Stay and Parking

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Where to stay

We provide onsite camping facilities for tents, motorhomes, campervans and small caravans. Toilets and stand pipes are provided.

Electrical Hook Up is available for Live In Vehicles only and must be booked in advance via the ticket page. Hook up is not available in tent camping areas.

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Camping areas

The campsite is divided into separate areas; an area for campervans, caravans and motorhomes and four general camping areas. Two camping areas are adjacent to the main arena, one adjacent to the 2nd arena and one is located adjacent to the car park. There is a separate area for Glamping on the riverfront field.

If you have special requirements please email the office with your needs and we will try to accommodate them if at all possible.

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. Lockers are available to hire on site.
There are a limited number of showers on site in the main camping area (extra charge applies) – purchase your tokens from the Box Office (open 11am – 9pm Friday, Saturday & Sunday) or online via the ticketing system (booking fee applies). Showers are available from 4pm to 9pm Friday; 8am – 9pm on Saturday and Sunday. Please note these times may vary depending on availability.
Disabled camping
Disabled Camping is located near to the car park (new location). Please note that vehicles may not be taken into the camping areas.
Campsite restrictions

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. Please consider whether the festival is the right environment for your dog!

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. Food and drink may not be taken into the arena. This is a country park used by animals, children and wildlife. Please respect the environment and please recycle where possible.

We’ve asked our caterers not to bring single use plastics – please avoid bringing single use plastic cutlery, straws and other throwaways as much as possible.

Help us to help our beautiful planet by reducing your rubbish!

Campsite facilities
The first aid and welfare tent is staffed 24 hours and is located adjacent to the main stage. Security is located near to the box office and main entrance. 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.

Please respect the wildlife that you may encounter on site and also our human neighbours!

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The camping area opens at 11am on Friday and closes at 10:00am on Monday. The arena opens at 1pm on Friday.

The campsite is located within the Festival site and adjacent to the Festival Arena, with disabled and family camping adjacent to the car park. Toilets are provided. A limited number of showers are located in the centre of the camping fields, with restricted opening times. (extra charge applies.)

Stewards will guide you to the next available pitch on arrival. There is no space for additional gazebos or communal areas within the camping areas.

If you wish to camp in the family & disabled camping area adjacent to the car park, please collect your wristbands from the Box Office FIRST, then transport your camping equipment. Otherwise you’ll be carrying it backwards and forwards!

ALL TICKET HOLDERS MUST PRESENT AT THE BOX OFFICE TO BE ISSUED WITH A WRISTBANDS. It is not possible to collect wristbands for someone who is not at the box office.

PREMIUM FAMILY/GROUP TOILETS – BOOK YOUR V.I.Pee! Private portable toilets are available at £120 per unit for groups. For more info contact

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Live in vehicles

Campervans, Motorhomes and Caravans are accommodated in a separate field to tents. Awnings or tents are permitted, if they can be accommodated within your pitch size of 8m x 5m.
Live in vehicles MUST be booked in advance.

Vehicle pass
A live-in vehicle pass must be displayed at all times – please collect from the Box Office with your wristbands.

Only Camping wristband holders may enter the campsite and live in vehicle areas and camping must be booked in advance.

Exchange your e-tickets for your wristbands on arrival – please either download your e-ticket to a mobile device or print out – we need to be able to scan the QR code (black and white box) to verify your ticket.


Pitch & Park tickets
Live in vehicles with a ‘Pitch & Park’ Thursday evening ticket may only arrive between 4pm and 8pm. Please note there will be no access to the festival arena or facilities on Thursday evening. There will be toilet facilities in the Live in Vehicle area. Power is available from 11am on FRIDAY for those arriving Thursday evening. Water will be available.
On arrival, please park in the main car park – live in vehicles also use this entrance. Sorry, vehicles cannot be taken into the camping area.

If you are being dropped off by someone who is not attending the Festival, enter by the box office on foot.

Once parked, any Live In Vehicles leaving the site prior to Monday morning will not be able to return, unless by prior arrangement.

Please note that in inclement weather (it does happen) arrangements may change – follow guidelines by stewards on arrival.

Electrical Hook Up
Available for Live In Vehicles only – on sale via the ticket page. If you have booked electrical hook up and are arriving with friends who have not, you cannot be sited together.

Available for Live in Vehicles ONLY from Friday to Sunday inclusive. 5amps (1250w) max per supply. Power supplied can only be used for the nominated Live in Vehicle and cannot be shared with other users. Please note Live in Vehicles using electrical hook-up will be sited in designated pitches and cannot be guaranteed to be sited next to others in the same group unless you arrive and park together. Live in vehicles without electrical hook-up will be sited in the same overall area but in a separate zone.

If you have booked electrical hook up and are arriving with friends who have not, you cannot be sited together.

Elsan tanks
Elsan tanks are provided for live in vehicle users, located within the live-in vehicle area.
Open fire and BBQs

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.




Prices start from as little as £27 per person per night.

We are delighted to welcome back Brook Bell Tents who provide gorgeous glamping on our riverfront field.

Accommodation is for Friday, Saturday and Sunday night. Your Glamping Pass includes all camping fees but you must also purchase your festival tickets from the Lechlade Festival website.

We have two Glamping experiences – The Classic Package and the Luxury Package. You can find specific details about each on the Brook Bell Tents website.

  • Classic Package – from £310
  • Luxury Package – from £370

You will have access to your own private toilets and we will be providing free phone charging and complimentary tea and coffee for our guests throughout the event. Our staff will be on hand to help you throughout your stay and will have access to our reception tent and communal chill out space to meet up, hang out and relax.

“Wonderful. We just turned up & were
looked after all weekend.”

“The Brook Bell Tents team couldn’t do enough
to make our festival experience fabulous.”

Follow the link below to make your booking for that perfect festival experience and don’t forget, prices do not include entrance tickets but do include all camping fees. Simply book a ‘WEEKEND ADULT/CONCESSION/CHILD’ ticket in addition to your Glamping package.
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Local accommodation

The New Inn Hotel, Lechlade

30 en-suite rooms, with food served all day. On the Market Place in the heart of Lechlade.

Tel: 01367 252296

Bolthole Retreats

The leading independent Cotswold holiday cottage company offers a wide range of excellent accommodation options throughout the Cotswolds to suit all budgets. Their knowledgeable team all live locally, and every property is personally visited and hand-picked to ensure you have the best possible experience in the Cotswolds.

Habitat Escapes

Habitat Escapes offers lakeside self-catering accommodation in Lower Mill Estate, only a short drive away from Lechlade. All properties come with complimentary spa access and a hamper of goodies to give you the perfect place to recuperate after the festival.



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Parking is available adjacent to the festival arena and camping areas. Please note that vehicles are not permitted within the camping areas.

Disabled Parking is located within the main car park. Please alert the steward on arrival if disabled parking is required. There is a short walk to the box office and into the arena. This is a green field site, please be aware of uneven surfaces.

Click here for a Google Street View of the entrance to the field used for parking and Live In Vehicles.