Thanks for your interest in retreat at Khandroling!
To reserve camping or for questions contact our Geko, David Hayes at firstname.lastname@example.org Sites are limited and will be issued on a first come first serve basis. You will be asked to complete an Agreement with regards to Covid and general safety while staying on the Land.
High Season: May - October (depending on weather conditions)
Low Season: November - April (depending on weather conditions)
Khandroling Camping Fees: $15 /per person, per night.
**All camp sites are available for current IDC Members. Click here to learn about membership.**
**All Accommodations are a 30 day maximum stay. For longer stays please email: email@example.com
Once space is confirmed 50% is due at the booking and the full payment, one week prior arrival.
Important information to consider:
Ticks are bad this 2021 season. Tick repellent is available to use but would advise bringing your own. Make sure to wear insect repellent to protect from mosquitoes and ticks, tuck pants into socks, and check yourselves for ticks. For more information visit Mass.gov tick prevention site.
There is a solar battery installed at the bath house, providing lights on the porch and in the three rooms. The middle room, has a USB port with a battery placed in the middle room with a USB port for charging phones etc., it has a device for iPhones, next to it on the shelves, are different devices for other brands.
Campers will have access to the bath house and camp kitchen. Bring a cooler to keep perishable food stuffs.
The bath house has two bathrooms with running water, flushable toilets and hot showers. *Bath house is undergoing renovations. One bathroom is currently accessible with additional porta potties during busy season. This water is not potable however. The cabins are equipped with shovels and toilet paper for emergencies. There are also two five-gallon jugs of potable water in each cabin for drinking and washing.
When you arrive select your own place for setting your tent up, in an open field or in the forest. Please remember to not keep food in your tent since there are bears in the area. There is a small camping kitchen space available next to the pond with 2 camping stoves in it. There is also a small gas refrigerator. Bring your own plastic boxes to store your food in so rodents do not get in it. There are many pots and pans for cooking, plates and silverware too.