Here are a few things that we hope will help all of our campers plan for a great weekend:
Many of the campsites are tucked away in wooded, riverside plots that are wonderful for Autumn camping vibes…but not so great for vehicle access. In order to maximize the use of the land and the camping experience for our guests, only cars with a pre-purchased “car camping” pass will be permitted in the general camping area. 2019 CAR CAMPING PASSES ARE SOLD OUT.
For our TENT-ONLY CAMPERS: please note that the main festival entrance is located directly across the street from the vehicle parking lot – not a far walk, but we’re asking folks to bear in mind that you might be walking a bit with your gear. (The furthest sites are approximately few hundred yards from the main gate.) We recommend packing as light as possible, and being prepared to possibly make multiple trips from the check-in / load-in gate (or from your car) to your campsite. We have systems in place to help minimize your haul and help you get settled in your campsite with very little hassle!
You WILL be allowed to access your car as needed throughout the weekend with your festival wristband.
Tent-only sites are first come, first serve, so we can’t guarantee availability in any specific area, but after checking in at the front gate, you’re more than welcome to walk around and explore the available options before setting up your camp. Below are a few up-front details about the general tent-camping areas.
We have a few different areas set aside for car camping. Our front gate team will direct you into your spot when you arrive. If you are planning to camp near other friends who have car camping passes, please plan to arrive together …. we can’t guarantee that we will be able to hold specific spots.
Car camping spots allow room for one vehicle and one tent.
Camping is included with all WEEKEND PASSES.
Individual bonfires are permitted only if contained in grills or above-ground, metal firepits. We encourage everyone to join us at our community bonfires each night!
While the venue is spacious, we will need to limit the footprint of each campsite in order to make room for everybody! Each pair of campers should plan for an approximately 10×15-foot plot. If you are planning to bring a canopy, it may need to partially cover your tent (or you may need to buddy up with another pair of campers and share two plots).
All of the camping zones have limited capacity and we recommend arriving as early as you can for increased chances of getting to camp in your top choice zone! We’re excited to open the campgrounds on THURSDAY again this year, and recommend arriving early to have your pick of spots and help us kick off the weekend! Fortunately, ALL of the zones are beautiful, and no matter where you end up, chances are you’ll be surrounded by wonderful new friends. We can’t wait to share the space with you.
We encourage you to study the camping options in advance so you can arrive at the festival with a good idea of where you might like to end up – you are welcome to change your mind once you arrive, depending on availability, but arriving with an idea of where you hope to end up will help cut back on confusion, traffic and other on-site delays… and will ultimately help you get set up & ready to rock and roll a bit quicker upon arrival!