Camping is part of our name, it’s part of what Camp Bisco is all about…
For the comfort of all campers, there is a limited camping capacity. We encourage everyone to secure their camping bundles in advance.
There are three camping options at Camp Bisco – Regular Camping, RV Camping & Glamping.
- Regular Camping – To access the main Camping area, you must purchase a Festival Pass + Camping Bundle.
- RV Camping – If you would like to bring an RV to Camp Bisco, you must purchase a RV Parking Pass for your vehicle. Each person staying in the RV must also purchase a Festival Pass + Camping Bundle.
- Glamping – Take your Bisco experience to another level with a Glamping Package! Glampers must have a GA or VIP Festival Pass in order to redeem a glamping tent rental. Festival passes must be purchased separately.
Camp Bisco does provide accommodations for ADA Camping. Registration is required and a State issued accessibility permit must be presented to access this area. These spaces are limited and are available on a first come, first served basis. Please purchase 3-Day Festival + ADA Camping Bundle and then contact us to reserve your ADA camping space. To register, please contact: [email protected].
ADA Camping spaces are located on generally level ground in close proximity to walking paths, entrances and exits with easy access to shuttles. Accessible portable restrooms will also be available in the ADA Camping area. For those registering for an ADA camping pass, a single parking space will be provided directly adjacent to the ADA Campground; however, no RV’s will be permitted in this area. ADA accessible shuttles will be available to provide transportation from the ADA camping area to the Electric City & Above The Waves stages.
Parking for Camping
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CAMPING / RV ITEMS
All cars & coolers will be searched for glass, pets, kegs, fireworks, contraband weapons, drugs, nitrous and illegal substances. Please do not bring anything that you know is not permitted or anything that could possibly be construed as a weapon (baseball bats, sharp tools, large knives, hatchets, hammers, etc.). Not only does it put an unnecessary strain on our staff and resources, but it also holds up the line for everybody behind you. This year we have increased the amount of staff & will be mailing wristbands in advance, but please remember that getting everyone in is a pretty monumental task, so let’s work together for the good of the whole and do what we each can to make the process go as smoothly as possible.
In addition to tents, tarps, chairs, food and everything listed below, the following items are recommended and will make your weekend more enjoyable: Extra toilet paper, a flashlight, extra trash bags, portable radio, small luggage lock for your tent. Remember to leave your valuables at home! Promoter is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Coolers and food from outside the Festival are only allowed in the campgrounds. propane cook stoves will be permitted in the camping area.
- Sponsorship-branded or wrapped vehicles are prohibited and will not be allowed entry through the tollbooths
- Tents with sponsorship-branding or logos of any kind
- Pets of any kind (except service animals with current rabies vaccination)
- Bulk alcohol over the amount in the Allowed Items, including kegs
- Any item that can be used as a weapon, including wallet chains
- Drugs or drug paraphernalia
- Medical or recreational-use marijuana
- Glass containers of any kind
- Open flame of any kind
- Generators of any kind (except in RV area)
- Golf carts or other motorized conveyances
- Drones, remote-operated, and/or autonomous vehicles of any kind
- Heating appliances of any kind
- Amplified sound systems (small ipod docks ok)
- Tiki torches, fireworks, fuel, or incendiary devices of any kind.
- Focus light beam devices, including laser pointers
- Any item that can be used as a means to disturb the peace, endanger the safety of the crowd, and/or inflict damage to people and goods
- Paint, Markers
- Masks, Pacifiers, Stuffed Animals or Dolls
- Flyers, Stickers, and Posters
- Drug paraphernalia
- General camping items not on the Prohibited Items list (tent, canopies, tarps, etc)
- One (1) bulk alcohol items per person in aluminum or plastic containers only. Campground only, festival site not permitted. No glass containers of any kind. “Bulk alcohol” is defined as
- One (1) case (24 cans) of beer or malt-based beverage
- One (1) 1.75 litre plastic bottle of hard alcohol
- One (1) 4 litre box of wine
- Cooking appliances under the following conditions. Campground only, festival site not permitted
- Must bear a certification from a nationally-recognized certification agency
- Must only use propane as the primary fuel
- Maximum amount of propane per campsite may not exceed 20 pounds
- Prescription medications are allowed under the following conditions
- Must be in the original prescription bottle
- Guests with prescription medications must provide a government-issued photo ID that matches the name printed on the prescription container
- The description of the medication on the description printed on the prescription container
- Multiple prescription medications may not be mixed into a single container – each individual medication requires its own prescription container
- Medical personnel reserve the right to require guests to check in bulk amounts of prescription medication for the duration of the event
- Empty water bottles, including reusable and disposable water bottles
- Empty CamelBak-style water bladder systems (please see special section below)
- Non-professional cameras
- Cell phones
- Sealed: cigarette packages, tampons, packs of gum, and chapstick/lip gloss
- Sunglasses and hats
- Guide dogs for people with disabilities and other service animals with current rabies certification
- Totems if built in a manner that is safe. No metal or wood. (no totems underneath the tent at the Electric City Stage)
- Food – allowed in campground, but no bulk food may be brought from campgrounds into festival site (small clear bag only)
Special Note About Camel Bak-style Water Bladder Systems:
Although CamelBak-style water bladder systems are allowed empty into the venue, the water bladders themselves must be capable of being removed from the carrier and must be transparent enough to allow security to visually inspect the empty bladder. Additionally CamelBak-style bladder carriers must have no more than 2 main compartments and1 small compartment. AnyCamelBak-style water bladder that cannot be removed from the carrier and/or is opaque enough to prevent visual inspection, and any CamelBak-style bladder carriers larger than the allowed size will not be allowed into the venue.
Special Note About Prescription and OTC Medications:
Prescription medication are allowed only in the original prescription bottle. Any guests attempting to bring in prescription medication must have a government-issued photo identification card that matches the name printed on the prescription, and the pills in the bottle must match the description printed on the prescription.
Over-the-counter medications are allowed in provided that they are new and in the original, factory-sealed container.