Nesting at Pollinate
The primary residences at Pollinate Women’s Weekend are The Villages made up of cabins that circle around a community campfire. Standard cabins accommodate anywhere from 10-12 people in bunk beds. They are heated with porches. Some cabins included bathrooms, and others share a bathhouse in The Village. There are also other cabins spread about the camp that have a newer design with internal rooms that accommodate as little as two people per room. You may also enjoy the rustic “tree house” cabins that overlook the creek, in the trees, with an indoor/outdoor feel provided the screened walls. We will do our best to match you with the accommodation preference you indicated during the registration process, but we cannot guarantee a specific cabin assignment.
There are so many places to ‘do nothing’ at Pollinate Women’s Weekend. Read or nap at the hammock farm, knit and chat on the Chase Lodge river deck and or by the fireplace, or meditate at the creekside gazebo. You can also hike into one of the sacred spaces in the woods or find one of the quiet spaces around camp for some alone time. If you’re top priority is unplugged relax time, we have you covered.
Meals are special times for connection at Pollinate. Yummy and nourishing food is our focus with seasonal and locally sourced ingredients. The talented cooks and nutritionist on our Pollinate team have created menus that will keep you fueled up with good energy during the weekend and accommodate a variety of dietary needs. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are held at Cownie Dining Hall. In addition, the “Pollinate Cafe” will be open in Chase Lodge during the day and evening serving snacks and non-alcoholic beverages. If you would like to make your favorite banana bread, trail mix, pie or snack to contribute to the Canteen let us know by emailing email@example.com.