WANT TO CAMP TOGETHER?
Simply Plan to Arrive Together
If you are wanting to camp next to friends or family and you’re traveling in separate vehicles, you should plan to arrive together. Campers are guided to the next available campsite upon entry and there is not an option to save a campsite.
Starting at $260
The VIP campgrounds are located right behind the stage and always fill up fast. You can also enter these campgrounds early with a VIP Early Camp Arrival Pass. You do NOT have to have a VIP ticket to buy a VIP campsite. A limited number of electrical sites are available.
Starting at $75
Northwoods is a designated family campground with a strict noise curfew. Northwoods is full of hills and woods, so it’s best suited for units 28 feet or shorter. Be sure to bring leveling blocks. Electrical sites have sold out.
Starting at $75
Lake Sallie is another family campground that has a strict noise curfew, and is one of our most popular campgrounds. Take in amazing views of the lake while having easy access to the music venue. Electrical sites have sold out.
Starting at $75
Blue Ox is one of our most popular campgrounds and always sells out fast. It boasts a good mixture of younger and older campers with plenty of parties happening during the day. Electrical sites have sold out.
Starting at $75
Oatfield is located on the northeast side of the ranch and is reached through an underpass on County Road 22. It is suitable for any type of camping unit and has a mixture of younger and older campers.
Starting at $75
The Viking campground is generally known as the party campgrounds with plenty of activity happening after the shows each night. It is located on the southeast side of the ranch and can accommodate any type of camping unit.
Yes. Only one (1) steering mechanism and one (1) sleeping unit are allowed PER CAMPSITE. Any additional vehicles must purchase a separate campsite. Driveable RVs are considered both a steering mechanism and sleeping unit. Any vehicles accompanying an RV must purchase a separate vehicle pass/campsite.
The only way to guarantee a camping spot next to friends is to arrive and enter your campground together. We do not allow people to rope off camping spaces or save spots. All campgrounds are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. You can purchase an Early Entry campground pass to enter the campgrounds early and claim your camping spot.
Yes, but we don’t encourage you to leave your camping spot with your vehicle. Once you are in we encourage you to stay in. We provide a free shuttle bus service for our campers into town on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, times TBA. It loads just outside the West Gate in the North portion of the Shuttle bus area. The bus pick-ups up and drops off at the Fairgrounds and also downtown where you can access the beach, restaurants, clothing, banks, groceries, adult beverages and the hospital all within walking distance.
Yes. Please let the campground staff know that you plan to use a generator as you enter a campground. All generators must be turned off for quiet hours beginning at 2:00 AM.
No, we do not allow any firewood to be brought from off-site. We will have firewood available for purchase at the campground entrances. Please bring fire rings, they will not be provided.
All campsites are approximately 25×40. Your entire camp setup must fit within the campsite. If your camper or RV is larger than 40 feet, you must purchase two campsites.
The farthest campground away from the concert entrance is approximately a 15 minute walk. Most other campgrounds are a 5 to 10 minute walk to the entrances. Please see the camping map for details.
All electrical sites are 30 amps. Please remember to bring at least a 50-foot-long extension cord.
Each campsite is allowed one vehicle (including a motorcycle) and one sleeping unit. A driveable RV is considered both.
You can have one vehicle and one sleeping unit per campsite. Your entire camp setup must fit in your allotted campsite, of 25×40.
If you purchased VIP Early Arrival along with your VIP campsite, you can arrive to start setting up on Saturday, July 27, Sunday, July 28, or Tuesday, July 30 (note: campgrounds are closed on Monday). No overnight camping will be allowed until Tuesday, July 30.
If you purchased GA Early Arrival, you can gain access to the campgrounds starting on Tuesday, July 30.
Campers may begin to stage their vehicles on the road starting Monday, July 29 at 12:00 PM for access into the campgrounds on Tuesday. Any vehicle arriving prior to that time will not be permitted to park on the shoulder, will be subject to removal, and enforcement action taken by the MN State Patrol. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Vehicles staged on the road after 12:00 PM on Monday, July 29, must be staged on the shoulder of the road and do so at their own risk. Guests must stay within their vehicles and are not permitted to set up camps, chairs, grills, etc. outside of their vehicles. The MN State Patrol and WE Fest Security will be patrolling these areas.
All standard sites are 25X40, so if you have an RV that exceeds this size you must purchase two camp sites. No campers over 30 feet long will be allowed in Northwoods due to the trees and hills.
There will be a designated parking/camping area for people with special accessibility needs.We offer accessible campsites, including electrical sites, in Lake Sallie and Northwoods. You must have an official handicapped parking placard or plate for your vehicle if you need to use this area. Make arrangements when you order your tickets. There will also be accessible restroom facilities. There are no stairs or other barriers to entering the concert grounds, so they will be entirely accessible. There will be a wheelchair accessible space inside the concert area where handicapped are allowed to enter one-half hour earlier then general admission.
Click here to see the full list of items that are allowed and prohibited in the campgrounds.
RV pump outs will be available in the campground for a fee. Please speak with a tollbooth attendant upon arrival for instructions and contact information.
There will be water trucks available in the campground for a fee. Please speak with a tollbooth attendant upon arrival for instructions and contact information.
ALLOWED & PROHIBITED ITEMS IN CAMPGROUNDS
*Prohibited items will be confiscated and not returned*
✅ Festival wristbands and passes
✅ Tent and rain fly
✅ Flag/Balloon (to identify your campsite)
✅ Beverages (no glass containers)
✅ Coolers (outside food & beverages not allowed into the concert field)
✅ Generators (must be vented above your camper and shut off by 2:00 AM)
✅ Propane grills (at least 12 inches above the ground or any vegetation)
✅ Bug spray
✅ Toilet paper
✅ Towels (showers are available)
✅ Small luggage lock (for your tent)
✅ Lawn games
✅ Slip ‘n’ slide
❌ Illegal substances of any kind
❌ Firearms or weapons of any kind
❌ Large hammers or sledge hammers
❌ Glass containers or bottles of any kind
❌ More alcohol than reasonable for personal consumption
❌ Large, external speakers and sound systems that would disturb neighbors, furniture, refrigerators, or carpeting
❌ Furniture, refrigerators or carpeting
❌ Golf carts, ATVs, scooters or skateboards
❌ Drones or any remote flying device
❌ Unauthorized vending
❌ Off-site firewood (firewood is available for purchase at all campground entrances)
- Camp access is sold per person. Anyone that wishes to enter or stay in the campgrounds must have an admission ticket with camp access.
- One vehicle (steering mechanism) and one sleeping unit are permitted per each campsite purchased. Driveable RVs are considered both the vehicle and sleeping unit.
- Every guest wanting to camp or enter the campgrounds MUST purchase a weekend admission ticket that includes campground access.
- There are a limited number of campsites in Lake Sallie, Northwoods, Blue Ox, and VIP that have electric hook ups. All other sites are primitive and have no electrical hook ups. You must purchase an electric specific campsite to use the electric sites.
- No campsites will be assigned until you have arrived at the grounds and scan your ticket for campground entry. You will be assigned a site in the order that you enter the campground.
- You cannot “save” a campsite for other campers. If you want to camp in a group you MUST arrive together. Plan accordingly.
- Quiet hours begin at 2:00 AM.
- No camping gear or RV drop offs will be permitted in the General Admission campgrounds.
- No outside technicians or service trucks will be permitted into the campgrounds. For contact with approved on site technicians please speak with the tollbooth staff members.
Sites are 25×40. If your vehicle or sleeping unit exceeds 40 feet you must purchase two campsites.