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Full Moon
Festival Camping

Washoe Valley is a rural, area between Reno and Carson City.  I580 runs through the Valley.  Exit number 50 brings you to our Festival at the Bowers Mansion Park. 


There are no motels in Washoe Valley, but Washoe Lake, in the middle of the valley, is flanked by many Parks.   

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Washoe Valley


Davis Creek Park  is the closest to the Festival, about a mile and a half.  All sites are $30 per night.  They have NO hookups, and they do not allow jamming past 10pm. They do take reservations.  Click here to go to their website.

Washoe Lake State Park is a 10-15 minute drive from the Festival.   All campsites are first come first, served (no reservations available).  You pay at the gate, and the fees are $17 per night ($20 for out of state).  There are two different camping areas in this Park. 

  • Regualr Campground - Loop A has 24 sites with electricity and water, first come first served.  Loop B is closed for repairs. No jamming past 10pm.

  • NNBA Group Camp  NNBA has reserved the entire north Group Camping area.  It is all dry camping, and non-amplified jamming is allowed 24 hours a day. There is a nice Pavillion for gathering at, with 20 tables, grills, sinks, electricity, lighting, restrooms, etc.  Showers are available in the Regualr Campground, and your windshield sticker will allow you to enter that area.    

Questions about Camping? 
Call Tim Miller at 408-644-9993

Washoe Lake State Park

is closed for repairs

Washoe Lake State Park Campground

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