Location & Lodging

Plumas County is the true rural experience you've dreamed about: crystal clear lakes, trout-filled streams, fresh pine forests, star filled skies, and a natural friendliness that comes from small-town life. Located in northeastern California where the Sierra Nevada and Cascade mountains meet, Plumas County boasts more than 100 lakes, 1,000 miles of rivers and streams, and over a million acres of national forest. With only eight people per square mile, this rural, four-season mountain retreat offers beauty, solitude, and clean air, making it the perfect location for this annual Sierra Nevada Conservation & Wilderness Medicine Conference.

Traveling to Quincy

From Central California: Head North on I-5, merge onto State Hwy 99 N, then merge onto CA-70 N and follow signs to Quincy.

From Reno: Head North on I-395, use the exit for Hallelujah Junction and turn left at the stop sign onto CA-70 W, then follow signs to Quincy.

From the Tahoe area: Take CA-267 N to CA-89 N in Truckee. Follow CA-89 N until you must turn left to stay on CA-89 N/CA-70 W. Follow signs to Quincy.

Drive times vary to Quincy depending on weather conditions. On a clear day, it takes about 1.5 hours from Reno, 1.5 hour from Oroville/Chico and 2.5 hours from Sacramento.

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Lodging

NOTE: We recommend reserving your lodging as soon as possible. Local hotels are limited and tend to fill up quick!

On-sight camping is encouraged and included in the registration price for the weekend; Includes restrooms and showers.

Click here to view local/on-your-own lodging options.

When reserving your lodging, be aware the majority of didactic sessions and activities will take place at the Pioneer Park, located at 34 Fairground Rd, Quincy, CA 95971.