This is the central page for all things BFJ – Big Flat Jamboree. Here, you’ll get the up-to-date rundown on the event. Schedules, forms, and more. Click here to learn about how this event came to be. Click here to see the competitions we’re offering and the categories of competition. Click here for the fee schedule/prices. Check out our event’s Facebook page, and Instagram page, hashtag #BFJ. Click here for the event poster. And our merchandise can be seen here!

Registration will be on site at the event, but…. PLEASE SIGN THE INSURANCE WAIVER ASAP WITH THIS LINK.

Directions to Big Flat

From Redding, take highway 299 to Weaverville and continue down the river about 16 miles.

From Arcata/Eureka, Take highway 299 to Willow Creek and continue upriver for 35.5 miles.

Mapclick here. Please Note! Cell service is sketchy and mostly non-existent along highway 299. Take a pic of your directions. There will be some cell service in Willow Creek and from Weaverville to Pigeon Point. Bring a Garmin if you have one.

Calendar of Events

May 17-18, 2024 – click here.

Lodging – Camping

Plan to arrive Friday, May 17 – Helpful list and links – click here.


For places to get a meal or your provisions – click here.

Entertainment schedule

Saturday Evening, May 18, 2024 – click here.

Thanks for your interest, and you can check us out on Facebook, click here.

We sincerely thank our sponsors and ask you to give them a shout-out, too! Click here to see who’s got our back.

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