Campsite

 

The festival campsite is a five minute walk from the main festival site and is strictly limited to Weekend ticket holders only. Camping is an option when you purchase your weekend tickets. (Not available with Ceilidh only tickets)

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

This year the campsite will be of a reduced size and with basic facilities. There will be waste management, fresh water points and individual portaloos, one of which will have disabled access.

We've managed to get an Elsan disposal point, so camper and caravan toilets can be emptied here, not in the porta loos please.

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.

NEWS - We've listened to people's concerns about the gateway entrance to the campsite field being a bit tricky for larger caravans and campervans. We've now had the entrance lowered and widened with a concrete pad so there should no longer be any access problems onto the field.

DOGS

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.