Wilderness Dance Camp is hosted annually on the shores of Lake Coeur d’ Alene in northern Idaho at Camp N-Sid-Sen. Here we have the luxury of five days to sink into the container of community and connection with nature. We dance indoors in a lovely, light filled space.

N-Sid-Sen is a year-round  retreat center.  The name comes from a phrase of the Coeur d’Alene native people meaning “Point of Inspiration”. This incredibly beautiful site includes 270 acres and almost a mile of shoreline which include a cove and docks for swimming and boating, as well as hiking. The grounds also feature an outdoor chapel, two campfire circles, picnic areas, basketball and volleyball courts along the lake, and lots of quiet places where you can enjoy the beauty all around us. It is a perfect place for us to come together with our beloveds to Eat, Dance, and Pray together.


Group Cabins  – furnished with traditional bunk beds, all served by the centrally located shower house with multiple private showers and toilets. Cabins all have electrical outlets.

Tent – pitch your tent along the shore of Lake Coeur d’Alene or in the meadows. There is plenty of space for campers or vans in the upper meadow and there are 2 hook-ups for motor homes away from the main camp.

Spirit Lodge – has 8 rooms with two twin beds, and 4 family-style rooms with a double bed with a single bunk and a traditional bunk bed. Bathrooms are shared and are accessed through the hallway. Full kitchen available.


Welcome Center / Stillwater Lodge

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Large multi-purpose room, capacity = 200 seated without tables, 120 seated at tables
    Features: lots of natural light, sound-system, labyrinth imprinted on floor
  • Fireside Room: comfortable meeting space for up to 16
  • Snack Kitchenette: small meeting space with table and chairs for 6-8, full-size refrigerator, microwave, and coffeemaker
  • Outside Gathering Areas: two large porches with rocking chairs, each of which accommodate up to 20 people
  • Toilets, sinks and showers – including gender neutral unit


  • Dining Hall: Accommodates 160-200, complete with a large fireplace for those chilly days. Accessible restrooms. The covered lake-side porch is a wonderful place to relax or for small groups to meet. There are rocking chairs for 10-12. This main floor is wheelchair accessible.
  • Fireside Library: This room serves as a small meeting space, library, and play area for younger children. Includes a restroom.
  • Craft Room: Bright room with cement floors. Tables can be moved to create another meeting space for 20-40. Includes a restroom.



Fly into Spokane. We will schedule a shuttle at 3:00 on Sunday from the airport to Camp.  At the end of Camp on Friday, the shuttle will leave at 11:30am. Travel time is about 1.5 hours. The shuttle price is $65/person each way. If you will be using the shuttle, please note that on your registration form.

Linen Service for Air Travelers – If you are traveling by air, the camp provides linens for $16/person.