On-site festival camping at Tweed River Music Festival is available with a camping ticket ONLY.
A map of the various campsites on the festival grounds is available. Space is plentiful and camping is on a first-come basis; no reservations required. Trailers and campers can be accommodated but no hookups are available. There will be no camping near the stage this year. Please respect the Artists designated area. Do not trespass unless you are accompanied by an artist themselves.
All camping areas are a short walk (about five minutes) to stage and vendors. Cars will be parked in a separate area as to make room for camp sites. Some of the parking areas allow campers to come and go but not all. Be sure and check with the Campgrounds crew.
Port-O-Lets will be made available in order to accommodate all campers. Most campers bring some food, especially drinks and snacks, and buy the rest from our associated vendors.
Tent space is flexible. As long as you are not cordoning off acres of space for private frisbee fields or saving large spaces for campers who have not yet arrived you can usually take as much space as you need to make the camp you planned. There are no rules on exact dimensions per campsite. Just be considerate and use common sense. Ask the campgrounds crew if you are not sure.
You will need some camping gear; a sleeping bag, a ground cover which can simply be a plastic dropcloth, a tent, the small domes are great for one or two people and easy to put up plus some warm and some cool clothing. This is central Vermont where days can be warm to hot but it often becomes quite chilly once the sun goes down. Plan to do layers for best efficiency.
Don’t forget flashlights, bug and sun protection, sunglasses, hat, plus a blanket, mat or chair to sit on. If you forget these things, not to worry. Your neighbors are very likely to share whatever they have with you, this is after all a true community. The campgrounds crew are always happy to help.
Earlybird camping opens Friday morning at 10 am for ticketholders with prepaid camping tickets. Don’t forget, to enter the campgrounds AT ANY TIME you must have a camping wrist band.
MOST IMPORTANTLY, please remember that there are NO OPEN FIRES. There will be a designated “campfire” that will invite a host of musicians after the days events are done. A stove that is not directly on the ground is fine. Please, please, please do not leave anything behind when you leave.
- Quieter camping in effect from midnight – 8AM. Located in designated areas of campgrounds, watch for signs.
- Bring water back to your campsite for washing.
- Please respect the property – Do Not Trespass.
- Many areas are slippery when wet. Use caution! Avoid unnecessary driving on wet road. Watch for Campgrounds Crew directing traffic.
- Please wear footwear at all times.
- Secure tents and tarps. Windy conditions can arise.
- Please leave the farm as you found it. Use trash containers and recycle bins.
- No Dogs allowed. Sorry, they tend to run in packs and create a nuisance to the crowd and for little ones.
- Motorcycles, ATVs,or any electric or gas powered vehicles are not allowed in the camping area. If you travel by motorcycle, your bike will be treated the same as if it were a car.
- Respect your neighbor. Respect the people working the event and most of all respect the Earth.
Thank you very much for your kindness to the environment and to your fellow campers here at our three day community.