Willow is cow patties, bugs, heat, and love.
What Willow Camping means:
The ‘campground’ where we spend our time is actually a cow pasture the other 362 days a year.
To stay in this pasture, as you might expect, there are some rules that we ask you to follow when deciding to camp for the weekend. If you have any questions, feel free to send us an email.
Camping rules and regulations
Camping is a privilege (on private land) extended to those who participate in the activities on the church grounds.
Please pay $20.00 per person admission for the weekend of camping, at the time of registration. Please make checks payable to “Willow Folk Festival”. If waiting to pay until arrival, the cost will be $25.00 per person and you will not be in the camping book for preferred camp sites. Children under the age of 8 will be admitted free. This will also allow you admission to the church grounds for both days.
Those who have prepaid will be given priority and will be allowed to choose their own camping sites. Those who chose to pay at the time of arrival will have to camp in the lower pasture. Space is limited! Preferential consideration is given to those annual co-operating participants.
Necessary requirements: — pre-registration application and prepay with complete name, address and telephone number. Do the same for each person you register on your slip. You will be notified by mail or telephone if your application is denied. Your registration form will be at the camp gates, so make sure it is accurate.
Campgrounds gates open
Friday 12:00 noon to 10:00 pm
Saturday – 7:00 am – 10:00 pm
Sunday – 7:00 am
Gates will be closed at 10:00 pm. 24 hour grounds patrol by officers and civilians. All campsites must be maintained in a safe, clean, orderly manner. You will need to provide your own camping equipment.
Trespassing is discouraged!!
Only registered campers, stage entertainers and paying program listeners are welcome on the campgrounds. For the safety of all on the roadway, bridges, barb-wire fences and private property, all children should be supervised by their parents, not the festival workers!!
No dogs allowed on campgrounds.