Hello Campers and Fest-goers!
We are thrilled to have you on board for our sixth annual Mighty High Mountain Fest!! This year’s fest promises to be a grade-A good time, as expected, with an extraordinary musical lineup …plus new food, art and apparel vendors, the return of Spun Out Fire Productions, our face-paintingly fun Kid’s Tent, A.M. yoga classes, and much, much more!! Please read below for more general information on camping and the like.
Any questions or concerns related to camping and/or vending at the fest can be directed to our Camping & Vending Coordinator Hillary. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camping Info, Rules & Etiquette
All campers are required to purchase a weekend pass to camp. There are no single night camping tickets available.
Camping gates open on Friday May 17 at 2 pm. You will not be permitted to setup camp onsite prior to this time, so please do not arrive on Thursday May 16 expecting to camp.
Our parking staff will help get you situated when you arrive and will guide you to your camping area. Each campsite will have enough room to set up a standard size tent plus a small area for bug tent, lawn chairs, etc… we ask you to be reasonable and considerate with the size and quantity of your gear; please don’t bring more than is needed. NO more then 3 tents to a site.
Upon arrival, you will be directed through ticketing and the vehicle search, then into the camping area. We cannot guarantee all cars that caravan together will be parked together, but we will do our best to make that happen for you. Give our ticketing/parking crew a heads up about which other cars you’re with when you arrive.
Port-a-Johns and hand-washing stations will be available in the general camping area.
Please bring flashlights!!! The walk from the stage area to the general camping area is about a quarter mile long and through a wooded path that is dark at night. We will have some lighting set up along the path, but even so it does get dark so your best bet is to be prepared and bring a flashlight.
Please bring WATER!!! Camping 101: If you are planning to camp, it is a necessity to bring drinking water for your campsite. There will be bottled water for sale throughout the festival, but again your best bet is to come prepared with your own drinking water and let the bottled water for sale be a backup should you need it. The days have been known to get pretty toasty on the mountain in late May and there is limited shade both on the mountain and in the campground. Please be responsible and stay hydrated.
Shuttle service will be available to bring campers to and from the stage area on Friday and Saturday.
Everyone is welcome and encouraged to bring acoustic instruments, but absolutely no amplified music is allowed in the camping area.
For everyone’s safety, open fires will not be permitted.
Please clean up your campsite THOROUGHLY when you leave the fest. Be conscious of where you ditch your cigarette butts, in other words, NOT on the ground!
General Rules & Etiquette
NO GLASS CONTAINERS ANYWHERE. PLEASE BRING CANS OR PLASTIC CONTAINERS. ANY GLASS BOTTLES IN THE PARK WILL BE CONFISCATED. Also, pre-purchased beer/ liquor AND coolers will not be allowed in the stage areas, as beer and liquor will be available for purchase here. Please leave whatever beer and liquor you bring with you at your campsite.
NO ILLEGAL SUBSTANCES PERMITTED IN THE PARK!
NO firearms or fireworks allowed in the park.
DRIVING IS RESTRICTED TO ENTERING OR LEAVING THE PARK. Re-entry will be permitted, as long as each passenger in the vehicle is properly wristbanded. Be aware that you will not be able to park your vehicle back at your campsite upon re-entry. Any vehicle that is re-entering will be directed to another nearby lot. This is for the safety of campers and their belongings.
NO DOGS OR PETS.
ONLY REGISTERED AND LICENSED VENDORS WILL BE PERMITTED TO SELL ANYTHING AT THE FEST. If you are interested in being a vendor, please contact email@example.com for an application and more information.
FINALLY, please be respectful of each other, the staff, the venue, and the local community during your stay at The Mighty High Mountain Fest. Embody the spirit of The Golden Rule and be kind to others, and your environment.