Tent camping space is included with all 2, 3, or 4-day admission tickets. Upgrade to a yurt or cabin, or purchase an RV parking space if desired. Commuters are also welcome!
Log Cabins and Cabin Rooms -Â All cabins have living rooms with woodburning fireplaces, free firewood, two communal bathrooms per cabin with showers, private parking, electricity, and heat. Dormitory style.Â Bring your own linens and towels. Note: Cabins are priced exactly at our cost, no markup. Â Kinnikinnick Cabin has a shared kitchen, and a bedroom with an en suite private restroom. View our Campground Map to see the location of each cabin.
You can rent an entire cabin for 16 people (1 available), a room for 2-4 people in a shared cabin with shared restrooms, or a single bed in a shared cabin room.
All beds are twin beds or twin size bunkbeds.
Yurts are quite large cabin-like structures with solid floors and low sides with a high peak canvas top and skylight. All yurts are close to the bathhouse and have electricity. Bring your own sleeping bag and linens to go on the bunkbeds. Hang your own tapestries for privacy if desired.
Rent an entire yurt (sleeps 12): $360. ($10 per bed x 12 beds x 3 nights.)(2Â available, only offered through 1/15, cannot Â guarantee availability after that time. Must purchase minimum 10 admission tickets at the same time as yurt purchase. Minimum 10Â registered guests per yurt, max 12.
One bed in a shared yurt: $10 per bed per person x 3 nights. ThreeÂ yurts to choose from, one yurt is ADA accessible and one is female-only.
Must purchase an RV space if over 12′ long. Under 12′ may be considered car camping. 18 spaces available.Â $25 per vehicle
All RV parking spaces are level spots on gravel or pavement. Located near cabins, some distance away from tent camping. No hookups. Come with your own water and solar or other electrical if needed. Generators may be used from 2-5pm only unless they are “silent” generators.
Tent camping is included for all 2,3, and 4 day admission passes. Day passes do not include an overnight stay.Â For tent camping, trailer/camper 12′ or under, or car camping: Park in tent camping areas no more than 5 feet away from the road.Â Tent camping areas are found all around the Maypole Circle, a loop-like road found in the main festival area around the large open meadow where the maypole dance is held.Â
The Wild Woods is the tent camping area behind Inglis Concert Hall and Merchant’s Row. It is the only designated area for ages 18+ only. No minors are allowed in this area and it is clothing optional after dark.
All tent camping areas have quiet hours from 10pm-8am. If you’d like to drum and dance and celebrate loudly, please join us at The Wild Hall! We’ll be celebrating there with trance drumming and dancing until the wee hours.
If you are commuting, please keep your wristband on or be prepared to show ID each time you enter. You will be able to enter and exit as desired.
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