Adventure Weekends are held in Pomfret, Connecticut. (Directions are mailed to all registered participants.)
Each 6-person group of participants is lodged in a separate rustic wooden cabin. These one-room structures aren't heated, nor do they have electricity. We provide lanterns for each cabin.
Wooden bunk-beds serve as sleeping accommodations. The bunks hold camp mattresses, which we provide; participants bring their own sleeping bags. Early autumn in Connecticut can experience a wide range of temperatures; if your sleeping bag isn't an insulated one, you might want to bring an extra blanket or two. (The information packet you'll receive after registering contains a packing list to remind you about this.)
Most groups are co-ed, and as mentioned, the cabins are one open room. Some people wear long underwear, turtlenecks, and/or leggings under whatever else they're wearing and then simply sleep in this underclothing. Others change in the nearby bathrooms or just rely upon the darkness of the cabins to provide a modest changing environment.
Bathrooms are a 1-2 minute walk from the cabins, and this area is lit, so you don't need to hunt for a flashlight if you venture out in the middle of the night. The bathrooms are standard camp ones; they won't win any style awards, but they're clean and indoors.
There are also a limited number of shower-stalls in the bathrooms. Some participants choose to shower in the mornings, others shower on Friday before they arrive and wait till they're back home to shower again.