Where is the Lake Berryessa Eco-Camp?

The camp is located at 7850 Berryessa-Knoxville Road, just north of the Putah Creek Bridge in Napa County, California.

Do the campsites have picnic tables and fire pits?

There aren’t actually any specific “campsites.”  But there are broad grassy areas under the oak trees with ample room to pitch a tent.  There is also plenty of room to park a trailer or an RV.  And there are more than an adequate number of picnic tables under the two ramadas and barbecues for us all to use.

Can I bring my kayak?

Please do!  After years of devastating drought, Lake Berryessa is full again and the boat dock at the camp is actually floating in the water! So bring whatever water toys you have and enjoy the abundance of water!

What about meals?  Are those included?

At this point, no. Everyone will be on their own.  Having said that we do have a number of community meal events planned which might make meal preparation a little easier:  First Night ‘Ukulele Community Pot-Luck; The Chili Cook-Off; the Wienie Roast; and the Last Morning Community Pancake Breakfast.

My hubby is not interested in learning to play the uke.  Can he just play his harmonica along with us?And if so, what’s his fee?

We love companions who join us with other instruments during the band sessions and play-alongs.  (Especially if they are good!) So, as long as he’s not sitting in on any of the actual classes or workshops, the companion fee for him is $199.

If you have any other questions, be sure to Contact Us.

Are dogs allowed?

Right now the Napa Open Space District does not have a policy on dogs at the Eco-Camp.  However, we are willing to give it a try and say that well-behaved dogs are welcome provided they are on a leash at all times….and don’t bark or start howling at the moon when we start to sing!


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