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Year-Round Cabins

We now have a total of 15 heated winterized cabins at Camp Oski. Each unit sleeps up to six guests, and has a private bathroom with shower.

These cabins have limited openings during winter weekends. See the schedule and reserve below.

Winter at the Lair!

Less than 3 hours from the Bay Area, Pinecrest is closer and less crowded than most other Northern California winter destinations.

We have openings in the following weekends, and meals are included. Rates are all-inclusive for up to 6 people in a cabin.

- Friday, December 1 - Sunday, December 3, 2023 (2 nights: $825/cabin)
- New Year's Weekend: Friday, December 29, 2023 - Monday, January 1, 2024 (3 nights: $1,350/cabin)
- MLK Weekend: Friday, January 12 - Monday, January 15, 2024 (3 nights: $1,350/cabin)
- Friday, February 9 - Sunday, February 11, 2024 (2 nights: $1,050/cabin)
- President's Day Weekend:  Friday, February 16 - Monday, February 19, 2024 (3 nights: $1,350/cabin)
- Alex Filippenko Star Party Weekend: Friday, March 22 - Sunday, March 24, 2024 (2 nights: $1,450/cabin). More details below!

To learn more or book, send us an email at or leave us a voicemail at 510.900.8255.

About the Year-Round Cabins

Meals and amenities for winter stays
Cabins are heated and each has its own private bathroom with shower, microwave, Keurig coffeemaker, and mini-fridge.

Winter cabin stays include bedding (sheets, pillows, blankets), bathroom towels, and linens. Meals are included too, starting with dinner on the day of your arrival and ending with breakfast on the day of your departure.

NOTE: summer stays do not include linens or bedding, so bring your own!

Year round cabins at Camp Oski in the winter covered in snow

Star Party Weekend, March 22-24, 2024

This is the perfect weekend for astronomy fans. Alex and his family will be joining us for a weekend to learn and enjoy our bright nighttime skies together. On Saturday night, Alex will lead a ‘Star Party’ with his high powered telescope on the Gold Softball Field, where we’ll hope for clear skies to see the Milky Way and beyond.

Alex is one of the world’s most highly cited astronomers, and an elected member of the National Academy of Sciences. He’s not only an extremely popular UC Professor, but also our most popular guest speaker during family camp each summer. He makes a hobby of observing total solar eclipses and this Oski weekend is just a few weeks ahead of the next solar eclipse, so learn more about eclipses this weekend too.

headshot of Alex Filippenko

Map of Camp Oski in winter

E and F numbered cabins are configured with five units together in a circular formation and a fire pit in the middle. G numbered cabins are set in a row with beautiful forest views along with a fire pit at the end of the row. We provide firewood and s’mores fixings for cozy, warm evening fun.

Each cabin sleeps up to six guests, and includes a queen bed, bunk bed (two twin beds), and two single beds in the loft which are best for kids ages 8 and up. Units E1, F1, G1, and G2 are ADA-compliant.

Lair - Oski winter map
interior of year round cabin Steps to loft with 2 twin mattresses in year-round cabin
interior of year round cabin with bunk beds Interior of year-round cabin
queen bed and ladder in year round cabin Queen bed in year-round cabin
twin bed in loft of year round cabin Twin bed in loft, best to sleep kids 8 and up.
Inside of an ADA-compliant shower in the year round cabin. ADA compliant shower. Photo by Angela Lang
Camp Oski sign covered in snow Welcome to Camp Oski!

Things to Do in Pinecrest During Winter

Spend your day enjoying outdoor activities for all ages. When the sun sets, the Camp Gold Lodge is the place to eat dinner, hang out, and play games including ping pong and cornhole. Later, head back to your cabin circle and roast marshmallows for yummy s’mores!

Ski and snowboard at Dodge Ridge Ski Resort.

Family-friendly Dodge Ridge Ski Resort is just two miles from your cabin. Dodge Ridges offers excellent skiing, ski lessons, and other fun events and activities all year long!

Take the kids tubing at Leland Snowplay.

With a 4,000 sq. foot day use lodge, Leland Snowplay is the largest dedicated snow tubing and snow park facility on the west coast. The park’s snow-making capabilities ensure a beautiful field of white daily.

Play right here at the Lair!

Ready to play? Look no further. Bring your own sleds and toboggans and enjoy the hills and snow in camp! To reserve, please email us at and specify your weekend.

smiling child sledding in inner tube Lair activities provide wintertime fun for kids of all ages.
adult and two children roasting smores over campfire In the evening, roast s'mores under the stars — we'll provide all the fixings.
Two kids sledding Take a ride on a sled around camp!
two adults and child in snow clothes on ski lift
Pinecrest Lake in the winter Pinecrest Lake in the winter
two kids slide in innertube on snow Go inner-tubing or sledding right here in camp or at nearby Leland Snowplay.
A child in snow throwing it up in the air Join us for a winter wonder-Lair!

Questions or want more information?

  • Give us a call!

    510.900.8255 — leave us a voicemail and we'll respond promptly.

  • Questions? Happy to help!

    Call 510.900.8255 or email us.

  • Ready to reserve?

    Email us to make a reservation this winter!

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