1. Are pre-reservations really necessary?
Yes. If you want to sleep under a roof, then yes, you will have to pre-reserve. If you are tenting or daytripping then no.
2. Can I pay by check at the gate?
No. Unfortunately, we are only able to accept cash or credit cards at the gate. Please note that merchants will not accept checks either.
3. Will my tickets be mailed to me?
No. If you pay by Paypal, your Paypal confirmation is your receipt. When you pay via PayPal you are added to our registration database. You will simply give your name at the gate. Each group or sets of registrations is kept under the name attached to the Paypal account. If you pay by Paypal, by phone, mail or in person, we will send you an email confirmation.
4. Can I mail in payment for my reservations?
Yes! You may send check or money order to: Pagan Unity Festival c/o The Goddess and The Moon 603 8th Avenue So. Nashville TN 37203.
5. We want to share a cabin with our friends. Can we pay for our reservations separately and still get the same cabin?
Yes. You must both prepay to be placed together. Just indicate the name of the friend and we will assign you together. Make sure the friend also puts your name in the email they send to us.
6. I am coming to the festival alone, can I still get a cabin?
Yes. We have cabins set aside for single attendees to share with others that are attending alone.
7. What do I need to bring with me?
We have provided a packing list, scroll down and check it out.
8. Can I stay in Burns or Dickson and attend the festival daily or do I have to stay at the festival site?
You may certainly stay offsite. There is a hotel and modern cabins at the park. There is a link on our website that will take you to the park. There are also hotels off the park grounds.
9. Can I bring medication that requires refrigeration?
Yes. Please make sure it is labeled with your name and bring it to the back door of the kitchen. When you need it, come to the back door and request it.
10. Can you accommodate special food needs?
No. While many of the dishes we serve are vegetarian and the ingredients are clearly labeled, if you have special health concerns such as allergies we ask that you bring your own food.
11. Can I get married at PUF or have another ceremony?
Yes. The fee for the space, the cake, the facilitator, an announcement in the program, a private cabin and special seats at feast is $250. You may also have a ceremony on site for which you are completely responsible for all the aspects, you simply need to ask where to hold your ceremony.
12. Can I bring my pet to PUF.
No. Only Service animals are allowed on site.
13. Can we build a fire?
NO! If you do you will be fined $200 by Montgomery Bell State Park.
14. Can I get a refund if necessary?
Yes. You can apply for a refund 30 days out from the festival, after that, we are unable to refund.
15. Should I call Montgomery Bell State Park for information?
NO! We are in Group Camp #1of the park. Please do not contact the Inn or the park, if you have questions contact us.
16. Is there electricity in the cabins?
Yes, but the system will not carry heaters or a lot of electical items.
17. How many bunks in each cabin?
The majority of the cabins have 4 bunks, there are very few 2 bunk cabins. If a 2 bunk cabin is your desire, you need to book your reservations early.
There are no fires allowed on the site except the designated fire pit areas.
There is a $200 fine imposed by the park for violations.
No animals except for service animals are allowed on site,
our insurance precludes it.
You don't have to bring it all, just enough to
be comfortable in the great outdoors!
Banner (To identity your group)
Battery Operated Lanterns
Comb and or brush
FanFeast Gear (Non-disposible, silverware, cups, plates)
Food (For your own personal use)
Grill (to cook your own food)
Glasses (Prescription and sun)
Hand and body lotion
Personal Necessities (towels, soap, shampoo, medication, in short everything you need to be comfortable)
Sanitizing hand gel
Service animals ONLY
Shampoo and conditioner
Toothbrush ~ toothpaste, mouthwash
Zest for life!
Our Mission ~ by Jill Fazio
Our mission at Pagan Unity Festival is simple.
To enrich, enlighten and enjoy.
To that end, we live with these
pillars of wisdom:
Respect yourself: Everyone likes to have a good time, but
keep it clean and modest when in public spaces. This is a
family site, even when the sun goes down. Please be
appropriate in dress, chivalrous in nature, and as kind
to your future self as possible. Think ahead!
Respect each other: Understand that everyone is here for
their own experience, and not just to add to yours. This
means respect everyone's physical, emotional and
spiritual space. If you disagree with another person,
allow that and move on. We are generating a spiraled and
convoluted web of many different threads, not all of them
will be ones you need to connect to personally.
Respect the site: We do not own this space, and we must
relate to it with gentle hands and feet. This is not only
so we are able to come back, but also because we are
enjoying this patch of the earth together, and so we are
all responsible. If you see trash or other items on the
ground, pick them up and dispose/recycle at the nearest