Note: You must make your own
reservations for a campsite through reserveamerica.com
Location: - Located on the
west shore above Prosser Reservoir. From Truckee, CA take Highway
89 North approximately four miles north of I-80. Look for Prosser
Recreation Area sign on the right. Take a right onto paved road
and campground will be on the left in approximately 1.5 miles.
Finding the Rally Site: The SNU now provides the means for you to put its rally sites on your electronic map. If you don't have a GPS or a PND or a computer with a mapping program, you can still take the file and use it to find coordinates on your paper maps.
What to expect at an SNU rally: Never been to an SNU rally? This page will give you information on arrival and departure times, meals, activities, and other information that will help make the rally an enjoyable experience.
Boondocking SNU Style: SNU rallies are a great way to experience camping “off grid” Our usual rally sites have no electricity or other hookups. Water is frequently not available. For the SNU, this type of camping enhances the experience and we are never without all the comforts of home
Family Campground -|- Photo
gallery of Prosser Family Campground -|- The
Prosser, Boca Area -|-
Arrival time - anytime after noon on
Wednesday August 5, 2015
Fees and Donations: You must make your own reservations for a campsite through reserveamerica.com or recreation.gov
Events and activities: The theme of this rally is Overcome your dry camping fears. Some technical workshops and other special activities are being planned for this rally.
Typical SNU activities include: Morning coffee klatch is from about 7 to 9. Happy hours will likely occur on Friday and Saturday starting about 4 p.m. Shared meals will be Friday and Saturday around 6 p.m. The unit meeting, open to all, will be held sometime Saturday . All gatherings will be informal and BYO (bring your own) to share as suits your karma. If you want to coordinate and plan, then form your own conspiracy with whomever is handy! Bring wood for campfires
Weather: June can be warm during the day and cold at night.
Facilities: Drinking water and vault
toilets. Fairly level sites, relatively easy access.
Nearby attractions: The nearby reservoir offers opportunities for fishing, boating, and other water sports. Hiking and biking trails are nearby. It's a short drive into the town of Truckee and to visit places such as the Donner Memorial State Park
If you can't make it for the entire time, feel free to join us for a few hours, one day, or whatever time frame fits your schedule.
RSVP - please notify the SNU via e-mail to hq(at)SierraNevadaAirstreams(dot)org or a phone call to Diane at 775-972- 5011. It helps our planning to know how many people to expect.
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