Plan Your Trip

Wanderlust Squaw Valley takes place in the Sierra Mountains of North Lake Tahoe, home of the world-famous ski resort, Squaw Valley. The site of the 1960 Winter Olympics, Squaw Valley boasts a cable car, an Olympic-sized pool at 6,200 ft., spas, restaurants, hiking, horseback riding, and more. Summers are dry and mild, with cool mornings typically giving way to day temperatures in the 70s or 80s.

Check-In Hours at The Compass:

Wednesday | 4:00PM–9:00PM
Thursday | 7:00AM–8:30PM
Friday | 7:00AM–6:00PM
Saturday | 7:00AM–6:00PM
Sunday | 7:00AM–3:30PM

Getting Here

Wanderlust Squaw Valley
 1960 Squaw Valley Road, Olympic Valley, CA 96146


Fly to Squaw Valley

Official Festival Shuttle

Directions by Car

Directions by Train

Directions by Air

Local Shuttles

Download the Wanderlust app for iPhone or Android for important event details, maps, your schedule, ticketing information, and more.

Download the Festival Map

Remember, free Wi-Fi is available in specific spots throughout Squaw Valley, but cell service may be limited.


Wanderlust partners with some of the finest properties in Squaw Valley to offer attendees premium lodging options at special rates.

The Village at Squaw Valley

Call for a reservation at 888.767.1907

The Village at Squaw Valley features a wide variety of lodging options throughout the Village, ranging from standard hotel rooms to three-bedroom suites, each offered at an affordable rate. There are 2, 3, and 4-night stays available.

Squaw Valley Lodge

Enjoy a true mountainside location just steps from dining and festival activities, yoga and music sites. The Lodge offers spacious and well-appointed condominiums that blend the comforts of home with the finest of hotel amenities and services. Unwind in our complimentary swimming pool, health club with sauna, steam room, complete exercise facility, and three indoor and three outdoor spas.

PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn

Tucked at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in North Lake Tahoe California, just steps away from the legendary ski lifts of Squaw Valley, PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn was built as the home for the 1960 Winter Olympic delegation. Comfortable and casually elegant, our Lake Tahoe mountain escape offers an intimate resort experience, complete with fine dining and an attentive staff that’s dedicated to making your stay everything you dreamed of. PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn, near Lake Tahoe’s north shore, offers more than just a getaway, but a true experience.

Red Wolf Lodge

Nestled at the foot of the mountain near the Alpine Village, Red Wolf Lodge at Squaw Valley is the perfect home base for all your Wanderlust adventures. In the morning, enjoy breakfast in the comfort of your condo appointed with a full kitchen. In the evening, relax in one of three outdoor spas, or give your body a little TLC in the dry sauna before falling asleep in your cozy bed. Their friendly staff is here to welcome you.


Resort at Squaw Creek

The Resort at Squaw Creek within 3 miles of the Village offers luxurious accommodations with grand picture windows that reveal sweeping views of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, ancient ponderosa forests, and lush meadowlands.

To complement the spectacular outdoor environment, each room and suite presents muted tones and rich textures, which create an inviting ambiance that helps you feel at home in the heart of the Sierra.


Camping at High Camp is available. Purchase your spot below!

  Buy Camping

Please note: there has been a change in the parking policy. Cars and SUVs that are parked overnight for High Camp campers are not affected, however, overnight parking for RV vehicles and car campers is permitted on Squaw Valley or Alpine Meadow property for a fee ($50 per night). Please see: Getting Around & Parking on the Squaw Valley website for more information. For suggested RV and car-camper sites, see below!


Please note: Overnight parking for RVs, and vehicular-sleeping accommodations like vans, and trailers is permitted on Squaw Valley or Alpine Meadow property for a fee ($50).

Local RV Parking Options:

Coachland RV Park (starting at $60 per night)

Silver Creek Campgrounds ($16-$30 per night)

Goose Meadow Campgrounds ($22 per night)

William Kent Campground ($30-$78 per night)

Tahoe State Recreation Area ($35 per night)

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