Owls and Indie Rockers, River & Sky hosts some amazing music in a remotely unique environment.
Great Music in the Great Outdoors.
Reusable cup, plate, bowl, spork & knife
bandana for bug spray
emergency piece of hard cheese
tie- dyed shirts
The kitchen awaits you Jake!
Barista bike mechanic will caffeinate & grease your wheels.
"2 scoops please Peggy Gene!"
No glass. Be responsible. Stay hydrated and take good care of yourself and others please.
We recycle and we want to compost too. Look to sort your stash before you trash. Your empties go toward keeping R&S rolling.
Cob Ovens were built in 2012 from local clay, sand and straw. Yurt building in 2013.
Vendors will be on hand with delectable foods inspired by local ingredients. Cleaning stations for camp cooking coming in 2013.
There is free drinking water available via a fill station near the Main Stage. Bring containers.
Portable washrooms near the main stage. More outhouses for the campers, including one at the beach. No showers - river!
People aged 16 and under, with their families, get in for free. Self-directed activities available for kids/families ++
Bikes are a great way to get around. When walking protect/cover your toes. Flashlight - check. No driving permitted.
At your own risk and never under the influence! No soap in the river. Great beach. Take care of yourself and each other.
Welcome to North Ontario! The witching hour comes just as darkness falls. Bring some bug dope, long sleeves & pants. Smudge?
Fires need to be contained to fire pits. MNR fire bans apply to R&S. If you’re planning on cooking bring a stove.
Open fields. Wooded sites. Family Camping. Arrive at R&S, pick your spot & set up your gear.
Relax. Rewind. Reset.
Good People doing Good Work
A Northern Ontario-based, all-volunteer conservation organization. Our mission is to conserve wilderness and promote ecotourism across the Temagami region. Hike the world's largest old-growth red pine forest at Wolf Lake. Climb Ontario's highest point at Ishpatina Ridge. Explore Lake Temagami's 1200 islands. Paddle 4700 km of Anishnabe canoe routes. Rock on the shores of the Sturgeon River.