FAQ

For detailed information on the questions below and so much more please check out our Family Handbook

How Do I Communicate With My Child?

We know that staying in touch with your child is important to you, just as communication from home is important at camp. Though we do not have visiting days or access to phones for your camper to contact you there are several ways you can be in touch while they are at camp. 

I have special dietary needs. What is the food like?

Our Camp “Mom” and her multi-talented staff create three delectable meals a day, worthy of your favorite restaurant. Each meal offers vegetarian and vegan alternatives and we can accommodate those with food allergies or other reasonable dietary considerations.  Our open air dining area is superb - wooden picnic tables under the shade of oak and bay trees along the creek. There is a coffee and tea corner brewing your favorite drinks all day long.

Where do we sleep while we’re at camp?

Shared lodging is available in one of the 17 large, custom made tipis or, if you prefer privacy, you are welcome to bring a tent and find rest in one of our wooded campsites. There are tipi’s designated by gender as well as mixed company, even a tipi for people who snore! Comfortable canvas covered foam sleeping mats are sweet dream certified and the tipi circle is close to hot showers, wash basins and flush toilets.

Where is Winnarainbow for Adults?

 

Camp Winnarainbow is nestled in a forested area of beautiful Mendocino County.  It is approximately a three hour drive north of San Francisco, CA on Highway 101.  The nearest town is Laytonville, CA.  View The map.