Best Camping FestivalsEvery year more and more festivals are adding camping to their events. It's become extremely popular among ravers and it's definitely a must do experience. Staying up all night partying in silent discos, drinking, and meeting new friends make it all worthwhile.
Below is a list of the top camping festivals voted by our fans and staff. They are posted in no particular order. However, we recommend going to the one that has your favorite lineup.
Okeechobee Music Festival
This festival is a 4 day experience with multi-genre music, art, and transformative events. The festival is located in Okeechobee, Florida and occurs yearly around march. They have jaw-dropping art installations which will attract your attention. Okeechobee also provides yoga classes, a swimming lake, meditation areas, and more.
This event is an 8 day, two weekend festival which is held in Rothbbury, Michigan. The festival features a focus on electronic music but it also host jam band genres. It's normally hosted on June and early July.
This festival is a 3 day event located in the Montage Mountains Scranton, PA. It happen yearly around July. They pride themselves on their camping experience and have a limited capacity to provide more comfort. They offer glamping at a higher price for those who like to stay extra comfy.
Dirty Bird Campout(EAST and WEST)
Dirty Bird Campout is hosted by Dirty Bird Records owner Claude VonStroke. They focus on house, funk, dirty-bass, and electronica. This festival is a summer camp for adults. Vonstroke has created a community of positive and fun fans who love to have a good time. They have amazing music, sports, and games. They host two different campouts one in the east coast and the other on the west coast.
Electric Daisy Carnival(Las Vegas)
In 2018 EDC finally opened the doors to camping and they did not disappoint. The best part? They provide high quality shiftpods2 tents that include power and AC. Pasqualle also moved the dates up to May so that campers could receive cooler temperatures. They also have fun activities for campers including rave booty boot camp, hula hoop 101, yoga, meditation, and silent disco.
Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival
Coachella held in the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. It's a massive 2 weekend festival that attracts over 250,000 fans. The music ranges from electronic to indie and everything in between. This popular festival is a must attend destination. The camp grounds feature showers, wifi, food, farmers market, free water, and charging stations. The best part? You can park next to your tent.
Lighting In A Bottle
This music festival is held in Lake San Antonio, California and focuses on sustainability, social cohesion, personal health, and creative expression. They feature various genres of music including electronic dance music, experimental music, and folk music. They focus on creativity first and music second with various workshops being hosted throughout the day.
Sasquatch! Music Festival
One of the best camping festivals because of the location Sasquatch always brings it all. The festival is located in The Gorge Amphitheater in George, Washington. Unfortunately, they have ceased operations for now but you can see a recap below.
Euphoria Music Festival (Austin, Texas)
Joshua Tree Music Festival (Joshua Tree National Park)
Summer Camp Festival (Chillicothe, IL)
Bonnaroo (Mancheter, TN)
Sonic Boom (Hummingbird Ranch, CO)
Firefly (Dover, DE)
Burning Man (Black Rock City, NV)
Backwoods Music Festival (Ozarks, Arkansas)
Shambhala Music Festival (Canada)
How Do I Pick Which Camping Festival To Attend?
You've seen all the videos and one festival has caught your eye. We recommend checking out their prices and see which one fits your budget (some of them can get really expensive). Once your set and have purchased your tickets all you need to do is start gathering your camping essential and your festival clothing. Did I mention we got the best festival clothing in the web? Don't be shy, check us out!
- Sleeping Bags (Extra Comfy)
- Blankets checkout our festival blankets
- Air Mattress (with pump and extra batteries)
- Toilet Paper
- Bath towels
- Music Player
- Folding Table
- Tapestries (for decoration) checkout our festival tapestries
- Trash Bags
- Camping Stove
- Gas Canisters
- Dish Soap
- Hand Sanitizer
- Pots, pans, and silverware
- Bottled Water
- First Aid Kit