Touch Mother Earth non-profit
returns with a Gathering of the TRIBES. August 12th - 14th.
Come camp and immerse yourself in one of
the various tribal villages at Camp Sacajawea in Farmingdale, NJ. (Monmouth County)
Imagine a camping experience where your
facilitators, teachers, leaders, vendors, and other tribe members are all together in the communal forest. You get to camp, hang out with a tribe, learn together, share meals and talk together in one
It’s not just a fun experience, not just
a learning experience it’s a bonding experience...
The tribal villages are:
Drum n Dance Tribe
Songwriters Music Jam
Mind Body Spirit Harmonics
Mother Earth Nature Family
Sacred Moon Fire Clan
Each village will have ongoing
activities over the weekend and everyone can float to any of the other villages and attend the many different workshops.
ALL WORKSHOPS ARE INCLUDED WITH YOUR
TICKET. Kids are welcome.
Check out the drum, song, and story
circles held around the camp
and bring your instrument to join on stage at the
jam sessions. Dance to the live music under the stars, do yoga,
meditate on sound healing, get a massage or reading, play your flute, shop, or hike the trails! Enjoy the lake, a healthy meal, and make new friends.
Choose from the onsite platform tents already set up (each sleeps 1 - 6), rent a cabin (each
sleeps 1 - 6), or stay in your own tent in one of the villages complete with a fire circle and vendors!
We also have car camping and a large
yurt available for a large group. Camp showers and compost toilets are on site.
Not a camper? No problem. Folks close by can come for the day or all weekend and go home at
night. But the real immersion and magic happen by staying over for the full experience in the forest.
will be onsite or you can bring your own. We will have great vegetarian/vegan food and snacks
Hand-picked vendors will be set up in
the villages and along the paths, so you can buy a drum, pick up some handmade soap, jewelry, tinctures, clothing, art, and more!
We are currently accepting vendors,
presenters, and volunteers! Forms are on the website.