How we camp at Matriarch Rising

There’s nothing better than falling asleep to the sound of mother nature under the stars after a beautiful day spent with your sisters. Over four days, hundreds of women gather from around the world to drop all barriers, meet old and new friends, and create a community of sisterhood.

Make new friends, have deep and inspiring conversations, and enjoy the sacred land. You will make memories that last a lifetime.

Three ways to camp:

Primitive Camping

We have “primitive camping” up the meadow in the quietest section of the property. Your ticket includes both parking and a primitive camping spot. There is a drop off point in the central part of the property where staff will be around to assist you in transporting you and your belongings up to primitive camping.

While you have access to your car, you will not be camping near it.  If this is something you desire, we suggest you purchase a Car/RV add on. Staff will ONLY be available to help you on ARRIVAL DAY, this won’t be available if you come later in the week.

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Car or RV Camping

We have a limited amount of car and RV passes that will allow you to camp with (or in!) your vehicle during your time at the festival. This is the most convenient way to camp, especially if you’re coming with little ones.

This is an add-on; you must select it when purchasing your ticket.

These passes sell out quickly and are not available for purchase when you arrive.

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Glamping

** SOLD OUT **
Email us at [email protected] to be added to the waitlist!

Perfect for two people!

Reserve a glamping tent, where everything you need to camp comfortably is provided.

This includes a stylish bell tent with two twin mattresses and bed frames. There is also cute decor, linens, two towels, and a bedside table. Each tent sleeps two, so you're welcome to split the tent and cost with a friend!

This is an add-on; you must select it when purchasing your ticket.

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Friendly Reminders

We ask that you help us protect the magic of our Festival by respecting the grounds and those around you.  To assure this, we’d like to remind you:

FIRES ARE PROHIBITED

The festival will have a nightly bonfire, but personal fires are not allowed. 



COME PREPARED FOR THE ELEMENTS

You are spending five nights and four days camping on rural land. MRF is a rain-or-shine event. Please ensure you, your tent and camping gear are protected from rain by bringing rain protective gear, such as tarps, rain boots and jacket, etc. Also, you are in nature, so be aware of your surroundings.  We suggest you come prepared for insects, poison ivy, and remember that we share the woods with animals.


PACK IT IN, PACK IT OUT

Please help us protect and preserve mother earth and our beautiful land. Whatever you bring in, take when you go. This includes garbage, bottles, candy wrappers, and diapers. Trash cans are only provided in the dining hall and the bathroom and are not to be taken advantage of or used for personal camping trash. 


PRACTICE SISTERHOOD

We ask that you help us protect the magic of MRF, remain mindful of your sisters around you, and always engage respectfully. Women come here to both play and rest, so please be attuned to those around you.