The festival campsite is a five minute walk from the main festival site.

The campsite opens 9am on Friday and must be vacated by noon on Monday.

Toilets, waste management and drinking water are provided. For all you caravanists and campervaners we also provide a chemical toilet disposal unit.

Campers have designated pitches and you can park your car next to your tent. In wet conditions we ask that you keep vehicle movement to a minimum during the festival.

Please note - only purpose-built raised charcoal barbecues are allowed on the campsite, open fires are not allowed.

Larger motorhomes and caravans may struggle to get through the gateway into the main campsite. This isn't a problem as larger vehicles will be able to camp in the adjacent field.


We want to ensure that the campsite remains safe and clean throughout the festival by reducing the impact of any rain on the campsite fields. 

If you wish to park your car by your tent then please do NOT move your car for the duration of your stay. If you wish to use your car throughout the weekend then please park it in the FREE car park opposite the campsite.

Cars are allowed on the site for unloading and then loading at the end of your stay, but please be aware of the impact cars may have the on the field and stick to dedicated roadway where possible. 

This is for the safety of you as well as to respect the working farm that give up their fields each year.  


You are welcome to have your dog on the festival campsite but it must be under strict control and on a lead at all times. And please clean up after them and used the dog waste bins provided. 

Unfortunately dogs are not permitted at any festival venues (except working guide dogs). This includes the recreation ground which has a 'no dog' rule throughout the year and we are duty bound to uphold this as part of our hire of the field.