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Brattleboro Spiritual Retreat: Inclusive & Welcoming
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Brattleboro, VT
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Max Rig Size
Over 45 ft
Max Nights
1
Parking Spaces
5
Same Day Requests
Yes
About
As the morning mist lifts to unveil the rolling landscapes of Brattleboro, VT, travelers seeking solace, spiritual renewal, and a warm community find a unique RV camping experience, where the essence of divine love and open-hearted hospitality are at the forefront. With a serene setting that opens its arms to RV enthusiasts of all backgrounds, visitors are invited to deepen their connection with the spiritual and bask in the tranquility of a place that truly embodies compassion and justice. Every Sunday, at 10:30 am, the air fills with the harmonious blend of spiritual traditions that resonate as a welcoming call to those of every creed and culture. The community proudly bridges the rich heritages of American Baptist and United Methodist beliefs, offering a sanctuary for reflection and camaraderie. As an LGBTQ-friendly haven, acceptance and understanding are not merely offered but are the cornerstones of the experience. While here, RV campers will have the opportunity to engage in dialogues that matter and explore thought-provoking initiatives hosted by the Center for Story, Spirit and Justice. Whether you are seeking to partake in vibrant worship, looking for spiritual discourse, or simply longing for a peaceful retreat to recharge and reconnect, this destination provides a space for all to live authentically and share in the multitude of blessings life has to offer. Surrounded by the natural beauty of Vermont and the heartfelt warmth of a community that champions love without boundaries, your stay here promises to be more than just a place to park your RVit's a journey towards a fuller, more blessed existence. Come as you are, bring your curiosity, and prepare to be nurtured by both the land and the loving fellowship that awaits under the expansive Vermont sky.
Opening Hours
Monday
Open 24 Hours
Tuesday
Open 24 Hours
Wednesday
Open 24 Hours
Thursday
Open 24 Hours
Friday
Open 24 Hours
Saturday
Open 24 Hours
Sunday
Open 24 Hours
Suitability
Pets Allowed
Pets must be kept on a leash and be cleaned up after.
Generators Allowed
Must be relatively quiet and used only on the northerly side of the building
Slideouts Allowed
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Items to Purchase
Please make a donation toward the church.
House Rules
We simply request that you enjoy the space in relative quiet as we have residential neighbors, and respect the property. This is unceded Abenaki land, so please honor our indigenous sisters and brothers with your conduct. You can learn about them at the Retreat Farm on Rte 30.
Parking & Arrival
Please park either under the trees to the left of the church or at the far right end of the parking lot.
Max Rig Size:
Over 45 ft
Parking Spaces:
5
Parking Surface:
Pavement
Parking Method:
Pull-Through, Back-In
Check-In:
8:00 AM - 11:00 PM ET
Check-Out:
Before 10:00 PM ET
Check-In Method:
Head to Spot
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