Food & Meal Plan Info


Bea’s Blend Speciality Coffee

Bea’s Blend prides itself on providing quality freshly roasted organic, fair-trade coffee.  Bea started roasting with a single pound roaster.  Soon she couldn’t keep up with the requests.  The rest is history.  Bea’s Blend has grown with devoted customers across the United States.  If you have not already, Bea hopes one day you too will taste a quality cup of coffee courtesy of Bea’s Blend.

Meal Plan

Gloria Ann’s Catering

One meal per day at dinnertime, catered and served buffet style using some festie familiar recipes!  If you choose to purchase the dinner plan, please bring your own plates and silverware each night.

Meal Plan Menu (prepaid $45.00 kids- $95.00 adult)

Note:  meat, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options available for those who choose those meal plans.

Gluten free meals ARE NOT made in a separate gluten free kitchen

Day 1 Tuesday- Homemade Meatloaf or Vegan Nut Loaf, mashed potatoes w/gravy on the side (vegan potato option), cob corn for all w/butter on the side, 3 bean salad (vegan), roll and butter

Day 2 Wednesday- Ground Beef or turkey taco meat (vegan taco meat option), Grilled Chicken Strips, black beans, soft shell tortilla (some gluten free as needed), spanish rice, condiments of (onion, hot peppers, salsa, sour cream), cold salad w/cucumbers tomato, shredded carrots and 2 dressings), corn tortilla chips and salsa

Day 3 Thursday- Sloppy Joe (gluten free bun available), Vegan/Vegetarian Sloppy Joe (1 gluten free bun), 3 bean bake beans w/onion and bacon (vegan/vegetarian option available), sweet carrots w/butter (we can do a vegan option is needed), pasta salad

Day 4 Friday- Brats (include ketchup, mayo, mustard packets and onion), Grilled Burgers (gluten free bun available), Grilled Veggie/Vegan Burgers (gluten buns available), assorted chips 40 (option vegan chips), signature mac and cheese, fresh fruit

Day 5 Saturday- Grilled Chicken and Veggie Roast On Balsamic Noodles w/Parmesan, or Grilled Veggies on Balsamic Noodles option, garden salad/ranch and Italian mix, garlic bread w/vegan and gluten free options

Community Kitchen

If you prefer to prepare your own meals, there is always the option of the Community Kitchen.  This is a pretty nice set up.  There are shared coolers or you can bring your own cooler.  We recommend use of the CK over keeping and or cooking food at your campsite.  Remember…we do have raccoons on The Land and they love some good people snacks.

WWTLC provides:

A wheelchair-accessible Community Kitchen Tent near old “Main Kitchen”, hot water, limited electricity, food preparation space, dishwashing stations, coffee and hot water dispensers (BYO coffee, creamer, sugar, tea, mugs, etc.), limited coolers for community use, a limited number of propane grills for community use covered, wheelchair-accessible Community Dining Tent including lighting, tables, and chairs

Ice is available for a small fee.