Each person camping must have the appropriate wristband for a weekend pass that includes camping. Children 12 and under can camp for free with a paid adult and do not need a wristband.
You must display your parking window sticker on your vehicle at all times during the festival. Failure to display your parking sticker may result in your vehicle being towed.
Vehicles may be parked no further than five feet off the roadway.
Once parked, your vehicle must remain stationary throughout the weekend, unless you need to leave La Foret. Driving to and from the festival meadow is not permitted.
A volunteer camping attendant will help you find an appropriate camp site and will be available all weekend to assist you.
Absolutely NO GROUND FIRES! (Propane camp stoves are permitted.) Fires are prohibited, including fires at designated campfire circles.
Campers may use the bathhouse, which includes flush toilets, hot showers and sinks.
Only one small six-pack-sized cooler with soft drinks and snacks is allowed in the music meadow. Larger coolers are permitted in the campsites only. No alcohol or glass containers (other than your souvenir MeadowGrass mugs) can be brought into the festival meadow.
There are wild animals in the area. Keep food protected overnight and respect the forest.
Campers must park only in the camping zone and not the main festival parking area.
Please keep your campsite clean and pack out your own trash. Recycling containers will be provided.
Security will be present at all times for your safety. Firearms, weapons or violence of any kind will not be tolerated.
The first aid station is located in the lower level of the dining hall (to the right of the tent, as you’re facing the stage). Staff are available to meet any first aid needs while the main stage is operating. After hours, please find a security officer or dial 911 if you are in need of immediate medical attention. We do have medical professionals on-site overnight, and Black Forest Fire & Rescue is nearby.