Please use the front half of the seating area for blankets and low-backed chairs and the back for high-backed chairs. If you are high-backed in the front area we will likely ask you to move. There is plenty of shade and the only bad view is from behind a tree.
· No glass bottles
· No smoking in audience area
· Cell phone off or on vibrate mode
· Wrist bands prominently displayed
· Pick up trash when you leave
· No dogs except assistance animals
Catch the FREE events at Davis Creek Park and Campground:
Friday Night at Davis Creek Park (follow the signs)
Saturday Night at Davis Creek Park (follow the signs)
Jamming around the campfires
Sunday Morning at the Davis Creek Amphitheater:
Gospel Show and Sing-Along
Camping at Davis Creek
The NNBA has reserved an area in the campground
that is free for our guests.
(We do encourage a donation to the NNBA to help offset our costs.)
There are no hookups is our area.
We have limited room for big campers, so we are going to do our best to save space for those who contact us ahead of time.
Unlimited room for tent camping.
There will be signs posted to direct you to our area.
Contact Zona Hairgrove to let us know you'll be there.
Zona - 775-786-6948
About the NNBA
The Northern Nevada Bluegrass Association is dedicated to promoting and preserving bluegrass, old-time, traditional and related folk music - acoustic music from a common American heritage - in the Northern Nevada area.
The NNBA conducts a variety of activities for its members and the general public, including but not limited to: hosting informal potluck dinners to encourage musicians to play together; publishing an informational and educational newsletter; sponsoring and conducting related workshops, jams, special presentations and educational sessions; and sponsoring and conducting the Annual Bowers Mansion Bluegrass Festival.
A large number of NNBA members volunteer many hours of their time throughout the year for various fund-raising events that support other non-profit organizations, City and County Parks and Recreation Departments, retirement communities, and assisted living facilities.
For more information about the NNBA, click here.