RV sites require an RV/Trailer/Motorhome.
No tents allowed in RV sites.
Eight (8) Resort Wristbands will be issued per RV site.
Limit of eight (8) Stagecoach attendees per RV site. (Kids 10 and under are not counted towards the limit.)
All RVs, trailers and other such vehicles must be classified as a “vehicle made for sleeping” to enter an RV site.
Person whose name is on the original order must be present when checking in and have the proper paperwork:
RV OWNER: Proof of registration, valid ID, wearing a Resort Wristband and Festival Wristband.
RV RENTER: Rental company service agreement. Renter on the agreement must be present with valid ID, wearing a Resort Wristband and Festival Wristband.
RV BORROWER: Permission letter from the registered owner. Copy of registered owner’s registration and valid ID. RV space purchaser must be named on permission slip and be present at check-in with valid ID, wearing a Resort Wristband and Festival Wristband.
Each 50-amp or 30-amp RVs must have 50-75 feet of electrical cord to reach the power source. Check the length that comes with your RV and extend the cord accordingly.
If an RV user overloads the 30-amp or 50-amp power source and “pops” the breaker, festival staff will reset the breaker one time and give the RV owner with a warning. If the breaker pops a second time, the RV triggering the issue will be disconnected from the power grid for the remainder of the festival without a refund.
If you are unsure about your RV’s power, check the plug:
2020 RV site purchasers will receive priority to purchase a 2021 site.
Vehicles used for towing your sleeping vehicle (5th wheel or travel trailer) are not allowed to park in your RV site. You must unhook and park in the free Tow Vehicle Parking lot (No additional fee/No ins & outs).
If your RV is towing a non-motorized vehicle or trailer that does NOT fit in your assigned RV spot, you must unhook and park the towed item in Camping Companion Parking. The Camping Companion Parking pass must be purchased in advance.
Absolutely no motorized vehicles towed behind your RV are allowed in camping. You must unhook and park the towed vehicle in Camping Companion Parking. The Camping Companion Parking pass must be purchased in advance.
Resort RV decal MUST be visibly placed on sleeping vehicle. Tow vehicle will be issued a separate Tow Vehicle Parking decal upon check-in.
RVs with a factory installed generator may be asked to shut it down due to exhaust fumes affecting your neighbor. To avoid this, consider purchasing an RV generator exhaust diverter