2024 NaBA RENDEZVOUS
Join us for 3 nights of camping next to Lake Dillon in the heart of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains! Catch up with your natural building friends, partake in naturally-minded discussions and debates, and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the area.
We’ll be staying in the Forest Loop (south half) of Windy Point Campground, which is close to Keystone Resort and the town of Dillon, CO. Please see the Recreation.gov link to the right for more information and rules about the campground.
Due to limited parking spaces, registration for the event is PER VEHICLE, and is limited to tents and smaller RVs only – sorry no full-size buses. There are no electrical or water hookups in the campground.
What’s included in registration:
- A camping spot for 3 nights. No other passes or park admissions are needed.
What’s NOT included:
Everything else! Please arrive fully prepared and stocked for a tent/van camping experience in a high alpine environment. We will not be providing any meals, snacks, beverages, shelter, etc. There is NO WATER or electricity at the site. Water might be available at other nearby campgrounds, or otherwise in Dillon/Frisco.
Brief list of things you should bring:
- Food, Water, etc. for 3 days (unless you want to spend your free time grocery shopping)
- All shelter, clothing, and gear you need to stay comfortable. Lake Dillon is at 9000 ft in elevation – nights can be COLD and afternoon thunderstorms are very common.
- If you have an extra pop-up tent, this might come in very handy for staying dry (or shaded) during discussions. If we have enough, we could join them together and cover a big group of people.
- An open mind ready for creative thinking and friendly banter.
What NOT to bring:
- Firewood. Wood fires will only be allowed in the one firepit located in the center of the campsite. We can purchase firewood locally as needed, as long as wildfire restrictions are not in place.
- An offensive attitude or derogatory comments. We’re a group of folks that can likely handle some friendly satire, but let’s keep it respectable.
Check In: 2:00 PM on Thursday, June 20. Set up and meet as a group in the evening to review the program for the coming days, including creating semi-focused discussion topics for different time slots. Feel free to email us some proposed topics!
Friday and Saturday:
- Free time for breakfast and exploring
- Morning “session” from 10am – Noon
- Free time for lunch and whatever
- Happy Hour “session”
- Break for dinner
- Evening “session” around the fire
Sunday June 23rd: Vacate the campground by 12 noon.
Please email or call with any questions!