Camping at The Old Settler’s Homestead
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’ll find plenty of space to set up camp.
New this year, you can purchase a General Admission festival pass with camping and parking included. Festival and camping passes are not required for anyone 12 or under as long as they are accompanied by an adult who has the required festival passes.
If you ask anyone, they will say that the camping experience is part of the magic that defines the Old Settler’s vibe — a vibrant, loving, inclusive, musical experience. It’s a place to catch up with longtime friends and make new ones. If you have an instrument, bring it and join in the many late night jams around the campfire.
Located across the road from Camp Banjo and on the southern side of the Festival Arena, Campground Headquarters is where you go for answers to your questions, purchase shower tickets and ice, and schedule RV water fill-ups and waste dump services. When the arena is closed, Lost and Found is located at Campground Headquarters.
Campground Headquarters are open from 9 AM to 9 PM, Monday (4/18/22) to Saturday (4/23/22), and from 9 AM to 5 PM on Sunday (4/24/22).
- Purchase an Electrical Permit (see Camping Add-Ons on the OSMF Ticket site) to access electricity for your tent campsite or separate structure.
- RV Pass includes an Electrical Permit. NOTE: You may need an extension cord to reach the distribution panel, and RVs may need a converter to convert a 50 amp to a 30 amp receptacle based on availability.
- Electricity is available in all 3 campgrounds (Camp Armadillo, Camp Banjo, and Camp Collings).
- 50 amp receptacles are available in Camp Armadillo.
- 30 amp receptacles are available in Camp Banjo and Camp Collings.
- 110 receptacles are available in all 3 campgrounds (Camp Armadillo, Camp Banjo, and Camp Collings).
- Daisy-chaining power supplies without an electrical permit is prohibited.
- Old Setter’s will have a limited number of extension cords and converters available for rental at the Campground Headquarters.
A multi-outlet charging station is available for phones and small electronics in the WiFi Café, next to Campground Headquarters, just across the road from the Campground Stage.
Filtered Water Stations
Filtered water is available in the campgrounds. Look for the large blue tanks.
Bringing the whole family and need a campsite where your little ones can rest? No worries, we are a family-friendly festival and have a dedicated family camping area too!
We believe that music lovers of all abilities should have the opportunity to enjoy the festival together. Accessibility comping is located in Camp Banjo. We are happy to help you get the most out of your festival experience.
Shower facilities are located next to Campground Headquarters. Shower tickets are available for purchase at Campground Headquarters for $6. We encourage the use of environmentally friendly soap and ask that you conserve water by turning off the faucets before leaving the shower stall.
Showers are available from 9 AM to 9 PM, Monday (4/18/22) to Saturday (4/23/22), and from 9 AM to 5 PM on Sunday (4/24/22).
With three campgrounds to choose from — Armadillo, Banjo, and Collings — you are certain to find the perfect place to set up your festival home. There are no defined campsites and therefore, we cannot reserve a specific campsite location. Campsites are first come, first-served and filled in organically.
When checking in at the Campground Box Office on your arrival, let the volunteer know which campground you’d like to camp in, and if you would like, another of our amazing volunteers will help you find a campsite.
The first campground on your right as you enter The Old Settler’s Homestead, Camp Armadillo, is directly across the road from Day Parking. Tent camping is located in the interior of the campground. RV parking, regardless of size, is along the perimeter and along the mulch roads. You may park your vehicle at your campsite or in the Camp Armadillo parking lot directly across the road.
The second campground on your right as you enter The Old Settler’s Homestead, Camp Banjo, is directly across the road from the Festival Arena where Friday and Saturday performances are held. Camp Banjo is also the site of the Campground Stage where Thursday night and Sunday performances are held.
Tent camping is located in the interior of the campground. Large RVs (longer than 18 feet) park on the perimeter of the campground and along the mulch roads. Small RVs (18 feet and under) or other camping vehicles, park in the interior of the campground. Vehicle parking (included with your General Admission + Camping pass) is available in Meadow Lot Parking across the road from Camp Collings. If you want to park a vehicle at your campsite, you must purchase and display a Banjo Campsite Parking Permit. A very limited number of Banjo Campsite Parking Permits are available. To purchase, see Camping Add-Ons on the OSMF Ticket site.
The third campground on your right as you enter The Old Settler’s Homestead, Camp Collings, is directly across the road from the Meadow Lot Parking.
Tent camping is located in the interior of the campground. Large RVs (longer than 18 feet) park on the perimeter of the campground and along the mulch roads. Small RVs (18 feet and under) or other camping vehicles, park in the interior of the campground. Vehicle parking (included with your General Admission + Camping pass) is available in Meadow Lot Parking across the road. If you want to park a vehicle at your campsite, you must purchase and display a Collings Campsite Parking Permit. A very limited number of Collings Campsite Parking Permits are available. To purchase, see Camping Add-Ons on the OSMF Ticket site.
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.
See Camping Add-Ons on the OSMF Ticket site to purchase any of these additional OSMF camping passes or permits.
We welcome early campers for up to four days in advance of the start of the festival on Thursday. If you choose to come early, you will need to purchase an Early Access pass for each early camping day per person. For Early Access, you can only enter the property during Early Access Box Office hours: Sunday 4/17/22, 12pm – 8pm, and Monday 4/18/22 through Wednesday 4/20/22, 2pm – 8pm. For Early Access, you must also have a 4-Day General Admission + Camping or a Gold/Platinum VIP pass. No one else will be allowed on the property.
Campsites are first-come, first-serve. Roping off or reserving spots is prohibited.
Last Sunday Camping
Need one more day? Yes, campers can stay overnight on Sunday, 4/24/22, by purchasing a Camping after the Festival pass to stay until 12:00 noon on Monday, 4/25/22.
To access power for your tent campsite or separate structure, you will need to purchase an Electrical Permit. Daisy-chaining power supplies without an electrical permit is prohibited. An RV Pass includes an Electrical Permit.
Primary campground parking is located in Meadow Lot Parking across from Camp Collings. Camping passes include parking permits for the Meadow Lot or Armadillo campground (for those camping in Armadillo campground). To maintain a vibrant and safe camping experience, reduce traffic, and keep space open for campsites, a very limited number of campsite parking permits are available for purchase if you wish to park a vehicle at your campsite. See Camping Add-Ons on the OSMF Ticket site to purchase a Campsite Parking Permit for parking an additional vehicle in Camp Banjo or Camp Collings.
Parking permits must be displayed in your vehicle at all times. If you do not purchase a Banjo or Collings Campsite Parking Permit, you will need to move your vehicle to Meadow Lot Parking after unloading your camping gear.
See RVs & Trailers for details about RV camping at Old Settler’s.
Other Campgrounds in the Area
While we have ample camping on the property, there are some alternatives in the area: