Camping is free for all those who have bought Weekend Festival Tickets. Please note you can’t buy a ticket without camping, unless it’s a SUNDAY ticket. Please also note that camping means pitching a tent in our tent fields, it does not cover bringing a caravan or campervan; for this you will need a caravan / campervan pass.
Family camping fields:
Get your bearings with the new layout. We’ve listened to your feedback so you’ll find the Family Camping field next to the car park. Expect a 10ish minute between them (depending on where you park and pitch). Then it will be another 10-15ish minute walk to get into the festival. Please respect that everyone needs their beauty sleep and keep the noise down after dark. Either way, bringing earplugs is a good idea.
Beyond the Burner campsite (BTB):
You’re closer to the action if you camp here. But you have a longer walk from the car park (expect at 20ish minute walk in), so bring a trolley or wheelbarrow. Beyond the Burner is for you and your mates who want a bit more flexibility around noise levels.
NEW DROP OFF POINT! You will find this at Purple Gate on Walley Lane. And if you come in this way you have a shorter route to the Beyond The Burner Campsite.
If you have a trailer tent, then you need a campervan pass as NO vehicles are allowed in the campsites.
If you’ve booked some glamping, then you’re in a new area. It’s flatter for a start. And with lovely views. You’ll also have your own car park – enter from Walley Lane using the Pink Gate.
Parking is £20 (plus booking fee), you can buy your parking pass online when you purchase your festival ticket. We’d recommend you do this BEFORE the festival as it’s more expensive on site. You can do this on the ticket page.
Caravans, campervans and motorhomes
If you’re in campervan, motorhome or towing a caravan and you want to camp with your friends who are also in caravans, motorhomes or camper vans – you’ll need to arrive together (as in literally one in front of the other) and ask the lovely stewards to park you next to each other.
On arrival, you’ll be signposted down the Bristol Water Works road. From there, the field you’ll be directed towards will depend on the size of your vehicle and when you arrive.
If you’re early (ie Thurs and Fri day time), have a large campervan/motorhome/caravan and are with others you want to park next to (who are right behind or infront of you), you’ll be in the field near RED gate. This is on a first come first served basis.
If you arrive later and the initial field is full, or you have a smallish vehicle or don’t need to park with others, you’ll be signposted to the field near PINK gate.
Sizing: We can allow caravans, campervans and motorhomes to be up to 8m long and 5m wide. This must include an awning, small tent for children or a car. Unfortunately, we can’t accommodate longer vehicles, but if you need extra width, please buy an additional pitch. Each pitch is £75.
You are allowed one small tent or awning next to your campervan. This is for children to sleep in. But you can’t erect a tent for adults amongst the campervans as it’s deemed an increased fire risk.
Please note: Animals are not allowed onsite, please do not bring animals in your campervan. And you cannot park a campervan in our parking field during the festival.
You’ll be able to lock up your bikes which will be by the drop off point on Walley Lane (Purple Gate). This will be by a 24hour manned security point.