Campfires, fire pits, fire cages or any other open flame device are not permitted anywhere on the festival site. In other words, no.
The use of any outdoor cooking appliances is not permitted anywhere on the festival site. RVs may use their factory installed interior cooking appliance.
If you plan on having your RV delivered to the site, the person whose name is on The Resort site order must be present at check-in. RV’s that show up without the original Resort site purchaser/renter will be turned away. We recommend that you meet the delivery person at a remote location (such as a Walmart) and travel to the site together. Please note that only your RV will be allowed into the tollbooth area for check-in. No additional vehicles can accompany the RV through the check-in process. Please also note that your RV will not be allowed into the check-in lot if you do not have your RV parking sticker posted according to sticker installation instructions and your required “Renter, Borrower or Owner” paperwork*. If you are working with delivery people to bring your RV onto the festival grounds, we feel that the following options are your best bet:
*A Resort spot will only be honored if the person who bought the Resort Pass is present at check-in wearing a Festival Wristband and Resort Wristband, and possesses the proper paperwork corresponding to the status of ownership of the RV:
Sorry, no. There will only be Car Camping (where tents will be allowed next to your vehicles) and RV Camping (no tents allowed).
You must buy them a Camping Companion Parking pass or they must ride in your RV or car to the festival. Those are your only options.
Yes, there will free bathrooms and showers available in separate male and female trailers (with individual privacy). Full private handicap facilities also available for patrons wearing ADA Wristbands.
Yes we have free showers for Resort Campers!
Lot 4B, 5B and 10B
Lot 8 (ADA only)
Thu 12pm-7pm + (1) 24 hour shower.
Fri-Sun 7am- 7pm + (1) 24 hour shower.
The 24 HR showers will stay open till 9:00am Monday morning
Lot 8 ADA: Fri - Sun 7am to 7pm
Yes, there will be a General Store selling various sundry items that may include: Advil, air mattresses, aloe gel, Anacin, band-aids, batteries (AA, AAA, C, D), Benadryl, bug spray, chapstick, cigarettes, Stagecoach festival merch (sweaters, tanks), condoms, disposable cameras, ear plugs, eye drops, ice bags, lighters, lotion, tent stakes, mini/small flashlights, mini deodorant, mini hand sanitizer, mini soap bars, Motrin IB, mouthwash, Neosporin, Pepto, Rolaids, sunscreen, tampons, rope, tissue packets, toothpaste/toothbrush combo pack, water, Tylenol, wet-one wipes, tents, tent stakes, etc.
Yes, there will be a food court selling various food items that may include: kabobs, salads, breakfast items, pizza, coffee drinks and smoothies, breakfast pastries, selection of burgers (meat, turkey, ahi, vegetarian), hot dogs, fries, sausages, pies, cheesesteaks, ice cream, shakes, fresh lemonade and a Mexican menu.
There will be a coffee vendor in the food area.
There will be charging stations.
All campers must be 18+ or accompanied by a parent or legal guardian*. Every camper must have a Festival Wristband and a Resort Wristband to be scanned upon entrance to the festival perimeter. Kids 10 & under are free with parent and do not require a wristband. A legal guardian is NOT a parent giving a note to an older friend or sibling. That is NOT an option. A guardianship is a legal relationship created when a person or institution is assigned by the court to take care of minor children.
The Indio Fire Department has banned the use of all portable generators for the safety of all Resort attendees.
Only generators that have been factory installed on your RV are permitted. No modification. No personal fabrications. No aftermarket installs. No generators in car camping.
Additionally, even with a factory installed generator you may be asked to shut it down due to the exhaust fumes affecting your neighbor. To avoid this, consider purchasing an RV generator exhaust diverter.
There is a gas station about 3.6 miles away, Monroe St. & Hwy 111. There is a drug store even closer, at Monroe St. & Ave. 48. There are several food places up and down Hwy 111.
It is strongly recommended to have your fresh water RV tank full and your black and grey tanks empty before arriving at Stagecoach. Potable water trucks will be roaming up and down the RV lanes with fresh water as well as pump trucks to assist with disposing of RV sewage. These pay services are NOT guaranteed and are available on a first come, first served basis. Flag one down if you need it.
Acoustic instruments only will be allowed into camping. Please be courteous of your neighbors and abide by the noise curfew. If security asks you to quiet down, please do so.
Some of the information here may be updated as the festival approaches or as situations change. It is advisable to check for updates before you head out. Some things do change at the last minute and we are unable to update this space.
Yes! Check the Parking Map posted a few days before the festival for exact location of the bike racks. Park at your own risk. Do not lock your bike against any fencing or unauthorized objects. It will be removed and considered surrendered.
Order by this Sunday to split your order into 4 equal payments* through January.
Take planning out of the Stagecoach equation by bundling festival passes with local hotel accommodations and shuttle transportation.
Reserve a furnished tent or pull up in your own RV and get ready to slip on down to your very own private camping oasis.
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