23834 Clear Creek Rd, Rockbridge, OH 43149
This new locations includes:
-Dining Lodge with wooden dance floor.
-Multiple bathhouse with toilets and showers.
-Rustic cabins for overnight guests or bring your own tent for camping.
-Beautiful location within the Hocking Hills. Maybe we'll even find a Mayapple!
Saturday, May 19 - 2:00pm - 2:00am
2:00-2:30 - Check-in & explore the camp
2:30-5:30 - Workshops!
2:30-3:45pm - Waltz with Dale Shirer
4:00-5:30pm - Challenging Dances with Wild
Rumpus and Jan Phillips might include - No
Walk Thru dances, Challenging contras or
other Unusual dances.
6:00-7:30 - Potluck dinner. Prizes awarded in three categories: Salad, Main Dish & Dessert. Lemonade, water, coffee, tea & tableware provided.
7:30-8:00 - Waltzing (tenative)
8:00-2:00ish - Contra Dancing!
8:00-9:45 - Wild Rumpus
9:45-10:15 - Waltz to Recorded Music
10:15-midnight - Sandy Tar Brothers
Late Night - Open Band
Sunday, May 20 - until Noon
Musicians and Callers - please come and share your talent.
Caller sign-up takes place at the dance, starting at 7:00 pm on Saturday.
Musicians, please contact Adriane Mohlenkamp firstname.lastname@example.org, 740-590-4102 to be added to the schedule. And join the late night Open Band.
Register online and pay by credit card at Eventbrite. Preregistration is required for dancers staying overnight at Camp Wyandot and/or enjoying Sunday breakfast.
Early Bird Special - Register by Apirl 1 (no foolin')
Dance Only : Adults - $25 Students or Youth (12-25) - $15 Kids (0-11) - Free
Dance, Overnight & Breakfast : Adults - $41 Students or Youth (12-25) - $31 Kids (4-11) - $16
Dance & Breakfast : Adults - $31 Students or Youth (12-25)- $21 Kids (4-11) - $6
Preregistration - Register by May 4
Dance Only : Adults - $30 Students or Youth (12-25) - $20 Kids (0-11) - Free
Dance, Overnight & Breakfast : Adults - $46 Students or Youth (12-25) - $36 Kids (4-11) - $16
Dance & Breakfast : Adults - $36 Students or Youth (12-25)- $26 Kids (4-11) - $6
Walk-ins are welcome – we'd love to see you but will not be able to offer breakfast or overnight accommodations! Cash or check accepted (no credit cards).
Adults - $35 Students or Youth (12-25) - $25 Kids (0-11) -Free
Attendees will have a choice of staying in the rustic cabins at Camp Wyandot or pitching your own tent at the camp. Bathroom facilities are available outside of the cabins. There is no electricity or water in the cabins. The cabins provide beds with camp mattresses - the cabins are not heated. Please bring weather appropriate bedding/sleeping bags and pillows.
Young Kids (0-3)
Overnight accomodations and breakfast are free for these young kids. When you register, select the "Dance Only" option and later you'll be prompted to add information about who is staying overnight or joining breakfast.
Note: Using the website simplifies our registration process, but if you need to send a check (payable to SEOTDS), please contact us at email@example.com with all the details about who is attending and staying overnight and we will provide a snail mail address.
- Kids are welcome to participate in all parts of Mayapple stomp. No childcare is provided. Children must be supervised.
- Additional Lodging options.
- The Hocking Hills has many beautiful sites at the Hocking Hills State Park and new attractions like zip lining, canoeing and horseback riding. Area details.
- A limited number of work trade opportunities are available, please contact Adriane Mohlenkamp at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 740-590-4102.
- Help reduce plastic waste: bring your own water bottle and name button.
Photo by Ladybug Contra Photography
What to Bring
-Driving Directions: cell phone and satellite reception is spotty around the camp. Directions are here. Please note that the road into camp is one-car wide with poor visibility - before entering this road honk your horn and pause to make sure no cars are coming the other way.
- Sturdy Walking Shoes: The camp has gravel roads and trails that go up and down.
- Flashlight: Even if you're not staying overnight, the walk back to your car may be dark.
- Potluck Food: There are refrigerators, plenty of plugs for slow cookers, and a microwave. We will NOT be able to use the stove or oven for potluck preparations. There will be bowls and utensils for last minutes cutting and mixing.