The camping area opens at 2pm on Friday 26th May and closes at 10:00am on Monday 29th May 2017. The main arena opens at 2pm on Friday.
The campsite is located within the Festival site and adjacent to the Festival Arena. Toilets are provided.
Live in vehicles - ie Campervans, Motorhomes and Caravans are accommodated in a separate field to tents. The average pitch size is 8m x 5m. Awnings are fine if they can be accommodated within this pitch size. New for 2017 - you must display a vehicle pass clearly which will be issued at the box office.
You will need to exchange your e-tickets for your wristbands on arrival – please print out your e-ticket, which will have been emailed, and bring it with you or have the bar codes available for scanning from your mobile device.
On arrival, please park in the main car park - live in vehicles also use this entrance. Sorry, vehicles cannot be taken on the camping area.
Only Camping wristband holders may enter the campsite and camping must be booked in advance.
Please note that in inclement weather (it does happen) arrangements may change – follow guidelines by stewards on arrival.
If you are being dropped off by someone who is not attending the Festival, enter by the box office on foot.
Open fires and ground BBQs are NOT allowed anywhere in the campsite. Heat from BBQs damages the grass below meaning it is unable to grow back. Camping stoves and raised BBQs are allowed but please make sure any cooking equipment is raised off the ground and in good working order.
The campsite is divided into 3 separate areas; an area for campervans, caravans and motorhomes and three general camping areas adjacent to the main arena. There is a separate area for Glamping and a designated quieter, family camping field.
Do not leave valuables, wallets or money in your tent, and look after your possessions over night. This is a family community so please get to know and watch out for your neighbours. Although Security will be on site at all times please do not bring non-essential valuables with you. Items are left at owners risk.
Dogs are welcome to the Festival but must be kept on a lead at all times and looked after responsibly. Any 'deposits' must be bagged and disposed of correctly. Dog bins are located near to the entrances to the park.
Sorry, no amplified music or drums on the campsite and please consider your neighbours at all times.
As with the rest of the Festival site, any anti-social behavior, excessive drunkenness, drug abuse may lead to removal from the site and Police involvement.
Campers are permitted to bring their own food and drink (inc. alcohol) into the campsite only. Glass is not permitted anywhere within the Festival arena, if you are bringing glass into the campsite please make sure it is disposed of sensibly in the bins provided or taken home. This is a country park used by animals, children and wildlife. Please respect the environment.
The first aid and welfare tent is staffed 24 hours, and campers should go there for information or help outside normal festival hours.
Toilets and water points are provided. Please make sure you use bins provided or take your rubbish with you and check for tent pegs before you leave.
Elsan tanks are provided for live in vehicle users, located within the live in vehicle area.
Please respect the wildlife that you may encounter on site and also our human neighbours!