Camping FAQ

What size tent can we bring/how much space do we get?
Tent campers, your spot is 10×15. You must stay with in the lines. Car Campers, your spot is 10×30. Don’t go outside the lines. DO NOT SLEEP IN THE FIRE LANES!!

Can I bring food/beverages/chairs & a cooler into the campground?
Yes, excluding glass bottles. Please remember that all packages, coolers and equipment will be fully searched by security personnel upon entrance. NO GLASS.

Can I sleep in a car parked in the onsite camping companion parking lot?
Nobody can sleep in any of the parking lots. Those are only for parking. Security will be on the lookout. You can only sleep at your designated campsite.

How often do the shuttles run?
The shuttles depart from the campsite approximately every 15-minutes starting at 4pm on Thursday and ending at 6pm on Sunday. On each night of the festival they typically make their last run at 2am. Go here to view the Festival Shuttle schedule and map.

Will there be a lost and found?
Yes. Near the campsite entrance.

Will there be free bathrooms?
Yes, there will be free bathrooms available.

May I drive in/out of car camping?
Once you are parked in a camping area you may not move your vehicle for the duration of the festival. This is for your safety and the safety of your neighbors. However, if you need to leave early, please let security know, so they can help direct you out safely. Your car will NOT be admitted back in to the car camping area once it drives out. Given the configuration and the limitations of our site we need everyone to cooperate with the staff and park where directed and remain there. This is the only way that we can accommodate all ticket holders on the property. Please understand that when anyone disregards the parking and camping instructions it creates havoc that will ultimately impact everyone’s comfort and safety.

How does Campsite Check-in work?
We work hard to make sure this is as stress free and easy as possible for all campers. Festival staff will guide you in and make sure you get were you need to. Just show up and we will take care of the rest.

Can we/How can we camp next to each other if we are not arriving together?
Well you won’t be able to park next to each other if you don’t drive together. However when the later party(s) arrive they can just park where the next spot is and can still walk over to your spot. Probably best to plan meeting to arrive together as much as possible for your group. For tent only camping, same deal, you need to arrive together to assure being next to each other. The larger the group you are planning to camp with, the more you will have to plan for a larger number to get there at the same time.

Will there be food booths (with what?) or a general store (with what? at the campground?)
Info coming soon.

What are the general store hours?
Info coming soon.

Will there be a place for me to buy coffee or get hot water?
Info coming soon.

Will there be electrical outlets?
Info coming soon.

Where is the closest ATM?
There is an ATM located at the campsite.

Can I bring the family to camp?
All campground attendees must be 16 years of age or older with ID or if under 16, be accompanied by parent or legal guardian. Every camper must have their own festival pass.

Can I bring my friends into camp?
As long as everyone has a festival pass, they are allowed in the campsite.

How close are the campsites to the festival site?
They are a short shuttle ride from the Festival Grounds. Shuttles depart every fifteen minutes.

Are generators allowed into the onsite camping?
Info coming soon.

Where is the nearest Gas Station and/or offsite food place?
Info coming soon.

Can we bring alcohol?
Yes, but remember, NO GLASS is allowed. If anyone in the vehicle is under 21 years of age, the organizers reserve the right to deny entry of the vehicle and/or confiscate the alcohol. Please keep these things in mind and be sensible about how much you plan to bring in.

Can I bring a small trailer attached to my car into the Car Camping area?

Can I sell items in the parking lots, camping areas or venue?
Individuals without a festival vending permit are not allowed to sell on site. Go here for the 2014 Retail Vendor Application.

I have a full size van or VW Bus. Can I still camp it in the Car Camping section?

May I have a campfire?
No. Campfires, fire pits, fire cages or any other open flame device are not permitted anywhere on the festival site.

May I use a stove to cook?
Cooking appliances that only utilize propane as the fuel source shall be permitted. No wood, charcoal, flammable/combustible liquid cooking appliances permitted. Festival staff reserve the right to prohibit use of any devices that are deemed unsafe.

We are driving up separately and camping with friends who already have a camping spot (TENT ONLY OR CAR CAMPING). Where do I park my car? Can I move my car?
There is a very limited amount of overnight Camping “companion parking” passes available for $25. Campers will only be allowed to purchase ONE additional companion parking pass (while supplies last) per camping pass purchased. This parking pass is for 1 extra car of people who are staying in your spot but need a place to park their car overnight. Companion parking will be adjacent to the campgrounds and may or may not (probably won’t) be in close proximity to your camping spot. Once these run out, there are no alternative overnight onsite parking options available. FOR REALZ.
There are no car ins/outs in the companion Camping parking lot. If you decide to drive out you will forfeit your spot and be re-directed to the day parking lots which do not allow overnight parking and you could be towed. SO DON’T LEAVE UNTIL YOU ARE LEAVING FOR GOOD.
People are expected to plan ahead and please carpool. This pass is only available for purchase when buying your Car/Tent Camping Pass. Party.

Are camping passes transferable?
Camping passes are non transferable by themselves. If you bought multiple festival passes and one camping pass, the camping pass will only be valid with the first one from your group that arrives. This is to help thwart scalping of camping passes and making camping available to actual onsite campers.

How can I get an answer to a question that isn’t listed here?
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