Camping

Camping

Camping

Camping

Tickets for the 2021 festival weekends are on sale now

For many, a central part of the Festivarian experience is camping – sharing a meal with new neighbors, returning home after an exhilarating day of music to share a few tunes at the campsite.

Due to decreased capacity and COVID regulations, we will only be offering two campgrounds for the 2021 Festival: Town Park is adjacent to the Festival grounds (you can hear the festival from your tent); Mary E is 7 miles down valley.

In 2021, we will NOT be offering camping in Warner Field or Lawson Hill. We hope to re-open those campgrounds again in the future.

See below for camping rules and regulations. Once you have your camping passes, be sure to start thinking about our green campsite challenge. Or if sleeping under the stars isn’t your thing, check out the various lodging options.

(As official festival camping may not be an option for some budgets, here are several other regional campgrounds which may still have availability.)

Planet Bluegrass Campgrounds

The original campground of the Festival, Town Park is home to many of our large traditional camps who have made the sojourn to Telluride for decades.

Town Park - Tent Camping & Vehicles

Includes 4-day Pass

Distance from Festival: n/a, you’re there!

First Weekend: 

  • Opens: 8am on Wednesday, June 9, 2021
  • Closes: Noon on Monday, June 14, 2021

Solstice Weekend: 

  • Opens: 8am on Tuesday, June 15, 2021
  • Closes: Noon on Monday, June 21, 2021

Facilities: Potable water, coin-operated showers, permanent bathroom structures & porta potties

Vibe: The original campground of the Festival, Town Park is home to many of our large traditional camps who have made the sojourn to Telluride for decades. The year-round campground is located adjacent to the festival grounds and includes a waterfall, river, lots of shade, and a series of small hills and bowls. The campground is open days before the Festival and offers a unique chance to be truly immersed in the Festivarian Culture. Learn more about the culture, tradition, and community of Town Park at www.festivarian.com.

2021 Campsite Map: View the Town Park campsite map

Price: $1250 per weekend - FOR 10 CAMPERS

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The Mary E. Campground is located in the scenic Ilium Valley west of Telluride.

Mary E. Ilium - Tent Camping & Vehicles

Requires 4-Day Festival Pass

Distance from Festival: 7 miles

First Weekend:

  • Opens: 8am on Wednesday, June 9, 2021
  • Closes: Noon on Monday, June 14, 2021

Solstice Weekend:

  • Opens: 8am on Tuesday, June 15, 2021
  • Closes: Noon on Monday, June 21, 2021

Facilities: Potable water & porta potties available

Vibe: The Mary E. Campground is located in the scenic Ilium Valley west of Telluride. This campground is nestled in the woods, with the river nearby and lots of shade. Mary E. offers a more natural, backwoods camping experience than any of our other campgrounds. The shuttle ride to the festival is longer than for other campgrounds, but if you’re looking for a more traditional outdoor camping experience, it’s worth it.

2021 Campsite Map: View the Mary E campsite map

Price: $750 per weekend - FOR 10 CAMPERS

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General Camping Info

Campers’ Guide

“Hippie Jerry” Campsite Challenge