Festival Camping Information

Festival Camping Information

  • Campsites are first-come, first-serve. You cannot reserve a specific site. Please note that festival camping is more of a social experience than a wilderness experience. Expect camping to be clustered close together. A campground host is on duty to help you find an available campsite and to answer any camping questions. Please respect your neighbor.
  • Camping passes are sold per person and per vehicle - not per site.
  • You must purchase a vehicle or RV pass to park your vehicle in the campground.
  • If you do not purchase a vehicle or RV pass you will be allowed a short grace period (30 minutes) to drive in and drop off your camping gear in the campground. You will then be guided by our staff to park your vehicle or RV to the best available parking area off-site.
  • Camping passes are valid for four nights, Thursday through Sunday of the festival. The campground opens to campground pass holders at 8AM on Thursday. Campground pass holders must load out by 11:00AM on Monday. You may camp in the campground before Thursday, but will need pay the town's campground fee.
  • The campground is open 24 hours a day. You may arrive and set up camp 24 hours a day.
  • Single day camping passes are not available. You may camp one day - however, the cost is still the price of four days. Sorry!
  • Children 11 and under are free. Children must be accompanied by adult supervision.
  • Only Festival Passholders may purchase Camping Passes. In other words, you cannot camp in the campground unless you are attending the festival. You must have both a camping pass and festival pass to enter the campground during the festival.
  • Restroom and shower facilities are available in the campground (flushing toilets and all). Cold showers are free - there is a charge for hot showers, so bring lots of quarters.
There are 3 areas for camping to choose from with your general camping pass:
  • Warner Field, which is the baseball field on the right as you enter the park. No trees.
  • The Town Park campground itself, and this is where you have to camp if you have a vehicle pass
  • Zone one which is the wooded area behind the campground, no vehicles. 
Camping is communal in all areas, there are no designated campsites. You are welcome to put your tent up wherever you want. It does get a bit crowded so be prepared to be close to your neighbours! 

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