It’s a gathering of like-minded individuals from different creative fields. Our goal is unite people and build relationships with each other through learning exercises, creative projects and the opportunity to help grow a better community.
August 23 – 25, 2019
$250 per camper. (AAF Spokane Members are eligible for Early Bird pricing during the month of April)
Admission to camp and all workshops, camp-provided meals, lodging, supplies for workshops, sweet swag and a weekend to remember.
If you are unable to attend, you must notify us of your request to cancel your reservation no later than the refund deadline of July 29, 2019 at 5pm PST. No refunds will be issued for cancellations received after this date. All registered campers are responsible for their camp fees regardless of their attendance after the closing date of July 29, 2019. If you would like to send someone in your place, please contact AAF Spokane.
Camp Sweyolakan on Lake Coeur d’Alene approximately 45 minutes from downtown Spokane. Check it out.
You should! That is, if you want to learn new skills, create something new and grow as a creative professional. This campout is meant to bring professionals from the marketing, design, and media industry together to create a sense of solidarity and grow a richer community of creative communicators.
*Anyone caught with marijuana, a personal stash of alcohol or any illegal drugs at Camp Sweyolakan will be asked to leave camp with no refund issued.
Camp Sweyolakan has several open air cabins. Cabins accommodate up to 10 campers each. Campers will be assigned to a cabin on Friday night upon arrival.
One of our experienced pyromaniacs will be facilitating a nice camp fire for the group. However, there is a chance we might not be able to have one as August is a prime time for burn bans.
Meals will be an authentic blend of a rustic campers cuisine and military-grade rations. Be sure to note any dietary restrictions on your registration form. We will do our best to accommodate needs, but if you have a severe allergy or specific dietary restriction (vegan, gluten-free, etc.), we recommend you bring your own food. We will happily store it in the kitchen/fridge for you.
If you have any specific foods you need to eat, please feel free to bring them. But remember, there are wild animals everywhere in the Northwest. Please store all food appropriately or ask a counselor to store it in the camp kitchen.
Alright, you lushes. We knew this one would come up. Beer & wine will be served at the Collective Campout, but, as they say, drink responsibly. Alcohol will be regulated by camp staff and campers are not permitted to bring their own.