Welcome To Beautiful Oakland Feather River Camp!

Enriching Lives Through Community In Nature

News from Camps in Common, operators of Oakland Feather River Camp


Registration for the 2019 Family Camp Season is now open! Click here for dates, rates and registration information.

Dates and updated registration information for Youth Camp 2019 will be announced before January 1st. Check back soon!

Registration for Memorial Day Volunteer Work Weekend 2019 and 2019 Labor Day Weekend Family Camp opens in 2019.


Many thanks to all who have made a contribution to Camps in Common in 2017 and earlier. We invite you to renew your support during our 2018 Year End Campaign! Remember a donation to Camps in Common not only allows us to always say YES to those needing financial assistance to come to camp, helps keep our well-loved facilities operating and strengthens our Camp community, it’s also tax deductible (Tax ID # 43-1993846)!

There are many easy ways to make a contribution to Oakland Feather River Camp.

  1. Send a check made out to Camps in Common (NOT Oakland Feather River Camp):

Camps in Common

PO Box 11061

Oakland, CA  94611

  1. Click the big blue button below to donate via PayPal.
  1. Call the camp office at 510-336-2267 and charge your credit card over the phone.

We need you. Make a donation to make a difference.

Camps in Common is a Non-Profit that relies on the support of its community members. Do your part today!

All Donations are Tax Deductible

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We are Camps in Common (CIC), the operators of Oakland Feather River Camp, which has been a vacation destination for families, children and adults seeking relaxation, recreation, fun and friendship since 1924!

CIC is a non-profit corporation, founded in 2003 with the mission to promote and celebrate connections between nature, family and community at Oakland Feather River Camp in the Plumas National Forest. We create unique opportunities to advance environmental awareness, cultural diversity, and youth empowerment. We are committed to benefiting the residents of Oakland and the surrounding Bay Area through programs, partnerships, and providing opportunities for growth and development. Camps In Common is committed to building community and promoting respect for both human diversity and natural habitat.