Festival Camping Information

First come, first served camping is FREE with weekend wristband purchase.

First come, first serve camping options include Hardwood Haven, Disc Golf Camp and New 40.

Reserved Camping

March 15 – June 30
$75 New Reservations based on availability

Parking Pass

$10 | Required for every vehicle
Limit two vehicles per campsite
Volunteers & Coordinators receive complimentary parking pass

Reservations are not required to camp. First come first served field camping is RV/travel trailer friendly. Camping is included with all weekend wristbands.

If you do not reserve a campsite, you will be directed to Disc Golf Camp, Hardwood Haven or the New 40 based on availability.

Must Read – Camping Rules!

  • No parking or camping is allowed along the road Thursday night prior to the festival; Line up starts Friday at sunrise
  • All vehicles entering Blissfest property must purchase a parking pass even if you have a reserved campsite
  • Hardwood Haven tent camping is first come first serve
  • Our rustic campsites are 25′ x 50′

Camping FAQs

No, ground fires, open flames, or charcoal appliances are permitted. Bottles gas or white gas units may be used but supervision is required. There are Blissfest maintained fires at the Drum Kiva.
First-come first-served camping is included in your weekend wristband. Limit 8 people per campsite and 2 vehicles. Only weekend wristband holders are eligible to camp.
Yes, Campsites are numbered and measure 25′ x 50′.
The deadline for 2023 Campsite Renewals is March 1st. Member and Coordinator Reservations open March 8th. New reservations opens March 15 - June 30 based on availability.
NO, Blissfest has no RV hookups or water fill ups. Camping is rustic. Portable toilets, hand washing stations, recycling, compost, trash barrels, solar showers and potable fresh water are provided.
NO, generators are not allowed.
There is drinking water available at many water outlets in the camp area and concert area. This is water from 250 ft. well and it is very tasty. No need to bring bottled water.
It is good to make a checklist. Plan on bringing the items you would normally take for a camping trip for the weekend. There is not very much shade at the main stage area, so be prepared to protect yourselves and your young ones from the sun and dehydration. Be sure to bring sunscreen, first aid kit, FM radio, food, beverages and snacks, towels, blankets, small chairs for stage watching, sun hats, rain gear, warm clothing for unpredictable northern Michigan weather. A good tent and sleeping gear is also a must if you are camping. Please do not bring things of value! Blissfest cannot be responsible for lost items. Plan responsibly and you will increase your chances of greater Bliss!
We do have solar showers available for use. They are separated into male and female sections but do not have individual stalls. We recommend wearing a bathing suit and flip-flops (the floor is cement).
Yes, there is a shuttle that runs to Sturgeon Bay at various times throughout the weekend. And you are welcome to drive there on your own.
It is not possible to find an absolutely quiet spot. New 40 camping is the darkest and quietest.
Yes. With a weekend wristband and vehicle parking permit in a designated field campsite.
First come, first served camping is included in the price of a weekend wristband. Reserved sites are $75.
No. You must purchase a weekend wristband to be able to camp.
Yes, you may camp wherever you wish. You still need to abide by the laws of the State of Michigan including alcohol restrictions. Security will be monitoring the campgrounds.
Please make sure you arrive during open-gate hours, otherwise, we will be happy to see you the next day when the gate opens. No entry after the gate closes each night. Gate Hours FRI 9 AM - 11 PM SAT 9 AM - 11 PM SUN 9 AM - 10 PM
Yes, with a valid accessible permit. Please contact Blissfest to check availability.
Monday by 12 PM all vehicles and campers must be off Blissfest grounds.
How to Find Your Bliss
Set Up Your Bliss Campsite

Who Needs Rollover Information?​

  • ONLY 2020 orders that have already been paid for.
  • People who rolled over their 2020 order and wish to keep their campsite for 2022.
Rollover for Camping

Who Needs to Re-Register?​ All Grandfathered Site Holders

  • Everyone who reserved a site in 2019 or 2020 and did not rollover their order.
  • Members who requested a refund on their camping order from 2020 re-register.
  • Members who did not make a 2020 campsite order but are grandfathered from 2019 re-register.
Re-Register Camping