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Festival Camping Information and Rules 2023


Campers with a valid 3 day Festival Pass with Camping, and their kids, 16 and younger, may check in to the campground as early as 8 AM on Friday, June 2 and no later than 7 PM.

  • Please bring your proof of festival pass (on mobile app or printed) to show at the ticket booth.
  • Campers may begin lining up along the east side fence on Depot Drive for entry as early as 7 AM Friday and a driver must stay with your vehicle at all times
  • Be patient with our volunteers as they guide you through the campground, follow all directional signs and obey the 10 MPH speed limit and One Way road for safety
  • If you do not have a campground parking pass, you must unload and relocate your vehicle to the Bill Bailey Lot.
  • Campers must be checked out of the campground by Monday, June 5 at noon.


  • No driving in and out of the campground once the festival begins. If you anticipate a need to leave during the weekend, park your car in the Bill Bailey Lot.
  • You are NOT allowed to hold spots for other campers
  • Please be KIND! Camping area quiet time is 10pm - 8am. Be respectful of your neighbors and obey the following during quiet time:
    • No generators. Generators can be run during the day, but please keep them to a minimum so as not to disturb other campers.
    • No amplified sound
    • No drum circles
    • No excessive noise
  • Keep it GREEN!
    • PACK IN, PACK OUT - or place trash in containers/large receptacles provided. Recycling containers are also found around the park, we encourage you to use them for clean #1 and #2 plastics and aluminum cans
    • Dogs (well behaved) belonging to registered campers are allowed in the campground and must always be on a leash. Dogs are NOT allowed in the festival venue!
    • Bring your own water for the campground. You will have access to drinking water in the venue during festival hours. There is no water source in the campground.
    • Do not dump or drain gray or black water in the park. Do not bathe or wash dishes at water hydrants. Continuous water hook-ups are not available.
  • Keep it SAFE!
    • Fire pits are allowed in Ogden City, and must be constantly attended with an extinguishing source immediately available, such as a portable fire extinguisher, dirt, sand, or water barrel. The following are guidelines to follow for fire pits in Ogden City:

        • There must be a minimum distance of 25 feet from any structure.

        • The pile size must be 3 feet or less in diameter and 2 feet or less in height.

        • The pits can only be used for recreational use and burning of waste material is prohibited.

        • Burning yard debris is prohibited except during the permitted (burn permits) open burn season.

    • Fireworks of any kind are prohibited.
    • Do not carve, chop, cut or damage any live tree or plant.
    • No firearms, weapons or other projectile items allowed in the parks, including but not limited to BB guns, air guns, paint ball guns, pellet guns, sling shots, archery, pistols and rifles.
    • Speed limit in the campground is 10 MPH.
  • Keep track of your belongings: OFOAM is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

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