Dream Camp Sacramento

Brought to you by The FAM and C3.

FAM + C3


Dream Camp Mountain Biking is taking place May 11-13, 2022 in Sacramento, California.

Wednesday, May 11th

Arrive before noon and set up bikes.

12:00 p.m. Lunch at the house.

2:00 p.m. Afternoon ride. Plan for 2 hours of riding (ripping or straight back’n, just smile).

4:30 p.m. Clean up, grab a beer and hang out.

6:00 p.m. Dinner at the main home.

10:30 p.m. Bedtime.

Thursday, May 12th

8 a.m. Breakfast and Bedding. We’ll discuss mattress business trends, the state of the industry, changes we’d like to see, and the future of sleep products.

9:30 a.m. Prep gear and get ready.

10 a.m. Morning ride. Plan for 3.5 – 4 hours of pure party pace fun. We’ll pack snacks and eat on the trail.

2:30 p.m.  Back at the house to eat, relax, regroup, clean up, and hangout. 

4:00 p.m. Bring Your Key event followed by cocktail hour.

6:30 p.m. Dinner at Farmhaus.

10:30 p.m. Bedtime.

Friday, May 13th

Morning ride for those with later departure times.

11 a.m. Depart from Dream Camp and dream about next time.

Your Costs & Fees

$10/day trail fee.

Airfare and transportation to and from Dream Camp.

Dinner at the restaurant.

Dream Camp Sac House

Travel & Accommodations


Home base will be a 2.5 acre property located walking distance to Folsom Lake. Click here to view the property

Base Camp Address:

9575 Horseshoe Bar Rd.

Loomis CA


Fly into the Sacramento International Airport.

Airport Transportation

You can rent a car or take an Uber. We'll be sharing flight details and helping campers coordinate transportation.

Bike Transportation

We'll have trucks and a van to shuttle riders to and from the trailheads.

How much does Dream Camp Cost?

Free To You

For those accepted to Dream Camp, lodging is provided at no cost to you, thanks to C3.

Dinner, lunch, and a house full of snacks, drinks, wine, beer, and spirits are also complimentary, thanks to our sponsors and partners. If it sounds like a dream, it is.

You'll Cover

Airfare and travel to and from Dream Camp. Don’t forget your bike. 

Bike rentals. Let us know if you’re renting and we’ll provide a list of shops and available models. 

Trail Fees. If there are trail fees, you'll need to cover those.

Outside hotel and lodging. If you decide to stay at a hotel or another home, you’ll need to cover that cost.

Dream Camp Rules

Dream Camp Rules

  1. You are not allowed to get your own drink. 

  2. Come prepared with miles on your legs.

  3. No phones during meals or planned events. Be present.  

  4. Bring a burning bedding question you’d like to explore.

  5. Participate 100% and remember that people connect with your vulnerabilities, not your victories.

  6. No whining. 

  7. If you break the rules you owe 10 push ups. 

  8. What happens at Dream Camp stays at Dream Camp, except the friendships and big ideas.


Who is behind Dream Camp?

Dream Camp is being brought to you by The FAM and C3. Normally the team at C3 is engineering, designing, and manufacturing the most advanced mattress machinery in the world. Come to find out, they’re also passionate about mountain biking. They contacted The FAM about creating a new way to gather our industry and together they created Dream Camp.

Is this a one-time event?

This is the first of many. Dream Camps are being planned around a variety of activities. We’ll unveil more Dream Camps as they become available. Subscribe to the newsletter at fam.news to get the latest updates.

Why are there rules?

Show up to Dream Camp and you’ll understand why we created rules. It takes years to understand certain etiquette, but a set of temporary rules allows everyone to come to Dream Camp and operate from the same playbook. This allows us to connect on a deeper level and walk away having had the best possible experience.

What am I going to get out of Dream Camp?

You get what you give. We understand why you might ask this question. You’re taking time away from your families and work. We believe Dream Camp will reinvigorate your sense of purpose in the sleep industry, deepen your connections so you can more easily solve problems and tackle opportunities. Oh, and you’re going to have fun. Remember, this is your life. As far as we know, you only get one. You deserve to have lots of fun with amazing people.

Meet Your Hosts

Mark DesJardin with C3 and Mark Kinsley with Englander will be your friendly guides during Dream Camp. Both are avid cyclists, but believe the best thing about the sport is spending time with people. Feel free to email or call anytime:

Mark Kinsley

(417) 291-0909


Mark DesJardin

(920) 810-3701


Brought to you by The FAM and C3.

FAM + C3

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