$30/day

Would you like to introduce a friend to camp? You can.

Coordinate with the Registration Bodhi once you’re registered.

VISITOR

PEACE CAMP T-SHIRT

$20

2023 Peace Camp themed t-shirts.

Available in white or gray; and in youth, women’s, and unisex sizing.

ALL CAMPERS

inner peas

INCLUDED

Tye Dye
Swimming
Blueberry Picking
Meditation at the Dock
24 Hr. Meditation Relay
Floating Lanterns
Talent Show

ALL CAMPERS

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Peace Camp 2023 Registration FAQ

Yes! Visiting camp is a great way to see what Peace Camp is about before committing to a 5-day retreat. Coordinate your friend’s visit with the Registration Bodhi. A suggested donation of $30 per person, per day can be offered in advance or at camp. Guests will be required to take a rapid Covid 19 test the day of their visit either at home or onsite and have a negative result to participate in camp.

Yes, but to a lesser degree than in the recent past. Covid 19 policies and procedures are reviewed and updated prior to camp. All campers age 5 years and over must complete a Covid 19 rapid test the same day that they arrive to camp and must have a negative result. Testing can occur at home or onsite so long as it is performed on the same day. Masks are welcomed but not required. Campers are encouraged to have a mask tucked away in case something changes. Vaccinations are encouraged.

Peace Camp is a 5-day organized Buddhist retreat in the woods with a daily agenda for campers of all ages. Campers are expected to fully participate in all aspects of camp as they are able. This means that campers of all ages attend what we call “All Sangha” events such as Morning Circle and Evening Service. It means that children attend age-appropriate counselor groups when offered and adults attend workshops, activities and camp feedback meetings. And all campers contribute to the everyday operations of camp including cooking, cleaning, set-up, and breakdown. It means that campers ask questions like, “How can I help?” because many hands make light work. 

All-camp activities run daily starting at 7:30 am and ending at 9 pm with optional activities scheduled at select times throughout the day. Explore the Peace Camp handbook for detailed information about the camp.

SAMPLE DAILY SCHEDULE

  • 7 am meditation on the dock (optional)
  • 7:45 am Coffee circle (adults and counselors only)
  • 8:30 am Breakfast
  • 9:30 am Family work practice
  • 10:00 am Daily Dharma
  • 10:30 am Morning program: age-appropriate workshops
  • 11:30 Lunch
  • 1:00 pm Peace Hour – All Quiet at Camp options include rest, dharma Instruction, quiet games
  • 2:30 pm Afternoon program – age-appropriate workshops
  • 3:30 pm Waterfront time
  • 6:00 pm Dinner
  • 7:30 p All-Camp special event (optional)
  • 8:00 pm Evening service
  • 9:00 pm Goodnight campers ages 0-11,
  • 9:00 pm Evening programs for youth campers ages 12yrs and older (optional)
  • 9:30 pm Evening meditation (optional)
  • 10:00 pm: Goodnight youth campers up to age 15.
  • Midnight: Goodnight for all remaining campers (if you made. it this far!)

Peace Camp camper registration costs cover your full stay at camp. It includes all meals, your campsite, and all camp activities and required supplies. Aside from room, board, and activities, campers pay an additional cost if they opt to order camp t-shirts. All campers are asked to donate the gift of a pre-packaged snack for camp use as needed.

Yes, we do. Scholarships are available on an as-needed basis. You may reach out to the Registration Bodhi before you register or there is an option to indicate that you are interested in scholarship opportunities during the registration process. In either case, the Registration Bodhi will contact you after your inquiry or registration submission has been sent.

For more Questions & Answers about camp, visit our Camp Questions & Answers page