Fall Rendezvous in the Mountains 2018

Welcome! We are so happy you will be joining us for our Fall Rendezvous in the Mountains. We can't wait to meet new faces and see familiar ones as well. We have been improving your experience each time and are always striving to make sure we are doing our very best to make the Rendezvous as enjoyable as possible. Part of our events, is to make these available for all, and to keep them affordable, so you can return and try new locations. We understand that by keeping these events affordable, every amenity you are wishing to have while camping, may not be available. We will do our very best to make sure you have as many needs to keep you smiling. Please refer to this page for our latest information and always remember to join our Facebook Participant group: "ASDT Rendezvous Participant Group" for open discussion leading up to the Roo!


Address to Dancing Moose Farms: 13485 East HWY 39 Huntsville, UT 84317

Where Should I fly into?

Salt Lake City, UT which is 1hr 5 min (57 miles) from camp

How can I find a ride/carpool group?

We encourage carpooling! Parking is limited and can be tight if we all drive solo. Please don't be afraid or hesitant to put your car up for ladies to join or ask to join a host car. We carpool to each activity anyway, so you won't get left behind if you come with a group. If you are planning to drive or need a ride to Huntsville, please use this link below. You can list your car and how many seats you have available, and you can also add yourself to a car if you are needing a ride! Cool right?!


Need a place to stay before or after the Roo?

We have partnered with Best Western Plus High Country Inn here in Ogden. They have given our participants a great price on room prices, only $60 +tax per night. Please call (801)394-9474 to make your reservations and mention that you are attending the ASDT Fall Rendezvous and ask for the discount. 


What should I Pack?

Gear: Tent | sleeping pad/mattress | sleeping bag | Headlamp/flashlight | Clothes for activities you wish to participate in | Water hydration pak/water bottle | Bathing suit & Towel | WARM clothes for night and early morning | Journal | Sunscreen | Female products | Yoga Mat | Waterproof jacket so you can still play in the rain if needed | Camping Chair | Bug Spray| Garbage bag for your items | Cash for ASDT Store & Drink Cart

Food: All participants are responsible for their breakfast, snacks, lunches and drinks. Coolers are a must! Friday & Sat Dinner & Drinks are provided. *There will be Vegan/ GF options for each evening* You are allowed to bring in alcohol, if you choose to, we just ask that you are responsible and have respect for others at camp. You are responsible for taking any and all garbage cans, bottles, boxes with you on Sunday.



Hiking - Trail Running - Yoga - Mountain Bike Clinics/Rides - Creative Corner - Slackline - Meditation Workshops - SUP - River Play

How do I join the activities I want?

We have made our schedule very easy and have even improved the way we are doing things this year. Instead of stressing out about signing up for an activity before it fills up, we are making sure there are enough round the clock options for you to enjoy. In your swag bag and before you arrive, you will know the schedule of the weekends activities. Please remember that the weather can be hot, and it isn't safe to be in the sun during the peak of the heat which is why you will see the majority of trail runs and hikes in the morning and afternoon. We will always have activities available at camp for those who wish to just relax and enjoy! Please don't feel like you have to be doing something all the time. We have women come who just want to hang out by the river, read a book, and enjoy company! This is your weekend for you to plan however you would like. 

What do I need for each activity?

Trail Run -  Water, comfortable running shoes, hat (preference)

Hiking -  Water, hydration pack, snacks, hat (preference)

Yoga & Meditation -  Yoga Mat and if you don't have one, just throw down a towel!

Creative Corner - If you would like to bring your own creative works, journal, water colors, we will have paint to use for rock mandalas. 

Mountain Biking - Please refer to our MTB info page HERE

SUP - Bathing Suit/ Clothes that you don't mind getting wet, water shoes (optional), water, sunscreen, hat (optional) we will provide the SUP's and life jackets. Sign ups coming soon!



Thursday Sept 6th 7PM - 10PM

You are allowed to come the evening before if you are driving a long distance and/or flying into Utah. We ask that you come between the hours listed above. If you have a late flight, please let us know prior to arriving. We will not officially check anyone in until Friday morning, this is when you will get your swag bag and goodies! 

Friday Sept 7th 8AM - 10AM

Check in starts 8am Friday, not any earlier and will end at 10am. We will not have service on the actual property. If you are lucky, there are spots that pick up service. If you do need it, there is a road 3 min down that you can get full bars. Please make sure all of your GPS is loaded before you arrive. Google Maps is more accurate than your i-phone maps, i-phone will take you further past our camp. When you see the AndShesDopeToo flag and pop up tents on your right, please pull down into the parking lot. If you come to Causey Road, you have gone too far. 

  • When you arrive to Dancing Moose Farms and enter the ASDT Rendezvous base camp, you will be shown where to park. You can not drive through camp to unload your gear. Please head to the teal ASDT double pop up tent where you will be greeted by members of the ASDT Crew to check in. You will receive your swag bag with the weekend's schedule, participant wristband to be worn all weekend, your event tee and raffle tickets. Please have your waiver printed prior. We will only have a handful available. Once you are checked in, you may bring your gear to check in. 
  • We will have a designated area for those camping in Tent City, sleeping in their vehicle, and general parking lot areas. Set up your gear and meet at the group Rendezvous area at 10 am which is located in the middle of camp for our welcome kick off. Please be prepared to start your first activity immediately after kick off. This means, have your hydration packs filled, snacks packed etc. 

Saturday Check In for Day Only participants

Please arrive no later than 7:30AM to check in as we head to our activities promptly at 8AM. You will need to Park and head over down the path to the Big Teal ASDT Tent in our common area. We will have a crew member assisting your check in and helping you with any questions. Please feel free to bring your chair into the common area as this is where you will be for dinner and guest speakers. 

 What should I know about camp?


    • Water- We have 3 fresh water spigots in our camp that you are able to use anytime. I would suggest bringing empty jugs to fill up at camp and leave at your tent. Some ladies in the past preferred to just bring their one water jugs already filled. 
    • Fire- Due to fire restrictions this time of year in the valley, we will not be able to have individual fires in Tent City. Please plan accordingly your meals to know that we won't have fires for cooking. We will check with the Fire Dept the week of to see if we can have a fire for our evening festivities.
      • Wind- You can never predict the weather. Close up your tent windows every time you're going to head to an off site activity. Please keep track of your garbage and be considerate if wind came through, what items would blow away. Have your name on important gear. We encourage you to make sure EVERYTHING is staked down...bring extra stakes in case the wind bends them. We have had it sprinkle on us so keep in mind all weather. 
      • Trees/Shade- We don't have trees on the property within Tent City. There are trees along the river, but I wouldn't plan on sleeping in a hammock. We will have other shade structures available. 
      • Tables- We will have a community area with all of the tables gathered in one location. If you are wanting to bring a small camping table to keep at your tent, you are free to do so. Otherwise, there won't be tables in Tent City. 
      • Bathrooms- There will be portable potties on site that will be cleaned out Saturday morning. 
      • Showers- We don't have showers at camp, however, we do have a beautiful river that women love to bring biodegradable soap to wash up with. Many women do this during our Fall Roo :)

      Frequently Asked Questions 

      How many women come by themselves?
      More than 60% of the participants come by themselves. If you are feeling un easy because you don't know anyone, please rest assure that you will have an incredible experience whether you are solo or come with friends. The Rendezvous is a welcoming space for any ladies looking for adventure and spending time exploring with like-minded women.

      How do we get to each activity?
      We will be carpooling with everyone to the trail heads. We feel this is a more intimate way of getting to know everyone and a great way to keep our foot print minimal. We will always meet in the common area. You will look for a crew member leading your specific activity that is holding the sign for it. While you wait, make sure you are seeing who is driving and who needs a rid

      What is the average age of the participant?
      We have a range of ages from 22-66. The average age is around 24-35. The magic of ASDT culture is how participants connect on a soulful level through adventure where everyone brings special insights regardless of age.

      Can I bring my dog?
      As much as we love our fur babies, they will need to sit this weekend out. If we allowed for participants to bring their dogs, it would turn into a dog camp! Please be respectful of this, if you bring your dog, we will ask you to leave. 

      Can I bring my own SUP and floatie to Causey Reservoir?
      Yes! You can absolutely play in the Reservoir at anytime during the weekend. It is by law that you are wearing a life jacket. As a participant of our Rendezvous, our permit states that each individual will wear it at all times. You even need to wear one while on your floatie. If we see any participants on the water without a Life Jacket, we will ask you to leave and you may jeopardize our Forest Service permit.