What kind of overnight accommodations are available?

Accommodations are included in your CowaLUNGa registration fee and you’ll choose “indoor” or “outdoor” when you register.

Indoor accommodations include dorm-like cabins on Day One and dorm rooms at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater on Day Two. There is no air conditioning at either site. In all cases, two people are assigned to a room (and sometimes more on Day One, depending on your cabin assignment). You will need to bring your own linens including sheets, pillow, blankets, and/or other items important to you for a good night of sleep. We’ll transport these items for you from one overnight stop to the next. And remember to pack a shower towel to use for the weekend.

If you’d prefer to sleep outdoors at Conference Point on night one, space will be made available for you to set up your own camping equipment. RHA will transport camping gear but cannot assist with set up. Campers will have access to restrooms and showers. And remember to pack a shower towel to use for the weekend.