Campsite sizes depend on the type of campsite you choose to purchase and are as follows:
- Tent Camping: 10×10
- Car Camping: 10×30
- RV Camping: 20×40
Depending on the type of camping purchased, your campsite will be within one of our three areas of camping — Tent Camping, Car Camping and RV Camping. All Tent Camping is on Hunter Mountain, while we have on-site and off-site options for Car and RV Camping. Check out our festival map to see the location of each campground.
Depending on the type of camping purchased, the walk varies from just a few minutes to a short free shuttle ride from our off-site campgrounds. These walking times and the location of each campground are indicated on our festival map.
We have no limit on the number of people per campsite, but would recommend between 4-6 people for a comfortable stay.
No, we will provide charcoal in the grilling areas for tent camping.
Yes, we offer Accessible Campsites in Tent, Car and RV Camping. Please visit our Accessibility page for more information.
Yes! Each Tent Only campsite allows for 1 vehicle to be parked in a Tent Only off-site parking lot for the duration of the weekend. Please note, this lot is separate from the regular off-site parking lot. You will not have in/out privileges with this parking lot and you will not have access to your vehicle until you are ready to leave the festival.
Yes, there are shower facilities available both on-site and at our off-site campgrounds. Off-site showers are free, while you can purchase an Unlimited Shower Pass to use on-site. Otherwise showers on-site are $5 per use.
In order to verify you are indeed a companion of someone staying in the Mountain Top campgrounds you must arrive with them to be allowed entry into the Mountain Top Companion Car lot.
A 2:00 AM curfew will be enforced in all campgrounds. Loud music, parties and anything that disturbs neighbors or other campers will not be tolerated. We do not expect total quiet, but please respect your fellow campers. Generators in all RV campgrounds. must be shut off at 2:00 AM.
Generators are only allowed in the RV campgrounds and must be turned off by 2:00 AM each night. If you have an onboard generator, consider buying a generator exhaust kit (like this one) to route the CO2 out of your own and surrounding campsites. Generators must be separated from all sites by a minimum of 20 feet and protected from contact by fencing or other approved means.
Open flames of any kind are prohibited in all campgrounds.
Grills of any kind are prohibited in Tent Camping and Near Car Camping areas. Communal grilling areas will be available for use. In Car Camping areas, small propane grills and stoves are allowed with a grilling surface area no larger than 450 square inches (20x 22.5 or 15×30). No propane tanks will be allowed larger than 16.4 ounces. There is no restriction on the size of the propane grill or tank in RV campgrounds.
Water is available inside Hunter Mountain Lodge or if you’re in the RV areas, water trucks will be available to deliver water on Saturday for an additional charge.
Sewage pump is available for an additional charge at all RV campgrounds. Please check with the tollbooth attendant on how to get service.