Summer 2018

Come sit under the Mother Oak this Summer 2018 when you come for day visits, volunteer or host on The Land.WWTLC is pleased to announce that we are steadily moving forward with our preparations for community-generated and attended gatherings on The Land. For Summer 2018, while there will be no formal events, we offer many ways to be involved in our efforts to prepare The Land for next year and beyond, or to simply be there and bask in her beauty during day visits!
(Please see nearby campground list below.)

Volunteer Opportunities

This summer, our focus will be to complete the work required to qualify for the state-issued campground permit. We seek skilled and experienced volunteers to build necessary infrastructure and improve accessibility, as well as to do some basic land maintenance.

We also seek committed women to help us establish a more consistent presence on The Land as Land Hosts – temporary volunteer monitors who will get to stay on The Land – between May and October.

Please find the applications, as well as more information about what is required for each of these positions, at the links below:

Summer 2018 Volunteer Application

Land Host Application

Day Visits

Women and girls are welcome to frequent and enjoy the sanctuary of The Land as day visitors! We will have at least one ADA approved portapotty on The Land beginning May 1st through October 30th. We hope to have a community tent / shade shelter installed by June 1st. The wells will be activated during a designated period of time (yet to be determined), dependent upon the timing of volunteer work weeks. We will keep the community apprised of these developments as they are settled.

Please be prepared, when visiting The Land, to take out what you bring and leave no trace. Please bring drinking water, as the timing of the well activation is dependent upon other factors related to the campground permit application.

We would love to know about (and assist with publicizing, if desired!) any day programs on The Land that members of the community are planning. Please share your plans with us!

 

Nearby Campgrounds

Just A Quiet Walk. A great place to explore when you volunteer or day visit on The Land during Summer 2018!

  • Clay Banks Township Park
    Whether you want a refreshing dip in the blue waters of Lake Michigan or a campfire with family and friends, you can find all that and more at Oceana County’s Claybanks Township Park
  • Huron-Manistee National Forests
    Dispersed and Primitive tent camping within the Forests is allowed almost anywhere, unless otherwise posted closed and/or “No Camping”. You do not need a permit to camp on the National Forests or in designated campgrounds, although some campgrounds do require a reservation and/or camping fee.
  • John Gurney Camprounds
    Forested waterfront park providing a campground, sports fields & courts & year-round recreation
  • Mears State Park
    Charles Mears State Park is one of the few places in Michigan, and the only campground in Pentwater, where visitors can camp next to the beach.
  • Silver Lake State Campground
    Silver Lake State Park is located in Oceana County and encompasses 3,000 acres along the Lake Michigan shoreline. It is home to a campround, a swimming beach, an off-road vehicle scramble area and much more.
  • Whiskey Creek Campground
    Whiskey Creek Campground is located on 240 beautiful wooded acres and surrounded by 22,000 acres of Manistee National Forest with 100’s of miles of trail systems.