Festival: Camping

Camp in Wassaic on the Luther Barn field!

Information for Campers

Fees:

CAMPING: $40 per person for the whole weekend if you pay in advance, online. You can purchase your tickets HERE.

Kids under 10 camp free!

If you arrive on site without registering, camping is $60 and may already be full! So register in advance! All guests are encouraged to stay for the entirety of the festival at the Wassaic Project’s campground. You cannot stay before or after the festival dates.

There are no refunds for camping fees.
 

Volunteering:

Interested in camping for free? Our volunteers who work two four-hour shifts or more get free camping and five drink tickets. Shifts can be done in one day or over the whole weekend. For more information about volunteering please contact summerfest@wassaicproject.org.
 

Equipment:

No camping equipment will be provided at the site. Tents, stoves, and sleeping bags can be rented cheaply at tenttrails.com (located in Manhattan) or thunderbirdtepee.com (located in Brooklyn). There are no cars on the campground itself, but parking is close by. Please note that we allow only gas camping stoves at the camping grounds.
 

Food:

There will be food vendors will be on-site, however they will not be there all the time. Come prepared with extra snacks and general camping grub. If you have a car, you can drive to a grocery store and local eateries. You cannot grill or make a fire but you may bring a propane stove.
 
Please visit our FAQ page for what to bring and what NOT to bring.

(NO GLASS BOTTLES!)

 

Photo by Brian Wain

Photo by Brian Wain

Photo by Margaret Inga Wiatrowski

Photo by Margaret Inga Wiatrowski

Camping on the Luther Barn Field

Camping on the Luther Barn Field

Wassaic Project Summer Festival // Photo by Scott Indermaur

Wassaic Project Summer Festival // Photo by Scott Indermaur

Wassaic Project Summer Festival August 13-15, 2010

Photo by Brian WainPhoto by Margaret Inga WiatrowskiCamping on the Luther Barn FieldWassaic Project Summer Festival // Photo by Scott Indermaur