CAMPING

HOME BASE

Camping at the race adds to the overall race experience. Giving you a home base before, during, and after the race where you can rest, access your stuff, and enjoy the beautiful scenery. If you are running 12-hours or longer we highly recommend setting up camp for the best experience. You can reserve a camp space when registering for the race.

There will be several designated camping zones right on the course and race festival area for easy access throughout the race. This all takes place on Reedley College Farms, these are not traditional campground spaces, plan to be fully self-sufficient with your camping setup. Portable toilets and a trash dumpster will be available, please deposit all trash in the dumpster before leaving. Zone details below are followed by the map with green areas marked.

PRO TIP

As the race starts at 6:00 PM, it is highly recommended to come set up camp on Saturday morning, settle in, then take a nice long nap in the afternoon so you can be well-rested before starting your 6, 12, 24-hour or 100-mile race.

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PARKING & CAMPING ZONES

2022 Reedley Course

CAMPING ZONES

ZONE 1 - VINEYARDS

As soon as you come down the hill and enter the course along the grapevines orchards. As this is the easiest to exit the race and get to the parking area, Zone 1 is recommended for ALL 6 & 12-hour runners that plan to leave early.

Recommended: Tents, canopies, tent w/car, 6, 12 runners

Zone 1 - Vineyards

ZONE 2 & 3 - VINEYARDS BACK

The back section to Zone 1 is on the other side of the vineyards and against the creek where you'll get shade from the oak trees in Zone 2 or be in-between the vineyards and field in Zone 3. If staying until the end of the race on Sunday night or until Monday morning then these are ideal zones to camp.

Recommended: Tents, canopies, tent w/car, RVs, trailers, 24-hour, and 100-mile runners.

Zone 2 & 3 - Vineyards Back

ZONE 4 - CROSSING OPEN SPACE

Right at the intersection of the 2-loops and across from the race staging area is a large open lot that can be used for camping.  It provides easy access twice while completing a lap.

Recommended: Tents, canopies, 24-hour, and 100-mile runners.

Zone 4 Open Lot

ZONE 5 - OAK CANOPY

Near the race staging area and continuing back is a long stretch under the old-growth oak trees along the creek that provide comfortable shade for the entire event.  The road is wide and allows for plenty of room for cars and RVs.

Recommended: Tents, canopies, tent w/car, RVs, trailers, 24-hour, and 100-mile runners.

Zone 5 - Oak Canopy

ZONE 6 - ORCHARD POCKETS

Along the orchards are a handful of open pockets where you can set up a tent, or park a car with a tent right on the course.

Recommended: Tents, canopies, tent w/car, 24-hour, and 100-mile runners.

Zone 6 - Orchard Pockets

ZONE 7 - ORCHARD CLEARING

The last zone has the road widens up to provide a good zone for RVs, trailers, or cars that are camping out for the full event.

Recommended: Tents, canopies, tent w/car, RVs, trailers, 24-hour, and 100-mile runners.

Zone 7 - Orchard Clearing

CAMPING RULES

  • No cars driving on the course route from Saturday 5:00 PM to Sunday after midnight. The only exception is for 6 & 12-hour runners car camping in Zone 1 and exiting from Zone 1. Please be careful of runners and drive slowly until exited.
  • Zones 2 - 7 access are directly on the course, so camping set up in these zones need to be for the duration of the entire event until Sunday midnight after the last runner finishes or until Monday morning.
  • If running 6 or 12-hour races and you wish to camp in Zones 2-7, please be aware that you will need to carry your camp gear back to the parking zone, you will not be able to drive on the course while race is in progress.
  • Okay to drive to unload before the event and load after the event has completed. If leaving these areas before the race is over Sunday night then you will need to carry your items back to your parked car.
  • Full-size RVs or fifth-wheel trailer RVs can be challenging to drive to the course and have very limited turnaround options. Small to medium RVs that can easily turn around is okay. Exceptions can be made for 24-hours and 100-mile participants that plan to be on-site until after the 100-mile race. Contact us for inquiries.
  • No campfires are allowed on Reedley College farm property.
  • No alcohol is allowed on Reedley College farm property.*
  • Do not leave any trash behind, respect the land, clean up after yourself, and either take trash with you or deposit it into the trash dumpster by the race festival.

REEDLEY SPONSORS

Got a business? Discover how to grow your brand through our races. We are currently accepting applications for sponsors, learn more. Thank you to our 2022 sponsors and partners at the Silver Moon Race in Reedley, CA. Their support helps to bring runners an incredible race experience.

SILVER MOON RACE @ REEDLEY

RACE WEEKEND: APRIL 8-9, 2023

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