Sleeping Capacity Details:
The price per night for each cabin is for two guests only. Most cabins will actually hold more than two people however there is an additional $20 per night per extra guest. The camp runs best if numbers are kept to maximum occupancy recommendations. Each cabin is equipped with sheets, pillows, a light blanket, a wood stove, outhouse and running potable water. Included in a cabin rental is access to the community house, which is a shared kitchen, living space and bath house for all Oz Farm guests, as well as access to the garden, forest, and river.
two double beds in separate rooms and one single bed.
TAI CHI YURT:
two double beds in the same room.
One king bed and one loft double bed.
one double bed and loft futon.
two double beds and a single in same room with two futon beds in the loft.
one double bed and one single bed with a trundle in the same room.
Five double beds in two rooms and a fully equipped kitchen.
one double bed upstairs and one double bed downstairs.
one double bed under the deck of the community house.
Important General Information:
Things to bring: sleeping bag and/or extra blankets for beds (if you tend to run cold at night), towels, flashlights, warm clothes, extra shoes, and in rainy season (usually the non-summer months), rain gear and waterproof boots or footwear. Among the many “optional but recommended” items are binoculars, hiking boots, walking stick, and sturdy walking sandals for wading the river in the summer.
No firearms please. There is a $50 surcharge for dogs and dogs must be leashed.