Camping is available for both the Friday and Saturday nights, so why not make a weekend out of it? It might be some-what wild but it is located right next to the main festival ground and is pretty stunning (if we do say so ourselves). Pitches are on relatively flat ground (by Dorset standards anyway) and have access to portable toilets and clean running water. Providing you arrive on time you are also able to have your car next to your pitch.
However, if camping is not for you there are also local options available for accommodation.
so you want to stay?
Tickets for camping are only available online.
We are particularly proud of the fantastic setting of our camping, but there are a few important notes. The festival is on a working farm so please remove all of your own rubbish and ensure no-one wonders beyond the marked areas.
Accessing the site
Friday: the campsite will open at 2 pm and vehicles will not be admitted after 7 pm
Saturday: no vehicles will be permitted through the festival venue to/from the campsite between 11 am on Saturday morning and 6 pm so please ensure you arrive before 11 am. Any vehicles outside of these times will have to park in the top field.
Toilets, handwashing and a standpipe with drinking water are all available. There is no electricity, we advise that you bring torches and portable power packs to charge devices.
Fires and Cooking
You are welcome to use gas/ portable stoves but please keep them at least one metre from your tent and vehicle. Sadly, open fires and BBQ's are not permitted.
On your arrival, please note the location of the fire point and the clacker to raise the alarm.
But not in a field...
other places to stay
If wild camping just isn't for you then here are a few relatively local alternatives...
2.3 miles from the festival
A traditional 250-year-old pub nestled in the heart of the beautiful Dorset Downs in the rural village of Ansty.
8.5 miles from the festival
A beautiful old pub that deserves its place in the Dorset Dining Pub of the Year Good Pub Guide 2017
8.6 miles from the festival
17th Century pub, renowned for its B&B, restaurant and riverside garden.