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Unfortunately, wcciJAM is unable to offer housing to our festival participants. Below are some resources those coming from out of town may find useful.


  • You can also post your request on the SFBACI_COMM yahoo email group. If you are not on the list you can sign up here. This list is just for non-CI related communication by the CI community; if you want to get info about other local jams and classes you can join SFBACI email-list here.

  • Camping: The jam takes place in an urban area and there is no place to camp in Berkeley. However, if you are willing to commute by car, there's a lovely campground in the redwoods at Anthony Chabot Regional Park in the Oakland hills. Chabot campground has bathrooms with hot showers, picnic tables and a lake for swimming. Sites are $22 per night and can sleep up to 8 people. There are also group sites available. Reservations can be made here.

    • Some of the other gorgeous camping grounds in the Bay Area are Kirby Cove in Sausalito and China Camp Beach in San Rafael.

  • Couch Surfing is a great resource for finding places to stay and meeting interesting people.

  • Air BnB is a good resource for finding bed and breakfasts and other unique housing options.

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