Camp Updates

Registration Open for 2022!

Registration is now open for Redwood Magic 2022, August 10-14 at Mendocino Woodlands Camp Three.

Earlybird discount through March 31 saves $30-50 per person on our already-low sliding scale!

Registration Page – click here

Magic, nature, and community for all ages. Camp features age-based and all-ages activities, rituals, and magic.

Redwood Magic is a diverse camp, and especially welcomes families including BIPOC and LGBTQ members.

Camp fees include tent-cabin (or bring your own tent), meals for omnis, veggies, and vegans (with gluten-free options), and all activities except optional silent auction (fundraiser for camp).

Some scholarship assistance is also available.

Registration Page – click here


Camp Updates

Redwood Magic Online

August 14-16, 2020 – Via Zoom

Visit our 2020 camp page for complete schedule and zoom links!

Redwood Magic invites families and young people to join us for a weekend of magic and creativity. We’ll offer short opening and closing rituals, as well as age-based and all-age workshops and events through the weekend. There will even be a talent show!

Although we invite you to choose the events that suit your family and schedule, we are asking folks to register to help us plan the weekend. We hope most folks will be part of the opening and closing circles (Friday and Sunday).

Kids’ activities will meet one time per age-group. Teens and adults may meet more often. How about a parents’ circle after the kids go to bed? Or an all-night teens role-playing game?

Raccoons – Saturday morning

Newts (ages approx 0-8) – Sunday 11am

Cost – sliding scale $0-99 per family. Any additional donations will sustain our longterm camp organizing.





Chants & Music, Reclaiming, Resources

Campfire Chants: Lyrics and Lore Booklet!

Campfire Chants – Deluxe Lyrics & Lore Booklet!
Full-color print edition or free PDF – booklet accompanies our Campfire Chants album – listen free online
Booklet is perfect for coffeetables, bedtime reading, and learning ukulele chords to our chants!

Our Magical Ancestors – an essay

Luke Hauser’s new essay on alternative history – free download or read online

Who are these people who call themselves Pagans, Witches, and workers of magic? Where did they come from?

Join Luke Hauser for an illustrated, occasionally tongue-in-cheek journey through our magical lineages, from ancient Mesopotamia to Gardner, Valiente, and the Wiccan Revival of modern days.

Think of this as a pleasant excursion, not a treadmill.

Read what calls to you. Skip around as you wish. Feel free to ignore entire sections.

Just know that when you reach the Isle of Apples, you may be tested on this material.

Click here for free download | Click here ​to read online

“Erudite, good-humoured, generous, with that open-minded readiness to recognise merit in many different sources of inspiration that is one of the best features of the Reclaiming tradition.”

– Ronald Hutton, Professor of History, University of Bristol

“Presents an enormous amount of material in a very attractive and readable way.”

– Michael D. Bailey, Department of History, Iowa State University / Associate Editor: Magic, Ritual, and Witchcraft

Graphic: Hieronymus Bosch