We have approximately 300 tent/dry RV camping sites available. These are located on and around a grassy field within a 2-minute walk of the festival site. Drinking water, portable toilets and solar shower stalls will be supplied. No cooking fires, no campfires, no dogs.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE SERVICE TO ANYONE BRINGING A PET!
Countywide fire ban may or may not be in effect during the festival. Camp stoves are allowed. We will have food vendors throughout the festival and a pancake breakfast Sunday morning. $20 per per person covers Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday nights. First come, first served. Please help us to minimize the impact on our camp grounds and volunteer staff by utilizing "leave no trace" and "pack it in, pack it out" practices at the camp grounds. Thank you
Yes! The cost is $20 per person for the entire weekend, whether you stay one, two, three or four nights. You will receive a special camping wristband which gets you into the campground. Camping is first come, first served, and there will be campground hosts available beginning Friday at 10 am to direct you where to park and set up. You may arrive earlier, after 5pm on Thursday and stay until noon on Monday. If you do come Thurs after 5:00pm, there will be signs directing you where to camp. If you are in the wrong place, the campground host may ask you to move Friday morning. Please note that the festival grounds are not open to the public until 12:30 on Friday when the box office opens. Please do not come to the box office until 12:30 as we are checking in vendors and preparing to open. Thanks!
Tickets can be purchased on line at the "Buy Tickets Now" button, at the CMF Office, 719-256-4533 or from the campground host or box office during the festival.
Portable toilets, free solar showers and drinking water will be available at the campground. Indoor showers will be available for $5 at nearby Camper Village. Inquire at the Information Tent.
Can I cook my meals at my campsite?
You can cook with a camp stove at your campsite, but no camp fires or cooking fires are allowed. There will be plenty of food and drink vendors on the festival grounds with a variety of foods, including vegetarian options. ScSEED (Saguache County Sustainable Environment and Economic Development) will host a fundraising pancake breakfast on Sunday morning.
We're sorry...We love animals, but due to insurance liability, and in consideration of other festival attendees, we cannot allow dogs or any pets on the festival grounds, in the camping area or parking lots. Official service dogs are permitted, and owners are required to show their license and identification at the entrance. They must have the animal properly restrained/harnessed. Please do not bring your pet and leave it in your vehicle. The festival grounds, camping area and parking lots will be monitored by festival staff, and owners of pets on the grounds will be asked to leave the festival. The CMF office does have referral information on limited pet boarding in the area, so please contact us if you cannot leave your pet at home.
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