Spring Camp has been transformed

into the “May Getaway”, May 10-13!

See this link for details,

or click here to register!

The information below does not apply to the May Getaway.


The all-inclusive price covers all workshops, events, campsite, and ALL MEALS shown on the schedule.

Sliding scale $575 – $850

Every all-natural meal will have vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and non-dairy options, and we can accommodate most other special dietary needs as well.

Register before April 12th and receive a $45 Early Bird discount!

Sleep in your car or a tent with your own equipment and receive a $50 camping discount!

Want to come, but on a tight budget?  We have a limited number of opportunities for scholarship and work-trade. If you would like to request assistance fill out this application form or click here for more information.

Please submit your application for financial assistance by April 12th, 2024!

A campsite and/or a bunk bed is included in the registration fee.  Indoor accommodation upgrades are available from $175 for the entire event.  Click here for details.

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Q: I see that there is a sliding scale for camp. What should I pay?
A: We encourage you to pay as much for camp as you feel comfortable paying. Even the high end of the sliding scale is an excellent price for 5 days of meals and high-quality workshops.  Every bit of the money received goes toward making camp and other New Culture events happen, including providing scholarships for campers with financial need. Bottom line, we want you to feel good about the amount you contribute. We do have worksheets available to help think about this issue, if you would like!

Q: I would like to contribute additional money to camp. Is it tax-deductible?
A: Yes. Camp is run by the Center for a New Culture, a non-profit corporation with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status. If you would like to contribute to CFNC, please get in touch with us at info@cfnc.us.

Q: I can’t afford the low end of the sliding scale – is there scholarship or work exchange available?
A: Yes. We are committed to making camp financially accessible, and we have scholarship funds available. Work exchange is available before and after camp – the work is usually done in the Washington DC area, at our campground in West Virginia, and can sometimes be done in your home area as well. We are also open to barter arrangements. Please get in touch with us – if you want to be there, we want you to be there!

Spring Camp & COVID-19

  We are committed to making this event safe and connecting. Our new protocol, based on research and current understanding, is to require
     1. A period of limiting exposure
     2. Rapid tests for three consecutive days prior to arrival at camp
     3. On-site rapid tests for two to three days at camp

 **Vaccinations and boosters are no longer required, but are strongly encouraged.***

  Our protocol is subject to change based on conditions nearer the event, and the most updated protocol will be posted at https://www.cfnc.us/events/spring-camp/covid19/

  To those community members whose needs are not met by this protocol, please know that we love you, miss you, and look forward to the day when we can all gather together.  We are working to develop a metric for when we will consider it safe to connect without precautions.

  If our final protocol does not work for you, if you decide to withdraw from attending a CFNC event for illness-related issues, or if we cancel the event due to a surge in COVID cases, we will issue you a full refund.

  We request that you pay via Venmo or Paypal if you would like to pre-pay for an event, so that we can avoid paying credit card fees in the case of cancellation.

Read more about our COVID policy and protocol here

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