Family Fun Community Campout
August 16, 17, 18, 2019
Join us for a weekend of relaxed community connection and family fun, with no agenda but to connect and hang out in the country!
Registration is required.
Cost is by suggested donation towards One Tree Village expenses
Family Clothing Swap
Big screen movie night
Cost: Suggested donation of $20 per night, per tent or family
This is a not-for-profit event, all proceeds go toward expenses for upkeep and maintenance of our One Tree Village site and community events. If you are pressed for cash we will gladly receive contributions of labour towards property upkeep and maintenance in exchange. Contact Bev.
Tent site or group tipi sleeping
(first come first served in the tipi, space is limited)
Electricity (bring your own (extra-long) extension cord)
Potable well water
Common Areas include:
Large Tent Shelter
Common Fire Pit
Shared picnic tables at common cooking areas
Cold water dishwashing station
What to bring:
Bring your camping gear, bedding, cooking gear, food, plates & cutlery. You may wish to bring musical instruments, art supplies, yoga mat, festival wear, games and activities and Family Clothing Swap items.
Please pack out what you pack in! We must pay for our trash disposal by weight. We will gladly accept your food compost and food scraps for our gardens and chickens.
Things to know:
Weather dependent event! If its gonna pour rain all weekend we may choose to cancel the camping (and likely just carry on with the clothing swap.) Watch for notifications on the FB event page and the home page of this website, if rain is forecast!
Pets: Pets are allowed according to the terms of agreement as laid out in the registration form.
Please note: Hard substance use on our private property is strictly prohibited. Please respect that you are our guest, and also be cognizant of this as a family, kid friendly event, and party responsibly. We reserve the right to ask anyone to leave should we feel that you are behaving irresponsibly. Thank you for your understanding!
Location: DeWinton acreage, 10 minutes south of Calgary. Directions available HERE.
Accommodation: Sign up to stay over night in one of the tipis or in designated tenting sites on the property; or you may choose to commute for the day. Outdoor toilet on site. Showers are not available.
Food: Bring cook and clean up after your own! Sharing is welcome!
Activities: The only thing we have planned for you is a Family Clothing Swap on Saturday and its purely optional. You can invite a friend to join us just for the swap if they are not into camping! To participate bring all of your no longer needed, gently used clothing for people of all ages and swap for treasures that someone else brought. All left over clothing will be donated to charity.
Schedule: No schedule really! Do what you want when you want!
(maybe respect the usual camping courtesy of quiet time after 11:00pm though)
2:00 pm - 8:00 pm: Check in
Chill out - Hang Out- Family Games
1:00pm - 4pm: Family Clothing Swap
Chill Out - Hang Out - Family Games
8:00pm: Check out
Space is limited in the tipi so register soon to secure your place! Click HERE to access the registration form. You can send payment by e-transfer (firstname.lastname@example.org) or cash in person.
Registration deadline is July 10, 2018 so we kind of know how to prepare. (But really if you decide at the last minute you suddenly wanna come, call us! There may still be room!)
Registrants will be contacted with confirmation ASAP once registration form processed.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Bev at
Know any musicians who wanna do an outdoor house concert this weekend? Get in touch with Bev at
We are a welcoming and affirming community that celebrates diversity - persons of all beliefs, traditions, origins, LGBTQ2S+, etc. are abundantly welcomed.
We acknowledge this event takes place on the traditional territories of the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, which includes the Blackfoot Confederacy (comprising the Siksika, Piikani, and Kainai First Nations), the Tsuut’ina First Nation, and the Stoney Nakoda (including the Chiniki, Bearspaw, and Wesley First Nations).