C.A.M.P. takes place at Camp Outback, in the woods by the Russian River in Guerneville, California
Download this local guide that Lisa made to see some of the awesome Guerneville businesses that are just a 10 minute
walk from the CAMPground, including places to stay the night for non-camping CAMPers.
If you are not familiar with Guerneville, you are in for a treat. Ninety minutes north of the Bay Area, surrounded by a redwood forest on the Russian River, Guerneville has most recently been known as a gay resort and family vacation town. However, it has been many things to many people over the years. The Pomo Indians used it as their summer camp, calling it "Ceola" meaning shady place. They wouldn't enter the woods at night for fear of the powerful spirits that lived under the trees. Five miles away, outside the town of Monte Rio is the Bohemian Grove. Apparently this where, for the last hundred years, politicians and rich musicians worship owls made of rock.