Not from around here? Want to soak up as much festival time as possible? There are many options for staying at or around Old Settler’s.


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!

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Tent Rental



No time to set up a tent? Don’t have a tent?

Skip the setup and tear down with beautiful pre-pitched accommodations. 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.

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*Price EXCLUDES Festival tickets. You must each buy a GA four day admission pass and a Camping Add on Ticket.

RVs & Trailers

All RVs and trailers, regardless of size, must have a campground permit.  There are permits for RVs and trailers over 18′ and under 18′. The permit comes with one electrical permit and one parking pass in the Meadow Lot for your tow vehicle.  If you chose to stay in Camp Armadillo, you can park in the campground as space permits or in the small lot across the street.  Those who want to camp in Camp Banjo or Camp Collings can park their tow vehicle in the Meadow lot which is a short walk away.  If you need to have your car with you in Camp Banjo or Camp Collings, we have a limited number of parking passes available for sale.  We are really trying to keep excess cars out of the campgrounds, so that we have a “campground” and not a “parking lot.”  There will be volunteers helping to place RVs and trailers — there are interior spots in Camp Banjo and when they are full, we will place trailers on the perimeter.  Camp Collings RV/trailer parking is on the perimeter.

For those of you who want your water hookups guaranteed, we have listed some nearby campgrounds that can accommodate you until our site is completely built out. We appreciate your patience as we take the time to plan our space the right way, with room to breathe and spread out.


Not a camper? We’ve rounded up some lodging options for you. Check out our list of Hotels,  B&Bs, Inns and Airbnbs for you to choose from.

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