As a camper, I agree to these guidelines:
- My campsite will not be more than 20×25 feet. Allowances for RVs.
- I will save NO MORE THAN TWO CAMPSITES besides my own up to 2pm Thursday. After that, I will welcome new folks to camp there.
- Park vehicles perpendicular to the roads to conserve space.
- Park all unnecessary vehicles in the Car Corral and earn raffle tickets.
- Use only camp stoves or grills for cooking. Make no ground fires. Leave no fire unattended. Have fire extinguisher handy.
- Use only local firewood purchased within 50 miles of Oak Hill.
- No luminaries! Landing on a tent could start a fire.
- Keep my campsite clean. Use trash and recycling barrels properly.
- Leave no debris on the ground. This is a working farm!
- Use no amplifiers. Play no loud recorded music at my campsite.
- Be super quiet from 10pm to 7am if camped in Quiet Camping.
- Drive only when necessary to reduce my impact on the land.
- Be considerate of my fellow campers. Follow the Golden Rule.
- Be patient and tolerant and even perform random acts of kindness.
- If I have a legitimate concern for anyone’s health or safety, I will seek assistance from Security or Medical personnel.
OTHER STUFF TO KNOW:
- No glass. Broken glass, barefoot children and hay farms just don’t mix.
- No pets. Sorry, we do not allow pets at Grey Fox. Call ahead. Most kennels require up to date shots, so be sure to bring documentation and food with you.
• Al-Ann Grooming & Boarding, Catskill, NY 518-945-1087
• Bed & Chow Pet Lodge, 11289 Rt 9W, Coxsackie, NY 518-731-6859 (3 mi from Coxsackie Exit off I-87)
• Carriage House, East Durham, NY 518-634-7009 (very close to festival)
• Hannacroix Kennels, Hannacroix, NY 518-756-2391
• Mainstay Kennels, 461 Route 385, Catskill, NY 518-943-7900 (Very close to NYS Thruway exit 21)
• Oak Hill Groom and Board, Route 81, Oak Hill, NY 518-239-6051 (very close to the festival)
• Pet Express Inn at the Albany Airport 518-785-0575
• Siam Kennels, Windham, NY 518-734-3168
• Valkin Kennels, Route 9, Valatie, NY 518-758-6195 (7 miles from I-90 exit 12)
- Use only locally purchased firewood!! Bringing in firewood from more than 50 miles away is strictly illegal in New York State. Moving firewood long distances can spread tree-killing pests like the emerald ash borer. Please purchase firewood in towns such as Greenville, Catskill, Cairo, Middleburgh or at The Milk Run on Rt 145 a mile from the site. To learn why using locally purchased firewood is so important, visit Don’tMoveFirewood.org
- Use garbage and recycling bins as marked and please keep your campsite clean. Remember, we’re on a farm that produces hay for dairy cows to munch.
- Dispose of anything that might make animals sick such as cigarette butts, instrument strings, plastic bags, paper, etc. Be sure your area is clean before leaving. Thank you.
- Field dress all smoking materials. No butts on the ground.
- Smoking is prohibited in concert areas. If you wish to smoke, move beyond the outside edge of the crowd. This applies to all performance tents and food service areas.
SEATING & ETIQUETTE IN CONCERT AREAS
- Seating in concert areas is on a first-come, first-served basis.
- In the High Meadow concert area only, you may leave your chair in place all weekend. Bring your own chairs or blankets. If you leave the concert area for a while, it’s the ‘Grey Fox Way’ to share your chair/blanket until you return.
- Do not block the view of others. See map for high chair, low chair and blanket sections. A high chair is one that a basketball can fit under.
- Sunbrellas may be set up along the perimeter of the High Meadow seating area. Staff can direct you.
- We provide two large shade tents in the High Meadow Concert Area. Bring your own chairs.
- For handicapped attendees, a tent is provided. Staff will assist.
- The Creekside Stage is tented, with about 300 chairs provided.
- For all other performance areas, please provide your own seating.
- Keep your area litter-free. When you leave, take trash & recycling with you.
- Last but not least, during any performance, please refrain from talking. Others are trying to hear and enjoy the music.
We wish you a wonderful festival experience.