Our forever home features rolling hills and wooded areas with space available for both tents and RVs or Trailers. Catch up with friends, make new ones — and definitely bring your instruments for some late night jams around the campfires.
Bringing the whole family? No worries — we have a dedicated family camping area, too!
Includes a four-day festival wristband, Thur.-Sun camping, three stages plus the late night Camp ShhhTimes, workshops AND backstage privileges on Friday and Saturday in the arena where you’ll be served dinner on Friday and lunch & dinner on Saturday, get free beverages and snacks, and have access to an air-conditioned port-a-potty. You’ll also have an exclusive viewing area, a festival poster, t-shirt, keepsake credentials, and a few surprises. New this year: Platinum Concierge Crew. They’ll help you settle in when you arrive, provide special assistance when needed, offer rides around the campground, and can show you where the late night jams are.
Four-Day Camping Pass
Three nights of camping (Thur, Fri and Sat), and enjoy 4 days of performances (Thur, Fri, Sat and Sun)
Three-Day Camping Pass
Two nights of camping (Fri and Sat), and enjoy 3 days of performances (Fri, Sat and Sun)
* Single Night Camping Passes are not available
One of the beautiful things about our new space is just that – space! You spoke, and we listened. We have room to spread out some, and offer more camping options than ever before.
Want to camp in the trees? No problem, we have wooded camping with a nearby lot for your car.
Prefer to camp next to your car? We’ve got that option, too, in our meadow car camping area.
Need family camping so your little ones can get some rest? We now have a designated area just for you.
Old Settlers believes that music lovers of all abilities should have the opportunity to enjoy the festival together. Our new space allows us to offer designated ADA camping, and we are happy to help you get the most out of your festival experience.
Do you have a large group of pickers and fans needing to camp together with space for RVs, tents, and room to jam? We can accommodate you too with a custom package to fit your needs. Let us know what you need and we will do our best to make it happen. Contact: email@example.com.
We welcome early campers, but if you do choose to come early, there will be a per night fee beginning Sunday, April 7th through Wednesday, April 10th. Campsites are first-come, first-serve. Roping off or reserving spots is highly discouraged. You must arrive between the hours listed below. If you do not come during these times, there will be no way to access the property. Please plan to arrive during these hours. You must have a camping ticket to attend early. No one else will be allowed on the property.
Early Bird Box Office Hours
Sunday, April 7th: 2 pm– 8 pm
Monday, April 8th: 2 pm – 8 pm
Tuesday, April 9th: 2 pm – 8 pm
Wednesday, April 10th: 2 pm – 10 pm
RVs and trailers over 18′ will be charged an additional $100 over the cost of camping tickets. RV’s and trailers 18′ and under will be charged an additional $65 over the cost of camping tickets. The charge covers one electrical permit. You will need to purchase a campground parking pass for your tow vehicle. Power will be supplied by large, quiet generators. If you are pulling power directly or indirectly from those generators, you must have an electrical permit. Electrical will be primarily 30 amp services. There are a few 50 amp services. RV water fill-ups and dump-outs are available for a fee.
All vehicles in the campground – whether parked at a campsite or in the campground parking lot will be charged a weekend parking fee. If you choose to park in the campground parking lot, the cost is $30. It is a short walk to Camp Collings and Camp Banjo. You may park near your campsite in Camp Armadillo for $30. If you need to park near your campsite in Camp Banjo, the cost is $75. There is no car parking in Camp Collings.
Showers are available in large, air-conditioned shower trucks. They will cost a nominal fee.