Camping

 

Hey campers! Did you know you can arrive as early as noon on Thursday? The festival officially starts on Friday, but the jammin’ and camping begins on Thursday!

Also, if you’re planning on going to the Mount St. Helens Bluegrass Festival in Toledo, WA or somewhere else close by the next weekend, you can continue camping at Winolequa Park until you’re ready to move or for a maxium total of 10 days.  (Just register with the park after the festival.)

Winolequa Park has plenty of room for dry camping. The $10 per night camping fee goes directly to the park. There are mowed grassy areas for rigs and tents as well as a separate area for tents only.

After entering the park, there is a small dirt road that goes beyond the fencing that leads to some shady camping spots under the trees. There is a smallish turn around on this road, so it is not recommended for big rigs.

There are wheelchair accessible restrooms (flush toilets) directly behind the concert seating area (grassy knoll). Additionally, there will be port-a-potties placed nearer to the camping areas. There are no shower facilities at the park. YET.

A children’s playground is adjacent to the stage area so parents and caregivers can enjoy performances while children play. Winolequa Park is a family friendly spot!

Click images below to enlarge photos of the park.