We offer public tours on two Saturdays a month at 10:00 a.m. Tour dates for 2020 are January 11 & 25; February 8 & 22; March 7 & 21; April 11 & 25; May 9 & 23; June 13 & 27; July 11 $ 25; August 8 & 22; September 12 & 26; October 10 & 24; November 7 & 21; December 12, 2020.
You must reserve your place on the tour in advance. Please arrive 15 minutes early to register. The fee for the tour is $15 per adult and we welcome additional donations to help support our outreach efforts. The tour lasts two to three hours and is mainly outdoors, so be sure to dress for the weather. Please bring your own food if you think you’ll get hungry. More information about Saturday tours.
Besides regularly scheduled Saturday tours, our tour guides are available for 2.5- to 3-hour guided tours of Earthaven, including specialized tours focusing on natural building, permaculture design, sustainability, or other topics of interest. Private tour fees are $40 for one person, $50 for two people, and $20/person for three or more. We do not accept credit cards. We need at least a week’s notice to arrange a private tour. There may be times when no guide is available to give a tour. More information about private tours.
Earthaven also offers Group Educational Tours, a customized experience for schools, universities, and groups. These tours are designed to provide learners with a deeper understanding about sustainable living in community. Some of the activities to choose from include panel discussions with members, land stewardship work projects, community celebration events, and specialized tours. For more information, or to schedule a group educational tour, please contact .
Also, check our calendar for classes and events, some of which include Earthaven tours.
The 2020 camping season runs from Friday, March 27 until Sunday, November 8, 2020.
You must have a tour of Earthaven to be eligible to camp. The campground is open to the public by reservation only. The cost is $15 a night for each adult, except that for two adults on one site the cost is $20 a night. Supporting members are entitled to one week of free camping annually, and discounted rates thereafter. Water is available at the campground, but please bring your own food. Earthaven does not have facilities to serve food to the public. Campground Orientation (please read). Campsite Map (print and bring with you).
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