Camping at Weyfest is so much fun that even the locals camp when they could walk home!

The campsite is right next to the arenas and car park, so there’s no long walks. There are lovely hot showers and posh loos, a campervan and motorhome area, disabled area, glamping area and breakfast bar.

Camping or Glamping?

So you want to camp at Weyfest but you want the experience to be like everything else at Weyfest – posh! Well, if that’s the case, you might well be interested in glamping.. You arrive to your fully set-up luxury nomadic tent, complete with airbeds, rugs and lighting. If you’d like to know more, please visit the glamping section below.

General Campsite Information

The camp site is open from 10am each day till midday on Monday (please note that toilet and hook-up facilities may close earlier than midday Monday).

Please do not arrive earlier than the opening time as you will be directed to the car park in order to keep the road clear. Once the site is open, preference will be given to traffic on the road and you may have to remain in the car park until the road is clear of traffic ie. by arriving early you will most likely enter the site later.

There is no restriction on tent size within reason but if you are bringing a large tent that sleeps 6 we would like you to fill it with 6 people!

A weekend camping pass must be purchased for each occupant of a tent, campervan, caravan or glamp.

Access to the camp site is restricted to those who are wearing a camping wrist band. These are available for purchase now on the Tickets page.

Cars cannot be parked adjacent to tents but you may drop your camping equipment off in the camp site before parking your car.

Tents cannot be pitched adjacent to caravans or campervans  but there is a tent zone in the campervan field for those who wish to camp near to their friends that are in campervans. On arrival, simply follow signs for the motorhome/campervan site.

There are plenty of  POSH LOOS and showers are available in the main camp site using tokens which can be purchased either in advance from the Tickets page or from the ticket desk throughout the weekend.

Limited electrical hook-ups are available in the disabled camping zone, glamping zone and motorhome site but must be pre-booked from our Tickets page. Electrical hook-ups are not available in the general camping areas. Please read the notes on our FAQ page before purchasing.

Campervans & Caravans

Please note that each occupant of a Glamp, campervan, caravan or tent must purchase a weekend camping pass..

EG. 2 people in a campervan or caravan should buy 1 Campervan pass and 2 Camping passes.

3 people in a tent should buy 3 camping passes.

Camper/caravan pitches WILL sell out before the festival so we strongly advise that you reserve a pitch early.

All pitches are 6m x 8m 

Festival Glamping

You will have an elegant canvas nomadic tent, in the style of the Touareg tribe of North Africa. These traditional canvas homes are spacious, cool and very classy. Great for relaxing, entertaining friends, or just chilling in.

They come pre-erected and equipped with airbeds, solar lights, and rugs.

2, 4, and 6 person tents available

When the sun comes up canvas tents dont get ‘hot and sweaty’ like modern ‘plastic’ tents. The Touareg is especially cool having large netted openings at each end to allow the breeze to pass through, whilst keeping the bugs out. No pitching in the wind and rain and no carrying your camping gear miles across the festival. Camel Camp will be ready, waiting for you.

Camel Camp will be located in a premium position, close to facilities.

Electric hook-up is available in the glamping zone.

Bedding packages also available.

For more details visit

 Call 07446 228704 or email: [email protected]

Please note that each occupant of a tent will need to purchase a campsite pass.