Tent and RV camping spots will be available at this year's Indiana Fiddlers' Gathering. Please read through the following information to make sure you have a good time!
Admission & Pricing
Each individual who is camping at IFG will need a Festival Pass. You can save $10 by purchasing your Festival Pass in advance here. Festival camping is an additional, one-time fee and can be purchased at the event or in advance as a Festival Pass Add-On. There is a one-time fee that will need to be paid for each campsite used:
$20 - Tent or Car (Friday, June 23 - Sunday, June 25)
$30 - Camper or RV (Friday, June 23 - Sunday, June 25)
$25 Early Arrival Fee (Thursday, June 22 - Friday, June 23)
What do I need to camp?
A camper or tent plus admission pass. If you wish to camp in your car, you will pay the same as a tent camper.
When can I camp?
Check In: Friday June 23, noon*
Check Out: Sunday, June 25, 4 pm
*Early arrivals will be welcomed starting at 11 am on Thursday, June 22. An additional fee of $25 will be charged. For safety and liability purposes, festival guests who wish to camp must arrive no earlier than 11 am on Thursday, June 22.
Can we pre-register for camping?
You are able to purchase a camping add-on when buying tickets online, but you will still have to register upon arrival at the Camping Desk to pick up your camper tag.
Do we need reservations for camping?
No reservations are necessary, but you are able to pay the camping fee online when purchasing festival tickets. Registration and spot selection will be on a first come, first-served basis.
Where do we park?
Parking is convenient to the camping area. We have a designated parking area for tent campers who will not need to move their vehicles during the weekend.
What facilities are available?
Drinking water is available in the tent camping area at no charge. A portable shower will be available. Food is available on the grounds during festival hours. There are no RV hookups for water/sewer. There are permanent charcoal grills installed on the grounds you may use.
Is RV camping allowed?
A limited number of RV campsites are available. No water hookups or sewer. Please turn off generators during concerts.
Can we bring our pets?
NO pets on the festival grounds or campsites!
Can we have campfires?
Sorry, no campfires are allowed. The parks department will allow small raised grills high enough that it will do no harm to the grass. This is a public park, please take care of your spot.
Will you run out of primitive tent sites?
We have plenty of room. There is limited space but we've not run out of tent sites in 45 years of operation.