Retreat Information

Retreat Information

While we update the new program and schedule, view the 2023 version here: 2023 Retreat Program

The Men’s Spring Retreat provides the opportunity for recovering alcoholic men to spend a weekend immersed in meetings, spiritual reflection and fellowship.  Please join us for great sharing, recovery, and fun!

The Men’s Spring Retreat Committee: 

Dan D, Chris N, Joe F, Justin C, Chuck G, Chris W


Justin C: 760 717 0374 (general queries), Dan D: 760 681 6922 (lodging)

You can also contact the committee at

Venue: Visit the venue page for location and contact information. This is our second year at this location and the feedback from last year was overwhelmingly good. Beautiful grounds with a creek running through the center and plenty of space, but still near to downtown. This year we plan to have more of the available activities open for use at the camp.

Cost:  $225 For a bunk in a shared cabin. Additional information can be found on the registration page.

Disabilities/mobility: The retreat area is much flatter than at the previous location and thus a bit more accommodating. There are several cabins near the main and dining halls, which don’t require as much walking. If you have a mobility issue, please indicate so on your registration form and we’ll do our best to meet your needs.

Scholarships: Priority will be first-time attendees and newcomers. You will register for a scholarship on the main registration page. All men on scholarships will be placed in bunks and have a service commitment. Please offer to pony up whatever you can afford towards your own room and board. This will allow the limited scholarship donations to help more people.

Scholarship support: Thank you for your previous contributions to the scholarship fund.  If you can increase your contribution this year to help the new men it would be greatly appreciated. Donations can be made here.

For more information on the history of the retreat, as we approach our 40th anniversary, please check out the following page…

History of the Retreat