Camping is a big part of being at End of the Road. As with most festivals parking is separate to the campsites so be prepared for a short walk from the car parks to the camping areas. We have 6 camping areas: General, Family, Boutique, Disabled, Campervan / Caravans and Quiet.

General Camping is included in your Weekend ticket price and there is more information below about what that means. If you’ve like to camp in style, we have the following Boutique options available.

BOUTIQUE CAMPING

If you love festivals, but don’t fancy the stress of putting up your own tent, or maybe you just want to make the weekend that bit more special, then our boutique camping options could be for you. Located just beyond Family Camping, once you’re through the main wristband exchange you’ll need to check in at the reception of your boutique camping supplier in order to receive your additional boutique camping wristband.

Honeybells

Honeybells offer luxury Bell tents for 2, 4 or 6 people and Emperor tents for 6 or 8 people that can be kitted out with a range of furnishing options. In addition to this, campers staying in the boutique camping area will also have access to the Honeybells pamper tents, which include a chill out area, phone charging facilities, mirrors, hairdryers and lamps.

Visit Honeybells for more information and pricing.

The Pop-Up Hotel

The Pop-Up Hotel makes it’s End of the Road debut, with high-end luxury rooms that combine the romance of glamping with some of the services of a boutique hotel.The Pop-Up Hotel offer Yurts, Safari Tenthouses, Jnr. Tenthouses or Tenthouses.

Each room includes full linens and towels, toiletries for each guest, battery powered lighting, framed beds with mattresses and linens, deck chairs outside each room, clothing storage, fully carpeted flooring with rugs as well as furnished dining/living areas in the Tenthouses (including sofas, dining table and seating).

Visit The Pop-Up Hotel for more information and pricing.

Tangerine Fields

Tangerine Fields return to End of The Road once again, offering pre-pitched 2, 4, 6 and 8 man tents as well as unique boutique accommodations Geo Domes, Bedouin Tents, Bell Tents and Chill Out Hammock Tents. And new for this year they have a tent with blackout bedroom technology that allows for a longer more restful sleep.

They provide essential camping gear too, so you can arrive to tent fully kitted out with airbeds with sleeping bags and head torches. Tangerine Fields continue to provide the warmer 3-season sleeping bags to keep you cosier on the cold nights, and these are available for purchase only so you will need to take them home with you afterwards, or if you prefer to leave it behind they will donate the bag to homeless charities they work with.

If you’re booking with your friends, make sure you tell Tangerine Fields and they can ensure you’re all camped together no matter how late you get on site.

Visit Tangerine Fields for more information and pricing.

Toilet Blocks
We have flushing toilet trailers with real soap and running water. Each block is cleaned several times a day.

Showers
There are hot showers within the boutique campsite. Showers are open from 6am each morning until Midnight.

Water Points
There is drinking water located near the showers.

GENERAL CAMPING

Toilet Blocks
Each block is cleaned several times a day, and either has a hand wash station or is close to a standpipe. All toilets are equipped with antibacterial hand-soap.

Showers
There are lots of showers all located in one main block close to general and family areas. Showers are open from 6am each morning until Midnight.

Water Points
These are located every 100m along the campsite road.

Litter
There are waste and recycling bin bags available from wristband exchange. Please help us to Leave no trace.

Lockup
Located in General Camping near the entrance to the village.

 

FAMILY CAMPING

Family Camping is located closest to the car parks and wristband exchange. This area is ideal for families with young children, expect quieter evenings but earlier mornings! There are some notable differences in facilities available here:

Toilet Blocks
There are baby changing facilities located at each toilet block.

Water Points
There is drinking water located at the north toilet block, on your way to the showers.

Lighting
There are several lighting points, these are to aid security and stay on all night. If you prefer it a bit darker, camp away from lighting poles. Please note these do make a bit of noise.

QUIET CAMPING

Quiet Camping is a little further to walk from your car and a little further away from the village but it means you won’t get noise from stages at night. This area is suitable for anyone who prefers it a little quieter or is a light sleeper. To get there you head past Family Camping and continue down the main general camping pathway. When you reach the next major crossroads you head right away from the Village towards the back of the field. You will be able to follow signs on site.

Water Points
These are located at each toilet block.

CAMPERVAN & CARAVAN AREA

This is located between the main/yellow car park and wristband exchange, if you are towing a vehicle you can drive to this field. The separation of main camping area and the Campervan/Caravan field is necessary on safety grounds.

This allows 1 car and caravan or 1 campervan. We also allow a small tent or awning within the pitch. This is for children or people travelling in the same vehicle as you – if you have lots of friends in tents they will have to go in the main campsite. Second vehicles will need to be parked in the normal car parks.

Toilet Blocks

There is one toilet block located in the campervan/caravan field. It is cleaned several times a day and either has a hand wash station or is close to a stand pipe. All toilets are equipped with antibacterial hand-soap.

Elsan Point
This is located at the main toilet block. Please use the Elsan point, not the toilets.

Showers
There are showers in the Campervan/Caravan field. Showers are open from 6am each morning until Midnight.

Water Points
These are located near the showers.

Lighting
There are several lighting points, these are to aid security and stay on all night. If you prefer it a bit darker, camp away from lighting poles. Please note these do make a bit of noise.

Rules for Caravans / Campervans and other live ins.

  • Please empty your chemical toilets in the Elsan point.
  • If you use water, please arrive with your tank full.
  • Do not let your sink / water outlet drain directly onto the ground, a proper waste tank / roll barrel must be used.
  • Generators are not allowed. There are no power points available for live-in vehicles
  • If you have LPG gas, please make sure it is safely stored

ACCESSIBLE CAMPING

The campsite and car park are both located at the bottom of the drive­ – just past the box office.

Accessible camping and parking needs to be booked in advance, please email access@endoftheroadfestival.com to do so. Cars can be parked next to the accessible camping area. Those wishing to stay in a live in vehicle must also purchase a campervan within their ticket order, similar to general camping requirements.

Your family and friends may also camp with you (up to a group of 5 only) but their cars must be in the main car park and they will have to carry their gear.

Ease of Access Toilets
Are cleaned several times each day and located near the campsite entrance. There will also be ease of access toilets by the Lodge, the Big Top, the Gardens stage and the top of the Woods Stage.

Ease of Access Showers
There are showers located next to the toilets in the disabled camping area.

Water Points
These are located near the showers.

For more information on Accessibility at End of The Road head here.