Divine Pine Gathering is a conscious festival focused on yoga, rewilding and foraging, music, healing, ancestral knowledge, art, and movement. Settled on 42 acres in the beautiful Irish Hills, Michigan, and surrounded by 300 acres of stateland and lakes, this gathering is as much a retreat into nature as it is a chance to connect to and learn from others. Divine Pine shows the power of love and community that result from gathering in an intentional way. We've reached a pivotal point where Mother Nature calls upon us to reclaim our inner wisdom and knowledge. Join us for three days of diving deep into our intuitive, true selves, and into the knowledge surrounding yoga, plants, creativity, dance, and sustainability.
Four miles south of Brooklyn, MI
13485 US Highway 12 Brooklyn, MI 49230
If traveling East on US 12, we are located two miles West of M-50. If traveling West on US 12, we are located 6.5 miles East of US-127. Located directly across from Juniper Hills Campground.
36 miles from downtown Ann Arbor
65 miles from downtown Detroit
Look for the Divine Pine and Enter signs
Camping is included with gathering ticket. There will be partially shaded and open primitive camping available. No open fires are allowed at campsites, there will be a community fire.
Please remember to leave no trace! If you pack it in, pack it out. There will be limited trash cans and recycling bins, so please plan to take everything you bring back with you.
RV's are not permitted in the general camping area. Juniper Hills Campground is directly across the street and can provide full hook-up campsites. Please visit https://juniperhills.com/ for more information and to purchase/reserve RV camping.
There are no modern showers on site. There is a swimming pond and lakes if you wish to wash off. Please be respectful and only use small amounts of all natural soap if you wish to bathe.
Portable toilets will be provided.
Potable water will be provided.
Parking will be provided and is separate from the camping area. Carpool if possible to save space and the environment.
Gates Will Be Open For Entry During The Following Times:
Friday 10AM-10PM Saturday 8AM-11PM Sunday 8AM-8PM
What to bring
An open heart, good vibes, and a yearning to grow.
Other key items you may wish to bring: Cash (NO ATM ON SITE), Yoga mat, reusable water bottle, *feast bundle (plate, bowl, utensils)*, close-toed shoes/sturdy shoes, flashlight/headlamp, extra snacks, writing materials, art supplies, hammock, natural bug deterrent, towel, swim suit, tapestry, hand fan, umbrella, bag for trash/recycling, earplugs, instruments.
What not to bring
Bad vibes, drama, alcohol, illegal substances, firearms/weapons of any kind, firewood, glass.
Small, portable camping stoves are allowed at campsites to prepare your own food, but no individual fires are permitted.
Food vendors will be on site providing healthy food for all three days, offering primarily vegetarian/vegan nourishment. There is no ATM on site, please bring whatever cash you may need.
refunds / weather
All ticket sales are final and nonrefundable, even in the unfortunate event of extreme weather. Please come prepared for all weather situations.