Yep! Shuttles will operate to and from the campgrounds continuously from 1:00 PM – 1:30 AM on Thursday-Saturday and 1:00 PM – 11:30 PM on Sunday. Festi-Cab will also be operating on-site for $5 per seat, and can be contacted at 918-381-5592 to arrange rides.
We have no limit on the number of people per campsite, but would recommend between 4-6 people for a comfortable stay.
Depending on the type of camping purchased, the walk varies from just a few minutes to twenty minutes. These walking times and the location of each campground are indicated on our festival map. There is also a free shuttle bus route that runs in between the different campgrounds and the main festival grounds as shown on the map.
Depending on the type of camping and specific campsite number purchased, your campsite will be within one of our three campgrounds. Check out our festival map to see the location of each campground.
Campsite sizes depend on the type of campsite you choose to purchase and are as follows:
- Standard Campsite – 20’X 30′
- Standard Quiet Campsite – 20’X 30′
- Standard Long Campsite – 20’X40′
- Standard Electrical Campsite – 20’X 30′
- Premier Campsite – 20’X40′
- VIP Campsite – 20’X40′
Within each campsite, you can park one steering mechanism and one sleeping unit; a drive-able RV counts as both. If you need to park additional vehicles (motorcycles included), you’ll want to purchase a Campground Overflow Parking Pass.
We have a very limited number of 50-amp electrical campsites available in our standard camping section close to the campgrounds. You will need to purchase an electrical site if you would like electricity. Otherwise, we recommend bringing a generator.
We do offer accessible camping in Row(s) G and H in the quiet camping section of the Standard Campground. If you need assistance ordering tickets for the accessible area, please call us at 855-821-9210.
Personal port-o-potties are available to rent and will be delivered to your campsite upon arrival. Based on availability, these can be purchased on our ticketing site as an “add on” to your campsite. Upon arrival, please call our porta potty company to have them deliver your personal unit to your site. Note that deliveries can take between 1-2 hours during busy time. We recommend bringing a lock to keep others out of your personal unit.
Showers are available for all campers for free at the front of the Quiet Campgrounds and in the back of Standard Camping by row TTT.
Due to enforcement of Quiet Camping hours being an issue in the past, we have removed this option from this year’s event. Please respect your fellow campers.
Yes generators are allowed in the campgrounds, but they must be turned off during quiet hours. If you have an onboard generator, consider buying a generator exhaust kit (like this one) to route the CO2 out of your own and surrounding campsites. Generators must be separated from all tents by a minimum of twenty (20) feet and protected from contact by fencing or other approved means.
Unfortunately for safety reasons, no campfires or open flames are allowed. If you plan to bringing a grill, it must be Electric or Gas fueled and sit at least 12 inches above the ground or any vegetation. No solid fuel grills (i.e. charcoal, wood, etc.) are allowed.
If you plan to bringing a grill, it must be Electric or Gas fueled and sit at least 12 inches above the ground or any vegetation. No solid fuel grills (i.e. charcoal, wood, etc.) are allowed.
There will be a water truck assigned to each area within the campgrounds. Once you are ready to have your RV or pool filled, you can flag them down to fill.
United Site Services can be flagged down on-site to pump your RV’s septic tank or if you are having a Port-a-Potty delivered to your campsite.