UC Berkeley's Cal Alumni affiliation operates travel excursions for alumni
and their families under its "Cal Discoveries Travel" brand previously BearTreks, many of the tour guides are Berkeley professors. CAA also operates the oldest and biggest alumni association run family camp in the world, the Lair of the Golden Bear. Located at an altitude of 5600 feet in Pinecrest, California, the Lair is a home away from home for nearly 10,000 campers annually. Its attendees are mainly Cal alumni and their families, but the Lair is open to everyone.
Berkeley Lab operates own hotel, the Berkeley Lab Guest House, available to persons with business at the Lab itself or UC Berkeley.
UCLA Housing & Hospitality Services operates two on campus hotels, the 61-room Guest House and the 254-room Meyer & Renee Luskin Conference Center, and a lavish off campus conference center at Lake Arrowhead with a mix of chalet like condominiums, lodge rooms, and stand alone cottages. throughout the summer, the Lake Arrowhead conference center hosts the Bruin Woods vacation programs for UCLA alumni and their families.
individually, UCLA Health operates the 100-room Tiverton House just south of the UCLA campus to serve its patients and their families.
UC Santa Cruz leased the University Inn and Conference Center in downtown Santa Cruz from 2001 to 2011 for use as off campus student housing.
The UC system's Education Abroad program operates two mini campuses that support UC students, faculty, and alumni overseas: California House in London and La Casa de la Universidad de California in Mexico City. UC Center Sacramento supports students interning with the California state government. None of these buildings have on site housing, but there's also a UC Washington Center in Washington, D.C. With a dormitory for students interning with the federal government.