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There are two official festival campsites to choose from:

General festival camping
Quiet/family camping

The general campsite is closer to the main arena. Parking is available nearby and only tents will be allowed on the campsite. Expect more festival atmosphere.

The other campsite is more peaceful -  a short walk away from the main arena, it includes a designated family area and has restricted vehicle movement (10pm – 8am curfew).

Camping vouchers are £10 per person and allow you to camp on all three festival nights if you choose. Children under 12 go free but must book a free camping voucher. Camping is limited; buy tickets in advance to ensure a pitch.

If you are driving to the festival, you will need one parking pass per vehicle. Parking passes for campers will be issued according to where you are camping and are bookable with your festival tickets for £5. However, we’d like to encourage you not to bring cars and travel by public transport where possible. See the travel page for bus and train information.

If you plan on bringing a camper van, you will need to book one camping voucher per person and one vehicle pass for the quiet/family area. If you wish to stay in the general camping area, you will have to park up the camper van and bring tents to sleep in. Again, you will need one camping voucher per person and one vehicle pass.

A limited number of Scottish made tipis holding 4 or 6 people will be availble for hire. These beautifully crafted tipis will add a little luxury to your weekend. Click here for more info>

Some camping rules and info

Campsites are open from 12 noon on Friday 22 June until 12 noon on Monday 25 June 07.

Persons behaving inappropriately to their zone (i.e. causing a commotion in the quiet zone) will be moved by stewards.

Shops / food outlets
We don’t plan for there to be a camping supplies store at the festival. However, Aviemore town centre is only a 15 minute walk away with plenty of shops to meet your needs. There will be food outlets in the main festival arena.

Fires
No camp fires will be allowed.

Drinking water, toilets and showers
There will be clearly marked drinking water points. The toilets in the festival site will be available to campers (please use them rather than anywhere else!). Showers will be available at an extra charge.

Food and drink, glass, etc
You will be allowed to bring your own food and drink (including alcohol) into the camping areas. However, alcohol, glass bottles, jars and tins will not be allowed into the main arena.

Litter and recycling
Please use the bins and recycling facilities provided. Don’t leave litter at the campsites and recycle as much as you can.

Fireworks & animals
No animals will be allowed in the campsites or the main arena except guide dogs. Fireworks are not permitted in the campsites or the main arena.

Neighbours
Everybody needs good neighbours. Please do everything you can to avoid disturbing our neighbours or the wildlife.

 

 
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