Camping

ROOTS&BLUES camping is August 18, 19, 20 and 21st, 2016. Adjacent to the festival!

Campsite Directions Map  20 by 20 $99 for 4 nights, 20 by 40 $129 for 4 nights (No single nights available).

Please take a few minutes to review our Campground rules 2016  before registering.

Sites are assigned sequentially upon arrival, there is no reserving of specific sites. No Pets,  No Refunds

Purchase here, after you purchase a camping spot complete the registration form below

Last Name of Purchaser (required)

First Name of Purchaser (required)

Last Name for Reservation (required)
(Must be the full name of the person checking in):

First Name for Reservation (required)
(Must be the full name of the person checking in):

Address (required):

Phone (required):

Your Email (required):

License Plate Number of Vehicle (required):

Type of Camping Unit:
 Tent RV Truck and Trailer (not pull thru) Truck and Trailer (pull thru) Van Tent Trailer

Size in length of camping unit plus vehicle (including hitch), full length of RV, or tent (required):
NOTE: IF YOUR UNIT IS OVER 20 FEET IN LENGTH ENSURE THAT YOU HAVE PURCHASED A 20 X 40 - $129 SPOT

Are you a Vendor? yes no

Are you a Volunteer? yes no

Children under the age of 16 camping with you: yes no

Any physical limitations in your party? yes no

If yes please explain:
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Other Comments:

PLEASE CHECK THE BOX FOR THE SPOT SIZE THAT YOU HAVE ALREADY PURCHASED (required).

 20ft x 20ft - $95 (incl tax) per spot for 4 nights, Max 4 people per spot. 20ft x 40ft (limited) - $129 (incl tax) per spot for 4 nights, Max 6 people per spot.

Number of People on Camp Spot (required):
Please note maximum numbers per spot size outlined above.

I am aware that my registration allows a limited amount of people and that I cannot hold a site for parties arriving later in the weekend.

No Pets Allowed, No Showers or Hookups Available, No Refunds, No Fires, No Noise After 11pm.
Eviction without refund for violation of rules. Please remember to bring ID to check in.

Campground Rules & Info

1. Due to space limitations and overcrowding at previous Festivals, campsites are limited to one camping unit per site and/or one travel vehicle. For example: a vehicle & tent or truck & camper.

2. Campsites are limited to a maximum of 4 people per 20 by 20 sites and a maximum of 6 people to a 20 by 40 site. Some exceptions may be made for families with more than two non-adult children (under the age of 16).

3. Camping fees are non-refundable.

4. Campgrounds will open at 2:00 pm on Thursday, August 18th. Check-out is no later than 12:00 pm on Monday, August 22nd. Gates to the campsite and Check ins will be closed at 9:00 pm to avoid late night traffic.

5. Due to the need to offload traffic from city streets as quickly and efficiently as possible, we cannot accommodate placement in any particular campground no matter how early you are in the campground line-up. Campers may be designated to any one of our three campgrounds at the discretion of our registration volunteers to keep traffic flow moving. We appreciate your understanding regarding this matter.

6. Campers are required to show photo ID upon check-in. Driver of camping vehicle will receive a dashboard pass and campground wristbands for each member of his/her camping party at check-in and is responsible for the distribution of these wristbands to all party members. Names must be provided on your Camping Registration Form. NO ADDITIONAL WRISTBANDS WILL BE ISSUED.

7. We do not provide additional parking in the campgrounds. Parking is available in paid parking sites or free in our Volunteer Parking lot located on the other side of the Festival. A Festival Campgrounds Parking Pass will be issued upon request at time of registration to be displayed on your dash in the Volunteer Parking lot. Vehicles may be brought in unloaded and then relocated.

8. We do not allow the saving of sites for parties that are arriving later in the weekend. Each vehicle is required to present its own camping pass. There is a message board at the middle Entrance/Exit in Campground One, if you wish to leave your information about where and when your friends can connect with you.

9. Please respect the parking rules/signs. We must keep campground driving lanes clear for emergency vehicle access. Vehicles parked on campground driving lanes will be towed at owner’s expense.
10. Quiet hours are from 11:00 pm – 8:00 am. Please respect your neighbour’s right to a good night’s sleep. The Roots and Blues Festival reserves the right to limit noise and/or rowdiness at anytime. On-site security will be available throughout the night at designated central sites. Please report offenders to our security personnel.

11. Absolutely NO CAMPFIRES OR OPEN FIRES OF ANY KIND. NO HIBACHI OR CHARCOAL COOKING - PROPANE BBQ’S ONLY.

12. ABSOLUTELY NO PETS ALLOWED. Campers who are found with animals within the campgrounds will be asked to vacate without refund of camping or festival fees.

13. No generators during quiet hours. Use of generators is restricted to daytime use and only when vehicle owner is present. Please respect those around you in order to ensure an enjoyable experience for all.

14. Volunteers will be on duty at the campground throughout the weekend but please keep your valuables locked in the trunk of your vehicle. Roots and Blues assumes no responsibility for lost, stolen or damaged articles.

15. This campsite is located in a rural area with wildlife present. Please store all food and drinks in your vehicle overnight and keep children under supervision.

16. Please respect the generosity and privacy of our landowners who have made this campsite available to us. Use only the designated entrance and exit ways and keep access to residence driveways clear.

17. This is no frills camping at its best. Because the amenities are limited at our campground, we ask that you be sure to have a flashlight on hand for nighttime activities and entries into the site.

18. Wasps can be plentiful at this time of year and we have our fair share at the campground, as well as on the Festival site. We have After-Bite at the Campground 1 entrance/exit table, if you have need for it. Otherwise, we recommend a little ice for those painful stings. There is also a First Aid Station on the Festival Site. Refer to your program for its location. People with extreme allergies to wasp bites should bring the prescribed antidote.

19. August is fire season in BC. Smokers are asked to use extreme caution when butting out. We have containers available at the exit gate if you would like to scoop up a little gravel for extinguishing your cigarettes. There is a fire extinguisher at the Entrance/Exit gate for emergencies, but please exercise common sense, as we REALLY don’t want to have to use it.

20. There are no electrical or water hookups. Washstands and portable toilets are located at each campground. To avoid drainage problems, please refrain from washing any large food particles down the drain. We also have waste and recycling bins on site for your convenience.

21. Ice will be available for purchase on Campground #2. There will also be daily rounds for delivering and purchasing ice on all 3 campground sites.

22. Please leave your campsite clean upon departure.

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