Hello from camp! We’re taking a bit of a winter pause, we’ve got some maintenance projects and with the non stop rains, we’ve got a bit of work to do. While the campground is currently closed for camping, you can book online for future reservations, we will re-open to campers on February 16th. Please be mindful that we have limited office hours at the moment, we’re returning calls and emails, but spending time outside working on projects. The dump station is open to the public on Mondays from 10am-2pm. We look forward to showing some of our new projects, more details coming soon, there are a few fun touches we can’t wait to share.
For those of you have winter camping goals and want to bring out your RV, van or even your tent, we look forward to welcoming you. We’re only 45 minutes from Sugar Bowl and Royal Gorge, if you want to do some spring skiing or snowboarding. Don’t forget the Wild & Scenic Film Festival has moved to President’s Day Weekend, so if you’re interested in learning more about the event or watching a film or 10, check out the line up. Nevada City is home to a great network of hiking and biking trails, we’ve done plenty of rainy walks this winter, so just bring the right shoes and head outside. And if you’re looking to celebrate Valentine’s Day, we’ve got a fun post on how you could celebrate love at the campground, we are huge fans of experiential presents and who says you have to celebrate Valentine’s Day on February 14th? Maybe buy a gift certificate for a future adventure?
Top 12 Reasons to Camp in Spring:
- Any day of camping is better than not camping, who needs a reason?
- Not quite so hot at camp
- Less people
- Great opportunity to do a shakedown mission and get your gear organized for the next trip
- S’mores taste better outside, the evenings are longer, so plenty of time to have a camp fire with your camping family
- Walk to downtown Nevada City and support local merchants, get take out or check out the Nevada City Farmers Market
- Head up Highway 20 for some winter play (sledding, skiing, cross country skiing or snow shoes)
- Go for a mountain bike ride
- Spring Wildflowers Hike along the South Yuba River
- Join a Folk Trails Hiking Club meet up (March 9th or April 13th)
- Check out the spring flowers, Crystal Hermitage Tulip Garden, Empire Mine Historic State Park
- Inn Town Campground’s annual Easter Egg Hunt (Saturday afternoon, April 8th at 3:30pm)
But the time to dream about future camping trips is now… and if you want to plan away, make sure to check out our growing Pinterest boards for ideas. And reminder, we take reservations up to a year in advance, so pick any date in 2023 and start looking forward to your next adventure (or two).
To follow what’s happening at camp, make sure to check out our Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, Pinterest or Twitter feeds. If you’re looking for more local ideas, check out the Visit Nevada City Instagram feed or the InnSide Nevada City blog. See you at the campground!
Thank you for all the Inn Town Campground updates!
I have Glamped two times in your wonderful Campground. I drive from Huntington Beach, CA to your beautiful Campground and the time and effort to get there is beyond worth it!
I look forward to my next Glamping experience at Inn Town Campground.