Syncytium continues to thrive due to the contributions of active participation from our camp members. Being an active participant is an important aspect of the Syncytium culture. This means that you are able to contribute in many different ways. We start planning for Lakes of Fire at the beginning of the year with planning meetings and writing art grants. Then we have build days where we build infrastructure for the camp as well as work on various art projects. Then we load up our gear and bring it to Lakes and build the camp for the event. Once the event is over we tear down, load the truck, and then unpack all our gear in Ann Arbor. All of the building and planning takes the communal effort of each member of the group. The more you contribute the more you're actively building and defining the Syncytium idea, and truly becoming an integral part of the group culture and the larger Burning Man experience. And most importantly we believe in having fun and being silly!
What does Syncytium contribute at Lakes of Fire? We are a camp that has daytime and nighttime festivities. During the day we give the gift of healing and workshops. Once the sun goes down we turn the speakers and the fire way up! We serve delicious drinks and dance our booties off. We also have many interactive and static art projects.
Lucky Lake Campground 3977 W. Wilke Rd Montague MI United States 49437