The closest Amtrak and Greyhound stations are in Chico or Reno. Plumas Transit provides limited shuttle service between the Reno airport and the festival grounds.
The festival is located at 204 Fairground Rd in Quincy, CA. Click the map marker below for driving directions. A limited number of on-site vehicle passes are available for purchase. See Camping & Parking for parking options.
Heads up: Coming from the west?
Bay Area, Sacramento?
There’s a post-burn slide on Highway 70, which might be the way you normally drive to the event. Going through Truckee adds 15 minutes to your drive and is also much safer overall—so get the word out and plan to go that way this year.
Plumas Transit will provide a local bus service along its regular service route, including stops at in downtown Quincy, Quincy Natural Foods, Safeway, and SaveMor. The shuttle will depart approximately every half hour from Fairgrounds Road, just outside the main entrance. Cost is $1 each time you board the bus. More info at plumastransit.com.
Friday, Saturday: 8am-9pm
Drive safely. The California Highway Patrol is a vigilant presence on the roads leading into the fairgrounds. Hwy 70 into and out of Quincy is a beautiful drive through the Feather River Canyon. However, it is a winding road with lots of turns, upgrades and downgrades. Please be careful when traveling on this road. Sleep before you hit the road, and always be aware of your surroundings. Simple advice, but many of us neglect these things and sadly this has led to fatalities. Sleep deprivation has been the direct cause of automobile-related deaths following the festival. Please be smart and drive safely.