Poetry Housing

Let us arrange your housing

The Community of Writers rents condominiums at the Village in Squaw Valley and a few houses in the valley and in Alpine Meadows for participants to live in during the week of the conference. If, when you are accepted, you would like us to arrange your accommodations, you may choose to stay in shared houses or in The Village at Squaw Valley (first come, first served.) To help us place you in an appropriate condo or house, indicate if you have any special needs, concerns or physical requirements. There may be men and women in the same unit. Most of the houses this year some require a drive, so please indicate whether you will have a car with you in the valley. There will be free multiple roundtrip shuttles from Squaw Valley to the Venue in Alpine Meadows each day and evening. Every unit will have a kitchen and will be supplied with linens. You may check in after you register and receive your housing assignment on registration day.

Room types and availability are limited and are reserved on a first-request basis.
Prices may change slightly without notice.

OPTION 1:
Shared Condos in The Village at Squaw Valley
These condos are located in The Village at Squaw Valley. 3-4 participants share a condo. Participants may choose the room type they prefer. These condos are are very convenient to cafés and stores. Music and other activities are planned by the Village such as BluesDays Tuesdays and an Art Festival, which could attract tourists.  There will be free multiple roundtrip shuttles from Squaw Valley to the venue in Alpine Meadows each day and evening.

Bedroom Type# in RoomBathroom TypeRate (7 Nights)
Master Bedroom1Private, “en suite” bathroom$1025
Private Basic Bedroom
1Private, assigned bathroom but not all are"en suite"$910
Shared Twin Bedroom2Shared assigned bathroom with roommate$535

OPTION 2:
Shared Houses

Our houses, located in Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows are a less expensive and a more social option for our participants. 4-8 participants share a house. Participants may choose the room type they prefer. Houses are usually a 12 minute drive to the venue in Alpine Meadows and a 10-20 minute walk away (or short drive) from the Village at Squaw Valley. There will be free multiple roundtrip shuttles from designated stops near houses to the venue in Alpine Meadows each day and evening. In addition, we always make sure there are participants with cars in each house to help those without obtain rides as needed. For those rooms which share a bathroom, we will make every effort to have share bathrooms with the same gender.

Bedroom Type# in RoomBathroom TypeRate (7 Nights)
Master Bedroom
(Very limited, reserve early.)
1Private bathroom, not "ensuite. $950
Private Basic Bedroom
1Shared bathroom.$790
Shared Twin Bedroom2Shared bathroom.$490
Shared Bunkroom3 in bunk-bedsShared bathroom.$325

OPTION 3:
Private Condo

These condos are located in The Village at Squaw Valley. A participant would be a private condo. These condos are newer very convenient to cafés and stores. Music and other activities are planned by the Village such as BluesDays Tuesdays and an Art Festival, which could attract tourists.  There will be free multiple roundtrip shuttles from Squaw Valley to the venue in Alpine Meadows each day and evening.

Bedroom Type# in RoomBathroom TypeRate (7 Nights)
Private Condo1Private Suite$1466

Arrange Your Own Housing

If you want to arrange your own housing, call (800) 731-8021 or gotahoenorth.com. However we highly also recommend the Squaw Valley Lodge: (530) 583-5500.  and The Olympic Village Inn. Make sure they know you are with the Community of Writers when you inquire about rates.

Camping

We do not recommend camping unless you have a camper. Those who camp will also need a car, as the campground location is not within walking distance of the workshops. For camping, call this reservation number: (877) 444-6777. This telephone number is for a reservation operation called Parknet/ReserveUSA, which handles reservations for the three main campgrounds nearest Squaw Valley. Granite Flats, Goose Meadows and Silver Creek sites are all on Highway 89 South of Truckee along the Truckee River. They’re good sites: safe and beautiful, and all within 15 -20 minutes’ easy drive to Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley. If you choose to stay in a campground, a camper with bathing facilities will be necessary; camping and participating in the conference are too challenging without one.

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