The camping area is a large field area adjacent to the festival. They will be filling the spots up row by row. It's all pretty close.
The general camping area is just a huge field? What is the electrical hook up like? Is it like a regular RV park with full hook ups?
We have a toy box, 19" on a Ford truck. Is this considered the smaller size? If my husband and I bring that is it $100 for the two camping permits for us plus the $75 for the electrical hook up? Can we pull in Friday night and get set up for the weekend? When will be know if we can go in and out? And you mean we CAN'T have beer in our own trailer? Come on! That is ridiculous. My husband won't go for that at all. And I'd like my Captain and Coke.
Sounds like we'd be better off at a campground off site. Especially if they don't allow you to go back and forth. That is the only advantage I can see to paying an enormous price to park somewhere that is not even a campground. PUH-LEEZE!
The general camping area is a field where we have to bring in everything.
If your "rig" is 40 feet or under, buy the regular vehicle permit for it. If it is larger, get the large one.
Each person camping (over age 10) also needs a camping pass.
We will open on friday, check the onsite rv camping page for hours.
Officially, no alchohol is allowed. We had to obtain special permits to be able to offer this area and have to follow rules.
I will update our website as soon as I find out about in/out for campers.
There are some excellent offsite camping options available. I have spent many hours searching the internet compiling information to ease your searches. Please check the offsite camping page on our website.
I hope this helps answer your questions. Feel free to email/private message me.
I am coming in a large motorhome and my friend is coming in a trailer. Will we be able to park together even if we have different rv passes? Will she be able to keep her pull vehicle attached or at her site?
I purchased the rv spot, but didn't purchase tickets for each individual person that will be going. Can i buy those wrist bands at the door or do i have to buy in advance at ticketmaster.com, if i do have to buy from ticketmaster, when is the deadline to purchase?
Legally you can possess alcoholic beverages in your own motor home. No where in the rules and regulations does it say that you must give up your right to search your home (motor home). So with that, they are not allowed to search your motor home, but they can regulate what goes on just outside your motorhome, so no drinking in chairs and at picnic tables near your RV. Main thing... have fun, and drink in your motorhome and buy a little of their drinks too, I'd like to see this great event occur again.
Last edited by Ventura 100.7; 02-23-2007 at 10:41 PM.