California WorldFest • Presented by The Center for the Arts

Worldfest Camping

Enjoy the festival under the pines. 

To enter the campgrounds you must have BOTH a camping pass and festival ticket (sold separately.)

• Camping gate opens at 8:00am daily, beginning Thursday. Campers must check out by noon on Monday.

• Absolutely no pets are allowed at the festival or in the camping area.  (Certified service dogs must be on a 6′ leash at all times.) Pet accommodations are available at The Kennels, call (530) 272-4670 for more information.

• 1 car per campsite (Additional parking available – see Campground Host for directions) NO VEHICLES allowed in “Walk-in Camping”

• There will be no ticket sales on-site between 10:00PM and 8:00AM.

RV Camping

 Each RV Site ticket includes two Adult 4-Day Festival Passes and camping. Additional festival and camping passes are sold separately (kids up to 12 years old camp free). 4-Day Festival Passes begin Thursday at 4PM and end Sunday at 11PM. Includes all music & activities for Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday.

 “Dry” RV Camping is available outside of RV parking area (no hookups.) RV’s are welcome to dry camp without hookups, as well. No Generators allowed. 

 • Propane is available for sale at the Campground RV Office.

 • RV Dump Station is available for an additional usage fee.

 • RV Hookup Parking opens at 8:00AM on Thursday, July 9 and your spot is available to you until noon on Monday, July 12.

 • RV Hookup site purchases are available in packets only including two Adult 4-Day Festival Ticket with camping.

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California WorldFest © 2022. California WorldFest is presented by The Center for the Arts, a cultural and educational organization that promotes and presents the literary, visual, & performing arts for the enrichment of our community.
Site Photography by John Taber, Marion Charlotte Photography, Ryuta Shimotomai, and Eye of Laksmi.

California WorldFest acknowledges the racial injustice of the past and present. We are committed to listening to BBIPOC voices and educating ourselves as we work together towards a future built on equality. We believe the arts foster unity and will continue to advocate for BBIPOC artists and community members. We see you, we hear you, we support you.