Food Strategies

Feedin’ yourself at the Lost Sierra Hoedown should be delicious, easy, affordable & trash free! We have a few different strategies to fill your dancin’ bones with healthy nutrients.

Do-it-Yourself Camp Style

Feel free to bring in your own nifty coolers and containers of food! Cooking at camp is rewarding, fun and affordable. Here’s some tips and guidelines.

* Please bring food in sturdy containers and coolers. You’ll want something that can keep your stuff organized and out of reach from little critters. Plastic bags don’t really cut it for the Hoedown.

* No large barbecues or fires. Small camp stoves are great for getting the job done. Make sure to cook on a hard, durable surface far from any fire hazards. Flat rocks work great.

* Minimize any trash! Every cracker box, energy bar wrapper and bag of chips has the potential to blow away and turn in to litter. Please think extra hard about putting your snacks in reusable containers. Remember those reusable dishes and utensils! You’ll be left with much less trash to manage and pack out!

* Do your shopping local and buy in bulk! If you really want to put your money somewhere worthwhile, buy your groceries at the Quincy Natural Foods Co-op in Quincy or Feather River Food Co-op in Portola.

Plumas Ski Club’s Lost Sierra Grill

Burgers, hotdogs, veggie burgers, COLD Sierra Nevada and PSC merch, the guys and gals of the Plumas Ski Club will take care of you. It’s ole’ fashioned ski lodge grub, tasty and affordable. Even better, 100% of profits from food and beer sales will benefit the Plumas Ski Club and help keep community skiing activities alive at Johnsville!

Taqueria Marias

The best in the west, visit this wonderful food truck is there whenever you’re in need of some killer mexican food.