Compostela Campout

The Compostela Campout is our annual end of summer season celebration.  It is a great opportunity to close out your summer with an overnight weekend gathering dedicated to the Evangelization of Culture through a celebration of the arts and faith, family and fun in the glory of God’s natural creation. 
Rent a cabin, pitch a tent, hook up an RV or roll out a sleeping bag in one of our bunkhouses.

Friday August  9
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Noon check in
1:00pm pool opens, game room open, hike to Zion
4:45pm Rosary
5:00pm Evening Mass
6:00pm dinner and music poolside
7:00pm  
poolside concert with
I’m Fine (Eamon Sefton & Abigail Rose)
9:00pm Night Prayer and Adoration  

Saturday August  10
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7:00am Morning Prayer
7:30am Morning Mass
8:00am breakfast on own at St. John the Baptist
9:00am hike to Zion
 

10:00-11:30am arts workshops 
 
   – Beginner/Intermediate Guitar – Jake Detar/Daniel Bagdazian
Beginner Ukele – Melanie Mitchell
Vocal Technique – Melanie Mitchell
Celtic Guitar – Eamon Sefton

 Fiddle – Michaela Cooper
Percussion – Michael Meridos
Songwriting – Abigail Rose
Violin – Eisabeth Harter

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1531 Festival of Praise – A Folkfest in the Foothills
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11:30pm  lunch on own at St. John the Baptist
Noon  swimming pool opens
Noon 1531 Festival Begins

all day – Confessions in Game Room
3:00pm Chaplet of Divine Mercy under the canopy
5:00pm Mass under the canopy
6:00pm dinner service – picnic grounds
6:45pm See concert lineup

Sunday August  11
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7:00am Morning Prayer
7:30am   Sunday Mass
8:30am  breakfast on own at St. John the Baptist
Noon Check out
 

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ACCOMMODATIONS
subject to change and based on availability 

Accommodations include:

Friday poolside dinner and concert
Saturday breakfast, lunch and dinner, and 1531 Festival

Sunday breakfast

Liturgies Friday, Saturday, Sunday
All inclusive of talks, workshops, and retreat center facilities
Multi Discipline Artistic Workshops
Nightly Concerts
Inspiring Talks
Challenging Hikes
Tournament Games
Good Food
Craft Beer and Wine Tasting 

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Private Room
(sleeps up to 4)
$139 per person (minimum 4 people)
 

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Family Cabin
(sleeps up to 18)
Per pricing based on minimum of 8 adults
Adults   $129 per person
Child $39 (ages 4-8)
(under age 4 free)
 

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Bunkhouse
(individual bunks gender specific)
$109 per person (adults only)
 
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RV Space
(bring your own RV, Trailer or 5th wheel)
$139 per person (maximum 8 people per space)
Child $39 (ages 4-8)
(under age 4 free)
includes hook-ups – pull throughs available
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Tent Camping Space
(pitch your own tent)
$109 per (max 4 persons per space)
Child $39 (ages 4-8)
(under age 4 free) 

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Families – A great way for all summer campers and their families
to enjoy a reunion with their camp friends – old and new, before the back to school crush…
 

Young Adults – a great way to spend time with your Catholic friends
and to make new ones in the great outdoors yet, convenient to get to Daily Liturgies
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1531 FOLK FEST

The 1531 Folk Fest is a celebration of the Glory and Magnificence of God and His Church as expressed in the gathering of His people for liturgical prayer – GREAT food, Craft Beer and vintage wines, and a foothill folk fest with some of the best musicians in Southern California gathering to share their gifts and merriment. There is no cost to attend, its a whole lot of fun, and you’ll find yourself dancing in the aisles!u