Born to Drum Tickets

Prices for full Week-end with Lodging

These prices include all classes, programs, and activities for the week-end, 2 nights lodging, and meals. Meals included are: Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and Sunday breakfast and lunch. The cost of camp depends on the type of lodging you choose. Look below for more information about the different options.

The following prices are for advance purchases. They apply through June 28 at 9pm.

Advance purchases may be paid with cash, check or credit card (using paypal). You will choose your payment method as part of registration. If you are paying with cash or check, you will bring your payment to camp.

You can also come directly to camp to register and purchase your tickets. For onsite prices, add $15. Onsite purchases can be made by cash or check only.

Advance Registration Prices

      Camping ~ $385


      Economy Cabin ~ $430


      Semi-Private Room ~ $520


    Single Room ~ $620

You may also attend camp for the week-end as a commuter. The items included are the same, except that lodging and breakfasts are not included. The early registration cost is $355 for the week-end. Meals included for commuters are Friday dinner, Saturday lunch and dinner, and Sunday lunch.

Prices for Day Passes

The basic prices for advanced online puchase are

      Friday day only – $100


      Saturday day only $140


    Sunday Day only $100

Overnight tickets can be purchased along with a day pass. There are many combinations of days and nights. Please see the tickets for details.

We’ve given a $10 discount for staying 2 days and a night and this is reflected in the ticket price.

Advance purchase can be made with cash, check, or credit card (using paypal). You will choose your payment method as part of registration. If you are paying with cash or check, you will bring your payment to camp.

Tickets may be purchased on site, and there is an additional $5 for per day. On site purchases are with cash or check only. No credit card purchases can be made at camp.

Descriptions of Accomodations

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Camping options include tenting, RVs and Trucks, and car camping. There are no electrical or other hook ups for RV. Walker Creek Ranch has identified a number of areas for camping. All have toilets nearby. Some of these are very close to the dining hall and classrooms — and to the showers and bathrooms! For those who want more of the feel of the beautiful country side, there are camping areas more remote from the central area.

Economy Cabins

These dormitory style cabins are equipped with solid wood frame bunk beds and are carpeted and heated. There are 15-54 bunk beds per cabin and we use the smaller cabins. Each woman will have use of both beds on the bunk bed so she can use one for sleeping and one for storing her belongings. You will bring your own bedding (sheets, sleeping bags or blankets, pillows, towels). Some cabins have a bathroom/shower in the cabin; others use the central bathhouse, which is very close to the cabins. All the cabins (and the bathhouse) have electrical outlets.

Semi-private Lodges

The semi-private lodges have two to five beds per room. Most are single beds, though there are some bunk beds. Shared bathrooms are down the hall in the lodge. Lodges have a common area with couch, chairs, and tables. Some lodges also have a kitchen with stove and refrigerators. (Cooking and dining implements are not provided.) Linens are provided including sheets, blanket, bedspread, and a towel. Since nights are cold you might want to bring an extra blanket. Some small groups like to share a room in one of the lodges and book together for up to five people. If you book a semi-private room you can choose your roommates. If you don’t have a preference, Born to Drum will assign one other person to share the semi-private room with you and you will be two persons to a room.

Single (Private) Rooms

Single rooms are the same rooms as the semi-private rooms and lodges as the semi-private but only one person is assigned to the room.


The amazing meals are a highlight of camp. The food is fresh, mostly organic, delicious and healthy. The chef uses local and organic produce whenever possible, including fresh herbs and vegetables from the Ranch garden. Vegetarian and Vegan options are available and special needs are gladly and skillfully accommodated. To give you an idea of what to expect, here is a sample menu from a previous Born to Drum camp as a (pdf download): Sample Menu