Wisteria Event Site and Campground hosts two major festivals a year, and hosts and facilitates several other events organized by outside groups. Though our festivals are currently limited due to COVID-19 guidelines, below is a partial list of events we plan to hold featuring light programming, fires, workshops, and community. More to come!
June 17 – June 20, 2021
This year’s Appalachian Summer Solstice will be more limited than previous years due to COVID-19 guidelines. We are planning light programming including socially distanced music, workshops, vending, activities, fires at Stone Circle and ceremony. Read more…
If Starwood occurs this year, more information will be added as it is made available.
July 30 – August 1, 2021
Traditionally, European cultures have celebrated the first fruits of the annual harvest at the beginning of August. Come to Wisteria and celebrate the beginning of the harvest season with bonfires, drumming, camping, dancing, and community.
Like the other festivals we’re holding this year, Barleycorn will be more limited than previous years.
September 23 – 26, 2021
Celebrate Harvest, Hearth, and Home
Explore regional forest products in our 220-acre nature preserve and join us in celebrating sustainable local culture.
October 7 – 11, 2021
Autumn Fires honors harvest, Halloween, and Hallows. Hardy campers celebrate seasonal color with music, feasting, workshops, and campfires. This seasonal event features a community wide pottery workshop and all night pottery pit-firing with drumming and dancing. Autumn Fires is a kid’s paradise, with cooperative play, crafts, pumpkin carving, and other seasonal activities. Our ancestors will be honored with ceremony, remembrance and an Ancestor Shrine. Read more…
Season Passes are available, as well as memberships. To learn more, visit the 2021 Seasonal Memberships page.
We traditionally host a small community gathering during the night of Winter Solstice. If you’re an experienced cold weather camper and the weather is cooperating, feel free to come join us. Bring your cold weather gear (expect rain, snow, and cold), instruments, food to share for the pot-luck, and a decent vehicle. Bring water because there are NO SERVICES other than portable toilets! For more information follow us on Facebook.