What are the dates for this years event?
July 30 though August 1, 2021
What are the sleeping arrangements?
Please make your own lodging arrangements for the
Wild At Heart weekend. Options include:
www.Airbnb.com (house or condo rentals in Brian Head or Panguitch)
www.Expedia.com (single rooms at various hotels in Brian Head)
Cabins for rent in Panguitch
Motor Home/Trailer – on site
Tent – on site
Due to the busy summer season, we were unable to secure a block of rooms in Brian Head. Mountain View Lodge-Parowan (a 20 minute/13-mile drive) has blocked 20 rooms for our retreat.
Details are as follows:
Mountain View Lodge Parowan
625 W. 200 S, Parowan, UT 84761
Give Name, Phone Number, and mention “Wild At Heart” for discounted pricing.
Will food be provided?
Yes. Meals and bottled water will be provided throughout the weekend.
Saturday: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
What is Altitude Sickness?
Altitude sickness, the mildest form being acute mountain sickness, is the negative health effect of high altitude, caused by rapid exposure to low amounts of oxygen at high elevations. Symptoms include headaches, vomiting, tiredness, trouble sleeping and dizziness.
Follow the link below to learn more about Altitude Sickness.
Will there be services on the Mountain?
Yes. We will have a service with Worship and our guest speaker on Friday and Saturday Evening and one on Sunday Morning.
When do the activities occur?
All activities will take place on Saturday. The start times will vary based on the activity. The small group leaders will coordinate all start times with attendees.
Is there power on the mountain?
There is not community power at the site. The event is supported by generators that are used for the presentations, cooking and worship teams.
What should I bring?
Warm clothing. The camp is located at 10,300 feet and generally speaking the temperatures will be in low 40’s in the morning & evenings and low 70’s in the afternoon. Rain Gear. Be prepared for rain at any time on the mountain. Sleeping bag, tent, or other sleeping arrangements, any medications you require, extra food for special dietary needs, sunglasses, sunscreen, personal toiletries and event specific equipment, i.e. extra fuel, tools, safety gear, etc...
Are there showers available?
There are no showers available at the campsite. We will have a water hose and of course you can always jump in the lake.
Is there carpooling available?
Yes, carpooling is available and in fact we encourage it. When you register indicate that you are willing to carpool and our transportation director will contact you.
What time does the event begin and what is the earliest time I can arrive?
The event officially starts at 5pm Utah Time however you can arrive onsite as early as the Wednesday prior to the event. Please remember that if you arrive early, you should bring your own food as the food will not be prepared prior to the event. You should also be prepared to be asked to help set up.
Can I create my own small group?
Unfortunately not. The small groups are formed from within each event and are formed by the small group committee. The leaders of the small groups are appointed by the committee.
Can I change my event after I register?
You cannot change your event within 10 days of the event. If you need to change please contact the committee.
Can we consume alcohol?
No alcohol will be allowed to be consumed on the campgrounds from Friday noon until Sunday afternoon.
How do I find an ATV or UTV to rent?
There are several locations in the area to rent but your best bet is to rent from a store in Brian Head or Duck Creek. If renting please allow time for pick up and delivery.
If I am doing lake fishing can I use my own boat or float tube?
No. We prefer you participate with the rest of the group on the rented boats.
Is there other fishing in the area?
Yes. We have a private lake within walking distance of the campgrounds and you are welcome to fish and catch as many fish as you want.