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!
Need more festival information? Check out our FAQs here:
ADD ON: Camping (Thurs-Sun)
Every individual in the campground must have a General Admission Festival Wristband plus a Camping Pass. The two exceptions are Platinum and Gold ticket buyers. Those packages include camping. The General Admission wristband is good for shows on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The Camping Pass is good for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights.
* Single Night Camping Passes are not available
Old Settler’s beautiful campground offers several options – wooded areas and rolling meadows. You’ll need a General Admission Wristband and a camping pass to enjoy all that the campground has to offer. Children 12 and under do not need a camping pass as long as they are accompanied by a paid adult.
Camp Armadillo is the first campsite on the right after you enter the property. It is a wooded area that can accommodate all sizes of RV’s alongside tent campers. All RV’s must have a Camp Armadillo parking pass (which comes with the RV Pass). You may park next to or near your campsite. You must have the proper credentials for all RVs or trailers and parking.
Camp Banjo is a wooded area located directly across the arena where Friday and Saturday performances are held. It is also the site of the Campground Stage. RV’s over 18′ park on the perimeter of the campgrounds. RV’s and trailers 18′ and under, those camping in their cars, and teardrop trailers will be allowed inside Camp Banjo. There is a separate fee for all RV’s and trailers. Your RV or trailer pass comes with one Meadow Parking Lot or Camp Armadillo pass. After your trailer is parked, you can unhitch and park your tow vehicle in the Meadow Parking Lot. If you prefer to have your car in Camp Banjo, you’ll need to purchase a special Camp Banjo parking permit.
Camp Collings is the wooded lot right across from the Meadow Parking Lot. All RV’s and trailers, regardless of size, can park on the perimeter. All cars should be moved to the Meadow Lot. There is no parking for any vehicles within Camp Collings.
Prefer to get away from it all? Primitive camping is allowed next to the trees on the perimeter of the meadow.
Need family camping so your little ones can get some rest? There will be a designated area just for you.
Old Settler’s believes that music lovers of all abilities should have the opportunity to enjoy the festival together. Accessibility camping is located in Camp Banjo and we are happy to help you get the most out of your festival experience.
We welcome early campers, but if you do choose to come early, it will cost an additional $50 per tent or trailer regardless of whether you show up on Sunday, April 7th or Wednesday, April 10th. Campsites are first-come, first-serve. Roping off or reserving spots is prohibited. See the schedule for Early Access Box Office Hours. These are the only times during which early arrivals will be admitted. You must have both a GA Festival Pass and a Camping Pass to attend early. No one else will be allowed on the property.
Early Access 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
Don’t have a tent? Skip the setup and tear down with beautiful pre-pitched accommodations. In partnership with local pop-hotel WhereInn, Old Settler’s attendees now have the option to book affordable, limited quantity, fully furnished camping and glamping bell tents for a fun and hassle-free experience.
RVs and trailers over 18′ will be charged an additional $125 over the cost of camping tickets. RV’s and trailers 18′ and under will be charged an additional $60 over the cost of camping tickets. A campground parking pass for either meadow parking or in Camp Armadillo comes with your RV. If you want to park in Camp Banjo, you’ll need to pay an additional $75 for a Camp Banjo parking permit. 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. Electrical permits are $50. 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 Meadow 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.
Have a question? Need ice? Campground Headquarters is open. Hours will be posted. You can also purchase shower tickets and rv fillups and dumpouts here.