The camping experience is a huge part of the magic that defines the Old Settler’s vibe — vibrant, loving and inclusive. It’s a place to catch up with longtime friends and make new ones. Bring your instrument and join in the many late night jams around the campfire.
Choosing Your Campsite:
Our forever home features three campgrounds — Armadillo, Banjo, and Collings. Together these campgrounds offer more than 29 acres of beautifully manicured, tree-covered campsite options. Whatever your camping preference — tents to RVs, teepees to yurts, buses to boats — you are certain to find the perfect place to set up your festival home.
All campgrounds support tent and vehicle camping and have electrical outlets available for purchase by permit. Campsites and electrical outlets are first come, first served and our volunteers are available to help point you in the right direction.
- Port-a-potties, handwashing stations and potable drinking water dispensers are available in all campgrounds.
- RV water fill and waste dump services can be purchased through Campground Headquarters. There are no RV water or waste hookups in the campgrounds.
What to expect at each campground:
Prefer to get away from it all? There are beautiful, primitive camping spaces in the wooded areas along the perimeter of the meadows and in a clearing near the back of the property. If you can find room you are welcome to camp next to your car. No electricity.
We believe that music lovers of all abilities should have the opportunity to enjoy the festival together and our staff is dedicated to making sure the camp and festival grounds are accessible to all. ADA accessible campsite is located in Camp Banjo. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org before the festival if you have specific questions regarding accessibility.
Campground Good Vibes Guide
Be considerate of your neighbors
The Old Settler’s campgrounds are famous for hosting pickin’ circles with intimate acoustic performances from amazing musicians. Walk around, meet new people, discover the unique vibe of the campgrounds, and enjoy the spirit of Old Settler’s.
Out of respect for the artists and your neighbors, amplified music is not allowed in the campgrounds. Quiet hours — no loud singing, playing or partying — are 2:00 am to 8:00 am. Please, no drums in the campgrounds.
Leave your campsite looking at least as good as it did when you arrived
Leave no trace is our motto. Our volunteers work hard to prepare the Old Settler’s Homestead for the festival. Please help us keep the site in good condition and use the trash and recycling bins available throughout the campgrounds. Leave your campsite in its original condition – or even cleaner than you found it.
Old Settler’s Music Festival, Inc. is not responsible for lost or stolen items
For any lost items, please visit the Lost and Found at Campground HQ.