The MAPS Meet is a community based event that has met annually for 15 years and is the second longest running skills gathering on the East Coast. Get a taste of the Mid-Atlantic Regions premier Earth Skills gathering from this article featured in The Washington Post Magazine .
The MAPS Meet is held about one hour outside of DC in the scenic Shenandoah Mountains on the border of Virginia and West Virginia along the Shenandoah River.
This gathering has limited spaces available and you must preregister to attend the event.
We recommend that you bring your own tent or tipi to the Mid-Atlantic Primitive Skills Gathering. However, if you don't have a tent, for an additional fee there are some accommodations available for groups & individuals.
There are 10 Work Trade positions available for the Mid Atlantic Primitive skills Gathering. Work Trade is a great way to participate in the event and support the community and event. When you participate in the Work Trade program you must be available from 10am May 24th through May 31st at 4pm. If you are interested in a work trade position please read, complete, and submit the Work Trade Application.