“Stake Your Claim” Camping
A limited number of camp spots will be available on-site at Johnsville Historic Ski Bowl, directly behind the main stage. It’s recommended to get your individual camping pass early, as space is limited.
Fees: Event Ticket ($50) + Camping Fee ($15) Per Person
Amenities: Filtered Water, Porta Potties, Wash Stations, Late Night Acoustic Music, Close Neighbors and a tight knit community.
Regulations: No Campfires. No Barbecues. No Glass. No Dogs (service dogs ok)
Each individual that wants to camp in the tent camping area, or in their camper vehicle will need a camping pass. Those individuals choosing to sleep ovenight in a parked vehicle will not be alowed to set up a camp in the parking lot and will be limited to a parking space. Your parking pass counts as an individual camping pass but everyone that rides in the vehicle will need a camping pass if they wish to stay overnight.
Off-Site Camping and Lodging
For folks who appreciate a quieter camping experience with hot showers, we recommend a campsite at Plumas-Eureka State Park’s campground. The campground is about one mile from the concert venue.
Camping at the Plumas Eureka State Park campground is separate from the Ski Bowl and not included in the $15/person camping fee. Ski Bowl camping will be limited and it is advised to get your pass early.
PlumasCounty.org is a great resource for finding all kinds of information on alternative lodging and activities near the Lost Sierra Hoedown. Check it out!