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If you are bringing a large trailer or RV, please use directions on the website and not GPS. 

Due to new Insurance requirements we have a new waiver.    

If you did not sign the new waiver in 2020, please sign a new waiver.    
If you signed in 2020 After July you do not need to sign again unless a waiver changes.

Sign Digital Waiver

Camping at LACfest

Full Hook Up Camping is sold out. 
Dry RV/Primitive Camping is included in the Entry Ticket. 

There are water sites at the park, they are first come, first serve. They located in the campground and are identified by painted markers. Water sites cannot be saved.

There is camping all over the park, and pasture camping sites can be saved to one side. 

If you prefer a quieter camping experience, that may not be possible during LACfest. However, camping near the far woods by the campground may be less congested.

There are bath houses with restrooms to help with your water needs.

Private Port-A-Lets will be available to rent and have delivered to your campsite.

There is no limitation on what you can camp in, tents, trucks, cars, campers, etc... 
Generators are allowed.
Pets are not allowed. 
You are welcome to bring food and drinks, but glass containers are not allowed.

Quiet hours at the park are from 12am-7am, there is no riding at this time and we ask that you keep the music at your site to a comfortable level. Please do not blast out your neighbors.
 

Park Rules During LACfest 21
Take your trash to the trash container, or the garbage containers located around the park.
Do not dump your trash on the trails. There are can bins, garbage bins, please use them.
Campfires are allowed, do not burn your trash.
Flags or lighted whips are required for all offroad vehicles.

These are Ejectable, and will be enforced.
No Glass Containers
No Pets
No Weapons
No Spinning or Donuts in the pasture areas

No abuse of the bath houses. Clean up after yourself, any vandalism will not be tolerated
DO NOT CROSS THE RIVER, YOU WILL BE TRESPASSING!
DO NOT RIDE UP AND DOWN THE RIVER! DNR WILL BE CALLED. 

Camping FAQ'S