How to camp, what to bring, what you need and what you don’t need. Can you bring your dog? No, you can’t. Can you build a huge fire and dance around it naked? Fire bad, naked fine.
No, due to health and safety we can not permit the use of any personal drones during the festival. We have a licenced drone operator using a drone throughout the whole weekend.
Do you even have to ask? Sorry, no campfires allowed. Anywhere. Ever.
The festival is located on the grounds of Scorrier House, spanning over level ground with some small hills down to the festival site. There is a mixture of hard gravel tracks and short firm grass land getting to and from the main arena and campsite. The camping field and main arena is located on short grass field with designated tracks to get around but be prepared this could change becoming difficult in poor weather, the condition of the ground is weather dependent. Please be aware there can be sections that may not have any solid pathways. There are disabled toilets situated throughout the festival grounds.
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We are afraid not unless of course, you have a guide dog. Dogs or any other animal are not permitted to be left in vehicles, campervans, motorhomes, caravans or tents.
Camping includes Friday, Saturday and Sunday night, we ask that everyone vacates the camping areas by midday on Monday. You can set up camp from 10am on Friday morning. Please note, this is a very popular arrival time and there can be long queues to access the site, we would recommend arriving later if possible.
Campervan, motorhome and caravan awnings are accepted but must fit within the allocated pitch of 8x4m for a motorhome/caravan. You must ensure you purchase the correct ticket type that includes an awning. Tents are NOT permitted in any of these areas for safety. The festival is a very short walk from the parking and camping area, approximately a three-minute walk.
Camping vehicles, please bring plenty of your own water. The water and showers are supplied in the main campsite which is approximately a five-minute walk from the campervan area. There are no electric hookups on site, and generators are not permitted.
There is a brand new family camping area, separate from the main camping area, with a car park close by. Tents are restricted to the camping area only and are not allowed next to vehicles in the car park or campervan / motorhome or caravan area. The camping field is near the car park so it is not far to walk with your tent/belongings. People do tend to favour the use of wheelbarrows / pull along trolleys to aid with the movement of camping gear.
To stay on-site overnight on any given night, weekend camping tickets must be purchased for each person staying. It is not possible to purchase camping tickets on a per-night basis.
Toilets, showers and fresh water are all available within the main campsites, and there are further fresh water drinking points within the main festival site.
Any vehicle being slept in overnight will also need a valid campervan or motorhome pitch (depending on the size of vehicle), which can be purchased online or at the box office. Ticket are cheaper if bought online in advance.
Trailer tents are treated the same as caravans and will require a caravan pitch ticket per trailer tent as well as weekend camping tickets per person sleeping overnight in the trailer tents.
You are more than welcome to bring a selection of food and drinks into the camping areas to enjoy throughout the weekend. Food and drinks are not to be brought into the main festival arena, bag searches do happen at the security points and any items found will be confiscated and disposed of. We have a huge selection of food and drinks within the main festival site to choose from, with dietary requirements covered by most.
Bringing alcohol into the festival area is strictly prohibited, however, a small amount for personal consumption is allowed within the campsite. Up to one crate of beer or one bottle of spirits, or two bottles of wine per person per weekend camping ticket. Sadly, glass is not allowed anywhere in the festival site, so please decant into alternative carriers.
Our security team will be checking for glass containers and will confiscate any alcohol that is deemed to be more than for personal consumption.
Fresh drinking water points are located in the main camping areas, remember to stay hydrated!
There will be a vigilant security team operating within the festival, searching bags, checking vehicles and monitoring the site with CCTV. There is zero tolerance for antisocial behaviour and the use of any illegal substances. If you see or hear anything, please let the nearest security person know about it. No glass is allowed on site, anywhere and will be confiscated if found. Knives, including Swiss Army type knives are not allowed in the festival site. A robust fencing and security entrance system will be in operation.
To stay on-site overnight on any given night, weekend camping tickets must be purchased for each person staying.
Any vehicle being slept in overnight will also need a valid campervan or motorhome pitch (depending on the size of vehicle), which must have been purchased on this website.
All occupants of the vehicle must also have weekend camping tickets. Camping tickets are for the whole weekend. Camping tickets are not available on a per night basis for day ticket holders.
If you wish to purchase weekend camping tickets and have already purchased weekend tickets, you can simply purchase the camping upgrade ticket from our ticket page here. You can also upgrade your weekend tickets at the box office, but they are cheaper to buy in advance from our website.