The Complete WE Fest Experience
Camping at WE Fest
WE Fest campers come in all ages and therefore have very different camping styles; we have college kids in pup tents, retirees in Air Stream trailers and everything in between. Their shared love of country music allows for peaceful coexistence among the diversity of people in the campgrounds.
At WE Fest, we provide designated areas for all our campers, including those who wish to go to sleep after the show, and those who would like to prolong the party. While all campgrounds have a 2:00 a.m. noise curfew, some campgrounds are more active than others after that hour. Please take some time to read all of the campground descriptions, and select that campground that best matches your lifestyle.
We always like to remind you that if you want to camp with friends or family, and you’re traveling in separate vehicles, you should plan to arrive together. Campers are guided to the next available campsite, and there is not an option to save a campsite.
Selecting Your Campsite
Different Campgrounds for All Lifestyles
Over the years we’ve learned that some people like to party a little in the campgrounds, some people like to party a lot, and some people just want to get a good night’s sleep. So we’ve set up a system that sorts people out so everyone gets the experience they want.
We’ve designated Lake Sallie and Northwoods campgrounds for families, with strictly enforced noise curfews. If you like to get some shut-eye, purchase a permit in those campgrounds. We’ve also made age recommendations for the other campgrounds, on the theory that the younger you are, the later you like to stay up. To select the campground that fits your lifestyle, whatever your age, choose an option below to find the campground for you.
Select A Camping Experience:
Enjoy the Show, And Rest Easy
Order soon, it sells out early! It is located directly behind the stage. VIP Campground has a shower house and easy access to the concert site.
Northwoods is designated a “FAMILY” campground, with a strict noise curfew. Due to the rolling hills and woods it is only suitable for units less than 28 feet long. There are a limited number of campsites available that will accommodate this length at this campground, the majority of campsites are limited to 20 feet in length. Be sure to bring leveling blocks. Northwoods campground also has a shower house and easy access to the concert site.
Lake Sallie is designated a family campground, with a strict noise curfew. People here want to get some sleep after the show. Lake Sallie campground has a shower house and easy access to the concert site.
Great for the 25 and Older Crowd
Located on the northeast side of the site, Oatfield is reached through the pedestrian underpass on County Rd 22, it is within walking distance of the concert site, and is suitable for any camping unit. The Oatfield campground has a portable shower house, and is home to a mixture of younger and older campers who like to get some sleep in the wee hours.
Located right across from Oatfield, this is a flat open area, great for large RV’s.
Located very close to admission gates on the east side, with a shower house. This campground always sells out FAST.
The Party Continues for Our Younger Fans!
The Viking Campground is located southeast of the concert site and is reached through the County Rd 22 pedestrian underpass. The Viking campground is generally groups of young people, and it is quite active after the show. It has a shower house and is able to handle any type of camping unit.
Eagle is situated on rolling meadows southeast of Viking campground, it is a half-mile from the concert site, and is serviced by shuttle buses. Hilltop is located on top of a hill, southeast of the concert site. Both of these campgrounds are home to groups of younger campers, who don’t mind the walk or the late hours. These campgrounds have portable houses. If you are under the age of 21, camp in Eagle/Hilltop. Eagle and Hilltop campground permits are sold separately.
The Accessible campground is located on the west side of the site, at the entrance to the Northwoods campground, and will also overflow into Lake Sallie. You must have a state-issued Handicap Accessible sticker and an Accessible camping permit to camp in this area. This campground also has strictly enforced noise curfews and traffic rules. There are a limited number of permits available.