RV generators may not be used in the upper lot next to the stage. Generators
may be used in the lower lot only.
No fires allowed.
Wash dishes in designated areas only.
Observe safety rules: No bicycles, skateboards, rollerblades, ATVs,
etc, may be used on the mountaintop.
Alcoholic beverages and weapons are prohibited.
The Festival reserves the right to ask anyone who exhibits disruptive behavior
to leave the festival without a refund.
We are not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Please be advised If you move your car from your camp site, the Division of Culture and History cannot guarantee the availability of your space upon return.
Suggestion: If you need to leave the camp during the festival you need to permenatly park your car at the bottom of the hill and take the shuttle up and down.
All dogs must be on a 6' maximum leash at all times. Extendable leashes
are not acceptable.
Dogs that need to eliminate, please do so in areas not used by the public.
Please clean up after your dog at all times.
Doggie bags can be located at the box office, main office and Information
Dogs are allowed up on the hill only on a 6' leash. Please be respectful
of other camp sites and make sure your dog doesn't quickly eliminate, bark
continuously, or disrupt other camp sites, tents, people sleeping, playing
music, eating, etc. Dogs are not to run free at any time.
Please mind your dog's unconditional curiosity and protectiveness toward
and around other people and other dogs. Remember that this is foreign territory
for your dog and they will be on their guard at all times.
For the health and safety of your dog please do not leave your animal chained
up, unattended in crates, automobiles, campers, corrals and/or banjo cases
at your campsite.
The staff can recommend a veterinarian or kennels in the area if you are
in need of one.
The festival reserves the right to ask anyone who doesn't follow our dog
policy to leave the camp without a refund.