In Northwest Wisconsin

Traditional Arts, Primitive & Survival Skills, Simple Living Skills Gathering

September 30th - October 4th, 2020

Covid19 Policies for 2020 Event

We would love to give everyone reassurance that attending this gathering is 100% safe and that you take no risk in attending, and contracting Covid19.  Unfortunately, that is impossible. However, we feel strongly in taking reasonable steps to reduce risk and support the event in going forward. Below outlines these steps:

2020 Covid19 Policies

  • All participants will have access to disposable masks, sanitizers, and infrared thermometers. Utilizing these available resources is voluntary and encouraged throughout this event.
  • No community meals will be provided. The new registration fees reflect that change. The format will be 3 course sessions per day instead of 4 to accommodate folks cooking personal meals, etc. 
  • Cabins will still be available but it is highly encouraged to camp.  Air sanitizer sprays will be available in all cabins, and buildings. We will separate folks to the best of our ability, but if you choose a cabin you could be bunking with other folks,  we will be reducing capacity in each cabin to half.
  • To the best of our abilities, classes will be outside, if inclement weather happens, folks will be encouraged to wear a mask and/or keep distance if we end up inside.
  • We will be sanitizing all bathroom facilities with air sanitizer sprays , and any other frequently shared areas, throughout each day at the event. 
  • All participants will be required to bring their own chair throughout the event.
  • It is stressed again, mask wearing is Voluntary but Encouraged! If this bothers you, please  consider joining us next year when hopefully this is over. We are looking forward to a smooth event that brings people together!
  • We will offer full refunds up until the event for folks if they feel uncomfortable with these policies or are feeling unwell.
  • We will offer full refunds if the state or county does not allow us to legally have this event.
  • Do to the nature of uncertainty we all live in right now , instructors and classes are subject to change. We will keep the website updated to the best of our ability.
  • These policies are subject to change if the need arises.
  • All participants will need to sign a waiver of liability and of acknowledgment of these policies.

And now take a big breath! It’s going to be a great event!

Join us in Northwest Wisconsin!!

THREE TREES EARTHWAYS GATHERING brings together the intertwining knowledge from three trees of knowledge : Traditional Arts, Primitive & Survival Skills, and Simple Living Skills. Join us for hands on workshops from passionate skilled instructors, all on Leisure Lake, at the Washburn County Youth Camp near Trego, Wi.

Registration Information

Registration Information
Registration for this event includes 4 nights accommodations in either our group cabins or space for your tent in our group camping areas, and participation in workshops and presentations. No meals will be provided due to Covid19.

2020 Pricing Table & Registration

Event Participant Adult (ages 13 and older)


Event Participant Youth ( ages 9-12)


Daily Event Day Pass Adult



What are the sleeping accommodations?

Leisure Lake Youth Camp has RUSTIC group cabins. This means bunk beds with sanitary mattresses. These cabins are unheated, so bring necessary bedding to be warm!! Capacity is reduced to half.

What food is provided?

Due to Covid19, no meals will be provided.

Are there kids activities?

At this point there are a few set kids activities. Kids 9 and up can participate side by side with parents/guardians during classes. Kids younger than that are welcome and encouraged to come, but should be supervised. This event has innate hazards, such as moving water, fires, and sharp objects. 

Is alcohol allowed?

This is a drug and alcohol free event. 

Are pets allowed?

We love animals but they can be very distracting! Trails End Youth Camp has policies of no pets in cabins and leashed at all times. Again, no UNLEASHED DOGS anywhere on our grounds. QUIET, LEASHED dogs and service dogs are welcome. So we will be leaving our pooch at home (since there's no way for her to be quiet and leashed) please consider finding other arrangements for your animals.

Can I have camp fires?

Yes but only in our designated fire pits. You are welcome to cook on the fires or bring your own propane stove for meals.

Do classes have a material fee?

Some classes will have a material fee to cover costs for instructors. 

Are the classes listed on website guaranteed to happen?

To the best of our ability we will try our to keep our information current. The instructors and classes are however subject to the availability of people. If there is someone listed as an instructor they have confirmed to be part of the gathering, with exceptions of emergencies.


Event Starts today!


2019 was amazing because of our outstanding instructors! If you would like to join our 2020 instructing crew please fill out this application form. We cannot consider your application if it is not fully completed. All instructors will be asked to do a minimum of 10 hours of instructing or volunteering in lieu of paying for registration.


  • Skunk Lake Road, Spooner, WI, USA