Camping is definitely the best (and most responsible) way to enjoy the Albino Skunk and SpringSkunk Music Festivals. The camping fee is $30 per vehicle for General Camping and $50 for reserved RV/Trailer Lot Camping. The camping fee covers camping for all 3 nights of the festival (it is not a per-night fee). Click here to view a map of the SkunkFarm showing the General and RV/Trailer camping areas.
General Camping | The SkunkFarm has many great places to camp, both in open fields and under tree canopies. General camping sites are not reserved, so come early to claim your favorite spot! We also have an area set aside within General Camping for families only.
RV/Trailer Lot Camping | We have three RV Lots with specific sites that you can reserve in advance when you purchase your pass. The RV North Lot and Blueberry Hill RV Lot are reached through our main entrance on Jordan Road. The RV South Lot has a separate entrance on Jordan Road (follow the RV Land signs). Hook-ups are not available, but we do have several water fill stations.
RV/Trailer Lot reservations are made according to site number. Click here to view a map of the North and South RV Lots showing the site numbers. (Blueberry Hill RV Lot is not yet shown – it is on the hill behind the stage, to the left of “TENT CAMPING” on the map). A list indicating which sites are sold and which are still available will be located at the bottom of our Tickets page. Please request your desired site, by number, when you purchase your RV/Trailer camping pass. Follow the directions on the ticketing page for requesting a first, second and third choice. If all sites are shown as SOLD, we can still accommodate you! Send firstname.lastname@example.org an email and she’ll get everything worked out.
Generators | Generators are allowed ONLY in the RV Lots. Generators may be used in the RV North Lot anytime and in the RV South Lot and Blueberry Hill ONLY when the stage is shut down. Excessively loud generators have drawn complaints and are not allowed at any time. Generators should be rated at 70db or less, and no commercial generators should be used.
Campsite Music | Our campers enjoy hearing the music from the stage throughout the SkunkFarm. Please be respectful of your camping neighbors, and do not play amplified music loud enough to disturb your neighbors’ campgrounds. And please refrain from playing ANY amplified music after midnight.
Campfires | You may have a small campfire under the following conditions: someone must tend to any active campfire; campfires may only be started in the provided fire rings; you may be asked to put out any fires that appear to be inappropriate.
Trash/Recycling | Please be a responsible SkunkFarm camper and deposit all trash and recyclables into the appropriate receptacles. Glass bottles are not allowed on the property. Recycling containers are for aluminum and plastic only. Don’t forget that you are using someone else’s property – please treat it with respect and make sure to clean up after yourselves. Place your any trash bags by the gravel road on the way out of the property & we’ll pick it up for you!
Not into Camping? | There are many hotels in the Greer/Greenville/Spartanburg area, but we suggest the Quality Inn Greer, who will again be offering great SkunkFestFan rates! There are also many B & B’s in Landrum, SC, and Tryon and Saluda, NC if you’re into that sort of thing! Check out The Red Horse Inn for a great B & B!