At our Women’s Adventure Retreat, you’ll find a supportive and inclusive community of women who are all on their own unique journeys. Whether you’re looking to make new friends, discover new passions, or simply take a break from the stresses of daily life, our retreat offers an unforgettable experience that will leave you feeling inspired and empowered.
We’re excited to offer another all-inclusive women’s retreat on September 22-24, 2023 at Fireside Outpost in Delano, TN. During this 3 day / 2 night retreat, our intention is to create a safe and supportive space for all femme folks to unplug, recharge, and develop a deeper connection with nature while making new friends through outdoor activities like hiking, paddling, biking, yoga, and workshops.
Over the course of the weekend you’ll start your mornings with a gentle grounding yoga practice, then spend your day engaged in activities like hiking, biking, and paddling on the scenic Hiwassee River with knowledgeable female instructors and guides. In the evenings we’ll gather in community for dinner and campfire stories around a fire we built ourselves and reminisce about the day’s adventures.
All activities and workshops are led by qualified female instructors/guides. Each meal will be prepared with love by a local female caterer. Most of our sponsors are women-owned or led businesses that make women specific gear and products. The best part? We all get to relax and play on a beautiful woman-owned adventure base camp nestled in the foothills of the Cherokee National Forest!
This retreat offers five double occupancy cabins, tent camping, or campervan/RV glamping. Cabin options include Hiwassee, Riverstone and Chilhowee with one queen bed, Ocoee cabin with 2 XL twin beds and Tellico cabin with 2 queen size beds. Price varies on selection and all prices are set at double occupancy. If you want a cabin to yourself, there will be a single occupancy surcharge. There are options to camp with your own RV as long as it’s 25 ft or less or rent a campervan from Nomad Be Happy. Contact us directly to learn more.
Do it yourself tent camping for those who want all out adventure at the lowest price! *Camping price does not include a tent. But, if you don’t have your own camping equipment, please reach out and we will do our best to find gear for you. Our goal is to make this retreat as inclusive and accessible as possible.
Rustic cabins for those who want adventure without having to rough it. Choose from the Hiwassee, Ocoee, Tellico, or Riverstone. When we say rustic, we mean it. You’ll sleep in a comfy bed, but you won’t have in unit facilities. Everyone will have access to a shared bathhouse with hot showers.
Who’s it for? This weekend event is open to femme folks of all ages, races, sizes, and experience levels that feel a women’s outdoor adventure retreat is the right space for them.
All inclusive retreat experience
Meals + beverages
Guided Outdoor Activities
Guided Yoga sessions
Campfire Stories + S’more
Happy Hours with drinks included
Swag Bag filled with $300 worth of goodies from our sponsors
3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Check-in, Unload, & Set up camp
6:00 p.m. Group Meet and Greet + Happy Hour
7:00 p.m. Welcome Dinner + intention setting
9:00 p.m. Group Campfire + s’mores
We are collaborating with Fireside Outpost in Delano, TN to host this all-inclusive women’s retreat. You’re going to love this place and want to call it home! Delano is located 1 hour north of Chattanooga, 1 hour and 15 minutes south of Knoxville and just over 2.5 hours north of Atlanta. We recommend flying into Chattanooga or Knoxville and getting a rental car. Uber/Lyft may be available for transfer.
We tried to keep the cost low. $479 for tent campers, and $729 for glampers covers all meals, snacks, beverages, guided activities, fellowship with other adventure seeking women and some fun stuff to take home. We’re passionate about this camp being accessible to everyone but we also need to cover the cost of creating an excellent experience.
Please indicate food allergies and sensitivities during checkout so we can accommodate you. We are working with local farmers and businesses to cater meals for this retreat.
Fireside has communal bath houses with hot showers and toilets. It won’t feel too much like you’re roughin it! We promise.
We provide all the outdoor equipment for the guided activities and workshops. (you may want to bring your own yoga mat). We don’t provide camping gear including tents, ground pads or sleeping bags. We are seeking a tent sponsor so if you know one, send em our way! If you don’t have camping equipment, don’t let that stop you. We want this event to be accessible to all, so please reach out and we will find a creative way to get you what you need. You’ll definitely want to bring your own personal gear like a sleeping bag, pillow, and for sure your own toothbrush, the rest we can help cover. At the end of the weekend, when you want to buy gear for your future outdoorsy self, we can help guide you on the best places to shop.
Our goal is to get you to unplug, disconnect and escape your busy, complicated life for a short weekend in the woods. We hope over the course of the weekend you’ll take more time to grow, stretch, breathe in the mountain air and reconnect with nature so that you can recharge your soul. You might have cell service and you might not. You definitely won’t have access to wi-fi. Sorry, not sorry. Let’s connect with nature, each other and discover ourselves on this retreat.
This retreat is open to any women over the age of 18 that has a sense of adventure and wants to spend time outside.
Attendees will get to hike, bike, paddle and play all weekend! We intend to offer a paddle trip down the Hiwassee River, a bike ride on gravel from the property, a guided hike to Gee Creek Falls, morning yoga sessions, and some other outdoor workshops. We hope to inspire you to try something new and stretch beyond your comfort zone all while being supported by other women.
We’re adamant about enforcing leave no trace (which means leaving your campsite and any place you visit looking like you were never there). That means nothing. Nada. Not even your chewing gum. This land is beautiful and we wanna take care of it. Everything you bring in you gotta take back out.
We will have medical personnel on hand to patch you up if you get a boo boo while trying something new. This is a safe place to stumble and fall. You’ll have a whole group of friends cheering you on and encouraging you to get up and try again. If you get too tired, too thirsty, or too blistery, our staff will be there to help get you back in the action (or they’ll give you chocolate and make you sit in a hammock in the shade until it’s dinner time)