2015 Blend Retreat Pricing

Tickets for Blend Retreat 2015 are $125 and will go on sale starting January 18th at 8pm EST.

You get a LOT with your admission ticket. This includes:

  • Admittance to the welcome Cocktail Party, complete with one free drink–both alcoholic and non alcoholic will be available.
  • Three meals, including two breakfast meals (one sponsored by Love Grown Foods, Justin’s Nut Butter and Flapjacked Protein Pancakes) and a five-course gourmet dinner.
  • Coffee and tea all weekend long.
  • Two Snack Breaks.
  • Two fitness classes, including one boot-camp and one yoga class sponsored by Bhakti Chai.
  • A Saturday hike with Detour Bar, featuring pre- and post-hike snacks.
  • BLEND Retreat t-shirt provided by our Official Sponsor, Quest Nutrition.
  • All-weekend access to the Expo Room, where you can chat with sponsors and get freebies!
  • Multiple “room drops” throughout the weekend from some of your favorite companies.
  • Amazing swag bag filled with goodies from more than 25 sponsors.
  • Entry into a closing ceremony raffle with big ticket items from our sponsors.


Blend Retreat is kind of like summer camp–we will be pairing you up with roommates (and even bed mates!) If you have a particular friend you would like to bunk with or be in the same suite with, you will have the opportunity to list them at registration.

Please note, there is limited availability on certain options and if they are sold out, you will not be able to select these options at registration.

The price below includes the two-night stay, resort fee, and lodging tax:

Pullout – $160

Twin – $210

Full – $235

Queen – $270

Shared Full – $125

Shared Queen – $140

Bed Options Explained:

Pull-Outs – A large pull-out couch in a cabin living room.
Shared options – To be shared with a bed-mate.

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Wendie January 30, 2013 at 12:13 pm

Are the above lodging prices per night or for both nights? Just want to make sure I know 🙂


lindsaymwright January 30, 2013 at 12:36 pm

The lodging prices listed are for TWO nights and also include tax and lodging fees!


Mary @ Travels with Mary February 26, 2013 at 8:23 pm

When you say “bedmate” do you mean like a bunk-bed, two twin beds, or do you mean we’re going to be snuggling and I should just bring a sleeping bag?


lindsaymwright February 26, 2013 at 8:32 pm

Hi Mary! Bedmate means sleeping in the same bed with someone else. Like a cuddle buddy! 🙂


Coley January 22, 2015 at 8:31 am

Hey, quick question. I need to bring my family since my little guy will still be nursing and attached to me. Janetha mentioned you can get a cabin to yourself. How would I go about booking that? Obviously I know that will cost more. 🙂 Thanks a bunch!


lindsaymwright January 26, 2015 at 3:32 pm

Hey Coley!! You can definitely book a cabin! Can you email me more info about your needs – Thanks!


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