On-Site Camping

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We sell 4000 camping tickets. We normally sell out, so purchase your tickets early. Click for tickets.

Camping starts Wednesday and ends Sunday. Tents, pop-ups and RVs are welcome. Our camping areas are flat, freshly mown hayfields (no elec/water hookups). We provide free water for drinking and many other amenities for campers. Click for festival services.


Who Can Camp? To camp at Grey Fox, you must purchase a full festival ticket. Kids 12 years and under are admitted free with a ticketed parent or guardian.

New York State Department of Health Regulations: The NYS Department of Health Campground Permit requires that all sleeping tents and campers be placed no less than 10’ apart. We must also maintain a NO OPEN FLAME POLICY. Do not bring wood-flamed cooking units, campfire pits, tiki torches, luminaries, etc. Propane and charcoal cooking units are acceptable. Please adhere to these regulations.

Camping Space & Etiquette: Think small. Please do not take more than 20×25 feet per campsite. You may save two small camping spots until NOON on Thursday. EVEN SO, if you see someone looking for a camping spot, please welcome them in. We like to call this Compassionate Camping, and being kind and welcoming to everyone is very important.  Saving space ends Thursday at noon sharp. Please leave all big stuff (couches, etc.) at home. Bring only what you need. Click for What to Bring List.

Camping Areas: There are six types of camping at Grey Fox, each described below:

Quiet Camping: If you like to turn in early, this is the place for you. HOWEVER, bring your earplugs. Music and laughter travel. In this area, we ask that people be as quiet as possible from 10pm to 7am.

Pickers Paradise: Like to pick into the wee hours and get to know your neighbors after the music ends? Head for Pickers Paradise. Just be mindful of your neighbors and follow the golden rule.

Generatorville: This is the only area where generators are allowed. Pump Outs Available: Pick up a form at the Ticket, Info or Traffic & Safety Booth and display in your RV window when you need service. There is a fee for each pump out.

Family Camping: Got kids who spend a lot of time at the Family Tent or Kids Academy? Family Camping is nestled around those venues, so this will be a convenient spot for you to camp. It’s not a quiet zone, so bring earplugs.

High Meadow Camping: Non-vehicular tent camping is available in the High Meadow Stage area. From Wednesday A.M. to Thursday Noon, you may drive up, drop off your gear, and then you must park in the Car Corral. On Sunday you may drive back up to pick up your gear. There is no vehicle fee in High Meadow.

Staff Quiet Camping: Many volunteers need to be well rested each morning, so we keep this area Quiet from 10pm to 7am. If someone in your family is a volunteer, Staff Camping will be for you.

Car Corral Parking Note: Consider parking your vehicle across the road from the festival to free up space on site for others. High Meadow Campers MUST park their vehicles in the Car Corral.


Camping Gear Rental Options

• Dancin’ Dave’s Festival Camping (dancindave.com)

Dancin’ Dave’s Festival Camping offers high quality camping accommodations. You can have a great festival experience without the hassle of having to pack everything needed for a comfortable stay. Their motto is: “We do all the work. Just show up, stay for the party and leave the tear-down to us.” Camping has never been so easy! Reservations must be made in advance. 



Updates: As the festival approaches, check here for updated Arrival Info

Arrival Day:

Camping gates will open at 7:00 am on Wednesday, July 17 weather permitting. As you approach the festival entrance please obey the road signage and directions of the local law enforcement as they aid in your fair and safe arrival to the festival. If it has been raining and the ground is too saturated, we may need to delay opening and proceed slower than normal to get everyone in safely. Please bear with us.