Back to Bassix

July 21st - 23rd, 2023

Shasta-Trinity, CA

Back to Bassix 2023!!! Hard to believe that we’ve been at it for 10 years now! We’re stoked to welcome back all OG’s who’ve been with us since day one, and especially excited to welcome all the new friends we’ve met along the way. We started this crazy tradition to invite our friends and family from all walks of life to get back to the basics of good old fashioned summertime fun. Which to us means camping, sunshine, chilling by the lake, shaking the earth with stacks of subwoofers, and possibly shotgunning a beer or two.

Camping spots are limited and filled up fast. If you want to join us, please join the waitlist and we'll get back to you on availability:

Back to Bassix takes place at a large group campsite in the forests of Shasta-Trinity.

With a spacious campsite in the forest of Shasta-Trinity made for ~50 people, all are invited to Back to Bassix. The site includes several individual tables, tent areas, bear boxes, campfires, and bathrooms.

All we ask is that you please RSVP ahead of time to help us stay organized.

T-Shirts: Custom made t-shirts, hoodies, and cinch bags are available! Go to to pre-order. Merch will be available for pickup at the campground.

Stoney Group Campground

Yes, that's the actual name of the campground. Located 14 miles north of Weaverville on Hwy 3. The site is located on Stoney Creek and there is excellent swimming 👙 so bring some FLOATIES! Hiking and beautiful scenery all around. The group camp area and adjacent campsites accommodate up to 50 people.

There is a town, Weaverville, about 20 minutes from the camp spot, but would encourage you to get everything before you get in. Great for ice/booze runs mid camp weekend. 🍺 🍔🌭

This site is adjacent to Stoney Creek Swim Area, which offers a beach and picnic tables. ⛱ It has a paved parking lot with parking spaces.  A boat ramp and marina are located less than a mile away.

Popular activities in the area include power and non-motorized boating, 🚣‍♀️ fishing and water skiing. Anglers can cast for catfish, 🐟🐠 as well as a variety of bass, trout and salmon.

This is a tent camping area, ⛺️ however the parking area can accommodate 1-3 motor homes and as many cars as we need. 🚗

There is a flush restroom, drinking water, group pedestal grill, fireplaces, several tables and bear proof food lockers.🌭🇺🇸🍺

New for 2022: Refigeration! 🆒 We'll have a 2kW solar generator with us this year that will run a big ice chest on it's lowest setting. Save ice for cold drinks and keep your food fresh here. Say la vie to cooler maintence.

Getting there

From I-5 in Redding, California, take 299 west to Weaverville. Go north on State Highway 3 for 14 miles. The campground is on the left. You will see a sign that says “Stoney Group Camping”

From Weaverville, take Hwy 3 north for 13.8 miles. It is located on the left side of the highway next to Stoney swim area. 🇺🇸 If you Google it, it should come up. There isn’t strong cell phone reception when you are there so just print out or screenshot the directions ahead of time. Google Maps also have an offline maps mode, which is really nice once you get up here.

What to bring:

The joke is: just the basics. But we hardly bring the basics. Sound is covered. We'll have a camping stoves you can use. Let us know if you need a tent—we have an extra.

Get involved!

We strive each year to make sure that Back to Bassix is as epic as possible for everyone. While nothing other than your smiling face 🤗 and good vibes are required in order to attend, contribution and participation are always welcome. All forms of help are accepted and appreciated, however here are a few simple ideas you might consider: