LOCATION


WHERE IS SUM OF US FESTIVAL?

Sum of Us Festival is located at Modesto Reservoir Campground, inside Modesto Reservoir Regional Park. The main park address is 18143 Reservoir Rd. Waterford, CA 95386.

When driving to the festival location, take Highway 132 then turn north onto Dienstag Rd. in order to arrive at our main entrance.


 

Modesto Reservoir Campground has full hook up-camping (electricity, sewer hook-up, fire pit, water faucets, picnic bench, and a flat surface for a car/trailer/RV) for premium campsites and large green spaces to accommodate general admission ticket camping.

Surrounded by water, you can swim, take part in water activities, or hang out by the beach.

This setting is perfect for the middle of May, with an average temperature of 80 degrees!

Check out the photos below to see our serene venue.

Look familiar? Modesto Reservoir is also home to Dirty Bird Campout. The sister venue, Woodward Reservoir, has also been home to Symbiosis and Serenity Gathering.


HOW LONG IS THE DRIVE?

  • Oakland 1 hour 30 minutes

  • Sacramento 1 hour 45 minutes

  • San Francisco Bay Area 2 hours

  • Sacramento 2 hours

  • San Jose 2 hours 30 minutes

  • Reno 3 hours 45 minutes

  • Los Angeles 5 hours

  • Las Vegas 7 hours 20 minutes

*Please be aware that these times are not based on traffic


WHERE ARE THE CLOSEST AIRPORTS?

  • Modesto City County 28 minutes from venue

  • Merced Regional 52 minutes from venue

  • Stockton Metropolitan 59 minutes from venue

  • Fresno Yosemite International 1 hour 45 minutes from venue

  • Oakland International 1 hour 52 minutes from venue

  • Sacramento International 1 hour 57 minutes from venue

  • San Jose 2 hours 20 minutes from venue

  • San Francisco International 2 hours 30 minutes from venue


LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We would like to acknowledge that we are gathered on the Traditional, Unceded Central Sierra Miwok (me-wuk) territory, represented today by the Tuolumne Rancheria and Chicken Band Rancheria bands. We would like to acknowledge that the land and water in which we live and learn on, are very important to the custodians of this land, and would like to pay our respects to elders, both past and present.