Wanderlands camping is available Thursday thru Sunday for 3 day ticket holders. You can purchase tickets here. Camping passes are sold per person, not by campsite. Snowshoe camping is $80/person. Camping passes can also be purchased on site if there are spots available.
You can also camp with an RV in the Silver Creek area. RV Camping is $33/day.
Wanderlands is located at the bottom of the Thebse slopes, 100 yards from the lake. They are a short walk from the Ballhooter lift.
Getting from Wanderlands to the festival
Camping is just a 5 minute chairlift ride from the festival grounds. Lift ride is included in the camping pass purchase. You can dive from the village to the campsite as well -- it will take you 15-20 minutes.
Parking for Campers
There is a look for cars to drop off equipment and a mini truck to help shuttle hear. After you unload your vehicle you must park at the Top of the World in the village. You can leave your car there overnight. By car the parking is 15-20 minutes away but by chairlift it is only 5 minutes away! The chairlift runs from 7:30 AM - 7:30 PM daily. Missed the last chairlift? That’s OK, there will be a shuttle taking people from the festival to the campgrounds as well. The last shuttle will be 30 minutes after the music ends.
Indoor restrooms and sinks are available at the campgrounds as well as portable restrooms and showers.
- Power Hookups
Running water is available in the permanent restrooms.
Basic electricity will be available for cell phone charging.
Lockers are available at Top of the World and Expedition Station.
The Boathouse will serve breakfast daily near Wanderlands.
No water, sewer, picnic tables or fire rings, please!
Parking lot lights stay on all night
No campfires or open flames
Each site is 25’ x 30’
Sites are not pull through
- Limit of one vehicle per site
Campgrounds are closed to the public and you must have a wristband to enter
Camping is restricted to designated areas only
Campground check in closes at midnight on Friday
Quiet Hours: between 12:30 - 7:30 AM
Campers must use indoor/event restrooms and biodegradable cleaning agents
Propane or butane stoves can be used on the campgrounds
No food/trash left outside at any time
No feeding the wildlife
No amplified sound
No open flames (campfires, tiki torches, fireworks, candles, charcoal grills, etc)
No illegal substances, violence or weapons
No glass containers
No sleeping in cars at the accompanying parking lot
No parking next to your campsite. Must park in designated lot
No RV’s at Wanderlust campsite
Must have tent tags upon entry to camping areas
No unauthorized vending
- No tents in the RV camping site