When is the Festival?

 The Tree of Life Festival at Dragon's Gate Gardens will be held August 21, 22, & 23, 2020  The Tree of Life Fest is here to share the cornucopia of higher vibration knowledge, life skills and the joys of being alive!

Sing, Laugh, Dance and repeat!

What is the duration of the Festival?

 The Festival starts Friday the 21st at 9 am, with an Opening ceremony. Closing ceremony Sunday mid-afternoon. We ask that all participants leave  Dragons' Gate by 3 p.m. Monday the 24th. (Unless you want to volunteer to help with the clean up and then enjoy the worker pool party! ) 

Where is the Festival?


The Tree of Life Festival  is 15 miles off the I-5 corridor half way between Olympia and Centralia WA. Follow the Skookumchuck River valley into the forested hills and turn right into the Dragons' Gate. ( If you get to Thompson Creek Rd. on your right....you have gone to far! Turn around we are your first left going back West. )

Parking and Camping

Camping and Parking are included with your pass/membership.

Camp in sunny spots or lush shaded secluded sites including some communal campfire rings, porta-potties  with hand washing stations.  Outdoor community showering area with some privacy. 

 (RVs, trailers and oversized rigs passes will be $60.00)  {This is an organic farm so PLEASE if your vehicle is leaking fluids, leave it at home, bottom line bring your own drip pan, thanks! }

Pass/Membership How do I buy a pass and how much are they?


Email us for an invoice from Square or PayPal.  Adult passes are $275.00, if you are 18 to 25 your pass will cost $175.00, Teens 13 to 17 are $125.00 or if you are 55 & better your pass is $235.00. 

 Each child is required to have a pass , however, a child's pass for ages 12 and under is free with a paying adult pass. 

A limited number of Dog passes are available for $85.00, ($40.00 of which will be returned to all "good dogs" at end of event 0).



From the North: I-5 Exit 102, go left over I-5 and go right on Capitol Blvd.

Continue south on Capitol Blvd, it becomes Old Highway 99. Go 9.64 miles, turn right on Sussex Ave/507, turn left on Wichman St./507, follow 507, left onto Bucoda Hwy/507, left on 184th, it turns into Skookumchuck Rd, go 5 miles and it's on the right.

From the South/1-5 take exit 81 and follow Hwy 507 North, approximately 1 mile North of the tiny town of Bucoda turn Right onto 184th, which becomes Skookumchuck. 5 miles from 507 turn right into the Dragons' Gate.

Other Helpful Information

Can I video tape the performances?

No video cameras are allowed. Still cameras can be used through the Festival

Is the music appropriate for children?


Is there handicapped or senior parking?

We have up-front parking for people with (any) state issued handicap parking placard displayed in the window in their car.

Does the Festival allow cigarette smoking?

Yes, but it is allowed only in designated smoking areas. Look for the signs with “butt cans.” We do not allow smoking on the paths or in or near booths.