YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, WE HAVE ANSWERS (OR AT LEAST WE TRY)
LGBTQ+ WOMEN, NON BINARY, & TRANS FESTIVAL. FEATURING ART, MUSIC, DANCE, WORKSHOPS AND COMMUNITY
Fri, Aug 26, 2022, 8:00 AM –
Sun, Aug 28, 2022, 5:00 PM EDT
Camp Timber Trails
1266 East Otis Road
Tolland, MA 01034
CTT is conveniently located:
1 hour west from the Five Colleges area
2 hours west from Boston
2 hours and 15 minutes north from New York
1 hour and 15 minutes south east from Albany, NY
40 minutes northwest from Bradley International Airport (Hartford, CT)
This year The Stargaze festival will be a 21+ event. That may change in the future so check back next year.
HOW DO I PURCHASE TICKETS
We sell our tickets through Eventbrite. BUY NOW
or Email us to arrange a different payment method HERE
HOW CAN I HELP? VOLUNTEER?
There are lots of ways you can help, check out our HELP page to learn more
WHAT SHOULD I BRING?
You will need to bring a tent, camping supplies, drinking water, food, alcohol, costumes, clothing, cooking utensils, a bicycle, your imagination, and good vibes. We will have a complete list of suggestions on what to bring as we get closer to the event. Check back soon.
ARE PETS ALLOWED?
Sorry, pets will not be allowed this year. This may change in the future, please check back next year.
Your safety is a priority. CTT has over 400 acres of outdoor forest and open air, with plenty of room to spread out. However, party and participate at your own risk. We will be following Massachusetts state & federal COVID regulations. Please visit MA.gov for the latest updates. VAX CARDS ARE Currently REQUIRED for large gatherings.
Please note any interaction with the general public poses an elevated risk of being exposed to COVID-19 and we cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed while in attendance at this event. Shuttavac productions LLC, Eventbrite, and Camp Timber Trails are not responsible for the spread of COVID. We encourage you to follow the strictest safety policies, put in place by the CDC, and state government.
Our facilities include an amphitheater overlooking the lake (perfect for Open mic, and acoustic performances). The West Wind dining hall offers, a cozy indoor lounge with coffee shop and space to hang out. Our Barefoot Ballroom contains a vast hand-built dance floor, DJ booth, sound system for partying into the night.
Over 50 rustic cabins (each sleeping 6) are organized into small pods with separate bath-houses. The large outdoor festival stage welcomes performances for hundreds to more than a three thousand. There are a wide variety of other administrative and sleeping facilities. Most facilities are rustic more than elegant, but fully functional. The beach hosts a large dock and private swimming area. A boathouse manages kayaks, canoes, paddles and life-preservers.
Are the bathrooms and showers?
Yes there is a combination of porta-o-potties, and multiple bath-house throughout the grounds with toilets and showers and stalls.
Is there electric?
Yes and No! There are power stations around the camp for charging phones, and electrical devises, but be prepared to put the electronics aways and enjoy the natural setting.
Is there WIFI?
We are working on this. Our hope is to have WIFI in designated hotspot areas including the front office and Coffee shop/lounge.
Is the festival Handicap accessible?
Our goal is to make the festival as accessible to everyone as possible. The grounds are mostly outdoor wooded areas that are assessable but unpaved. Most of the buildings have ramps. Please contact us with your exact requirements and we will do our best.
Are Bicycles allowed? YES, in fact we encourage you to bring a bike & helmet and decorate it, the grounds are big and fun to navigate.
Are motorized vehicles allowed? NO - in an effort to preserve the land we do not allow motorized vehicles.
HOW DO I FIND OUT ABOUT OTHER EVENTS?
Check out LesbianNightLife.com to see what events we have going on throughout the year.