Planning Your Trip

Making The Most of the RMC

Whether You're Coming for a Day or for the whole RMC, below are our tips for ensuring your trip is as safe and easy as possible


The Radical Mycology Convergence will be held at Brown Bottle Farm in Mulino, Oregon.

Brown Bottle Farm is located just a short drive away from Portland and Salem, making your trip to the RMC a breeze. Below are the best options for arriving, though be sure to buy your ticket in advance as tickets will not be sold on site.


Brown Bottle Farm is a 20–40 minute drive from central Portland, depending on traffic. The farm address is easy to locate on Google maps and GPS service is accessible during the entire drive for most cel phone plans.

All cars planning to park at the RMC will need to purchase a Parking Pass in advance of their arrival as none will be sold on site. All Full Pass registrants will receive access to a free online rideshare board to help coordinate carpooling.


The Portland International Airport (PDX) is approximately 30 miles north of Mulino and is the best option for most people traveling by plane. From there you can rent a car or use Uber or Lyft to find a driver to take you to the RMC.


Portland is a stop for several Amtrak and Greyhound lines. Both stations are located in downtown Portland where you can rent a car, or hire an Uber or Lyft driver to get you to the RMC.


Mulino is a fairly straight shot down highway 213 from the city of Clackamas. Some areas of the road are not well marked for bicyclists, while other areas have limited shoulder space. Safety-conscious daytime riders are likely to have limited hassle, though caution is advised.



Space for tent camping is provided with all full, volunteer, and vendor passes for the nights of October 6, 7, and 8 (Thursday–Sunday morning). The camping area is in a multi-acre field that offers ample room for space between tents, with shaded areas being limited. Attendees wishing to stay and help with the RMC clean-up on Monday, October 10, can also camp on-site on October 9 for free.

Tent camping is not included with day passes.


A limited number of car camping spaces are available on site for an additional fee of $50 for vehicles not exceeding 8 feet in width and 20 feet in length, and $100 for vehicles over 9 feet in width and up to 32 feet in length.

Car camping passes must be purchased when you register for the RMC and will not be available for purchase on-site. Please plan accordingly.


For those wishing to stay off-site, The Stagecoach Inn in Molalla is approximately 15 minutes away from the RMC, and private accommodations are available for rent on There are no suggested public camping areas close to Brown Bottle Farm.


For this RMC, we will be hosting several food vendors, who will be offering a variety of vegetarian and omnivore dishes (as well as morning coffee!):

There will also be designated cooking areas for campers (please bring your own propane cook stove!).

Health & Safety at the RMC

As you prepare to join the Convergence this fall, please review our policies for ensuring the safest experience for all who attend

Drug, Alcohol, Fire, Firearms, and Fireworks Policy

The Radical Mycology Convergence is a drug-, personal fire-, firearm-, and firework-free event. Alcohol drinking by people 21 years of age and older is allowed, but we ask that people drink responsibly and to keep the drinking family friendly and appropriate. Anyone deemed by RMC staff to be overly intoxicated, in possession of firearms or fireworks, or at risk of impacting the success of the RMC due to substance use may be asked to leave the RMC without a refund.

Safer Space Statement

To create a healthy environment for learning and building a welcoming community at the RMC, behavior that demeans, marginalizes, or threatens people because of personal characteristics that harm no one (e.g. age, gender, ethnicity, religion, mental health status, race, culture, sexual orientation, general appearance, income level, living situation, experience in social or mycological work, or being a parent or a child) will not be tolerated at the Convergence. Anyone deemed by RMC staff to be intentionally breaking this code of respectful conduct may be asked to leave the RMC without a refund.

Things to Bring

Strongly suggested

  • Layers of clothing. Be prepared for all weather, including rain and chilly nights and mornings
  • Closed-toe, warm, and comfortable footwear
  • Headlamp or flashlight
  • Notebook and pens/pencils
  • Self-care items, such as toiletries, medicines, sun protection, and whatever else you need to be healthy and comfortable.
  • Water bottle
  • Plate, cup, and utensils. Food servers will be able to use your clean dishes (dish washing stations will be available).
  • Your favorite snacks
  • Food or sufficient money for food carts

Mycoculture Creation


  • Mushroom hunting gear (knife, basket, hand lens, etc.)
  • Hiking stick
  • Work gloves (for mycelial installations)
  • Camp chair or pillow

If you are camping on site

  • Tent
  • Sleeping bag
  • Sleeping pad
  • Pillow

Please DO NOT bring

  • Glass bottles or glass containers
  • Generators of any kind
  • Illegal drugs of any kind
  • Weapons
  • Fireworks, fire tools, or fire lanterns
  • Pets (email to if you need to bring a registered service animal)

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