Wic-Can Fest provides a warm and friendly environment for people to gather for the purpose of shared learning, ritual, workshops, and fellowship in a wonderful outdoor woodland setting.
Wic-Can Fest is open to everyone from all different communities world-wide and their friends.
No, you don’t have to make a reservation but pre-registering is highly recommended. We have limited indoor cabin space and we work on a first-come-first-served basis. Once the cabins are full, the remaining spaces left are for camping. Pre-registration can be done via Credit Card, PayPal or by mail-in form. Our registration page details all of the packages we offer along with their associated costs. Please confirm the availability of indoor space by e-mailing email@example.com
You must not arrive prior to 12:00 pm on the first day of the festival. If you do, you will be responsible for paying the day fee as charged by the Outdoor Center (the owners of the site) in addition to the full cost of attending Wic-Can Fest.
Wic-Can Fest will be held at Sparrow Lake Camp located in Severn Bridge, ON.
1437 United Church Camp Ln, Severn Bridge, ON P0E 1N0
Drinking water will be available in the kitchen. If no one is there please, feel free to fill up your drinking receptacles at the sink. Please do not drink the water from the washroom faucets.
No! It is absolutely forbidden to create any new fire pits. You must use the pre-existing ones or bring an above ground metal campfire basin including its screen (to suppress flying sparks).
Absolutely! Wic-Can Fest is a family oriented festival. We have several children and family activities planned and the festival site affords children a unique setting in which to explore their pagan heritage in a safe and constructive environment. Children under the age of 12 MUST be accompanied by a parent, legal guardian, or sitter at ALL times. It is not permitted to allow your children to run wild on the site. Please be responsible.
Weather varies year to year, however we typically experience daytime temperatures between 17-28 degrees celsius with overnight temperatures dropping to between 10-19 degrees celsius. We recommend checking the weather ahead of time, and preparing for both rain and shine.
Yes, we have full, hot showers, bathrooms and public bathrooms available on site as well as outhouses in the camping areas.
Yes, by all means do so. Music is a big part of all of the pagan traditions. We do, however, ask that you do not bring any instruments that require electric amplification without asking us first.
As much as we would all love to bring our pets, we are unable to accommodate them at the site. This event has many magical elements with workshops and Rituals taking place. The potential of a pet running through a circle with offerings and open flame could pose a danger to many. This is also a kids camp when we are not there, and we must be respectful of their space and rules for the camp. Please note this is not a typical campsite with designated lots. It is a large open common area. There is also wildlife and the potential for pets to get lost. Service animals are always welcome!
Trailer spots are VERY limited. The site is not set-up for trailer accommodations so therefore there are no water or hydro connections. If you would like to bring a trailer, please make sure you email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure we have space for you! Depending on the size of the trailers we can only accommodate 5-7 at a time.