A family friendly campout with music, adventure and outdoor education at the Johnsville Historic Ski Bowl Sept. 22-25, 2016.
• Simple Livin’ – Park the car, disconnect from technology, stop producing trash.
• Community – Meet your neighbors, dosey doe, make new friends.
• Outdoor Recreation – Ride a bike, swim in Eureka Lake, Hike to Eureka Peak.
• Music – An unforgettable lineup that sounds just right on a historic ski bowl.
• Fundraising – The Lost Sierra Hoedown benefits the Johnsville Historic Ski Bowl and its community partners: Eastern Plumas Recreation District, Plumas Ski Club and Plumas Eureka State Park Association.
It’s a Hoedown, not a musical festival. Only 500 tickets available.
The Plumas Ski Club and Ski Bowl History
The mountains between Johnsville and La Porte are home to the oldest recorded sport skiing in the western hemisphere, dating back to the 1850s. The Plumas Ski Club is a non-profit organization formed by skiers to keep skiing alive at Johnsville Historic Ski Bowl. Today, the Plumas Ski Club holds the Historic Longboard Revival Series three times per winter. 100% percent of proceeds from beers sales at the Lost Sierra Hoedown are donated to the Plumas Ski Club to help keep skiing alive at Johnsville Historic Ski Bowl.