Let the adventure begin! Pitch your tent under the stars, wake up with the waves and dig your toes into the sandy beach beneath your feet. The campsite is located less than 10 minutes away by foot from the main resort building.
You can camp for 4 or 5 nights during the festival. Four night camping has a check-in on Wednesday and check-out on Sunday. Five night camping has a check-in on Wednesday and check-out on Monday.
Camping passes are sold per person, not by campsite.
4-night passes: $140
5-night passes: $150
You can purchase your camping passes here.
+Cell phone charging station
+Complimentary coffee in the morning
+Hot showers and portajohns
+Camping Manager on duty 24hrs
General Camping Rules
+Alcoholic beverages can only be consumed in licensed premises.
+Smoking only permitted in designated areas (off onto the pavement in the parking lots).
+There are designated quiet areas in the campground. Please be respectful of those who want to find some peace and quiet.
+Wanderlust is a time for reflection and harmony. Offensive language including profanity not allowed.
+We love dogs, including yours! Please clean up after your dog, keep him/her on a leash, and be respectful of other campers.
+Please leave your camping space as clean—or cleaner!—than you found it. Dispose of trash properly in provided bins. If there is no more space in the available bins, please notify the Camping Manager.
+You cannot drive into the campground. If needed, campers can park at the entrance to Wanderlands and walk in their gear.
+No RVs or Vans
Q: When should I arrive and depart?
A: Campgrounds will be open starting Wednesday at 8am and close Monday at 12pm.
Q: What are the check-in hours?
A: Check-in hours on Wednesday start at 3:00 pm and end at 9:00 pm. On Thursday, check-in is from 3:00 pm to 9:30 pm. On Friday, check in is from 6:30 am to 2:00 pm. The camping check-in booth will have camping wristbands for those checking in late.**
**Early arrival is encouraged. arrivals after 11:00 pm may not be able to check in/ get their wristband until the next day. If this is the case, please set up camp and pick up a wristband in the morning at the compass.
Q: How do I reserve a campsite?
A: Campsites are first-come, first-serve. There will be plenty of spaces for ticket holders.
Q: How far away is the parking from tent sites?
A: There is plenty of ‘general’ parking near Wanderlands Camping. It is available on a first-come first-serve basis. Vehicles will not be permitted to park at the entrance to Wanderlands. This is permitted for off-loading vehicles only. You cannot drive into the campground. If needed, campers can park at the entrance to Wanderlands and walk in their gear.
Q: How far is the campground from Turtle Bay Resort?
A: It takes 7-10 minutes to walk to Turtle Bay Resort from the Campground.
Q: Are the bathrooms and sinks portable or in a building?
Q: What should I wear?
A: Come prepared for changing weather and possible low temperatures. Rain gear and both light and heavy clothes are advisable. There are no indoor or covered camping facilities, unless there is an emergency.
Q: Are camping passes available onsite?
A: Yes, IF they are still available.
Q: Are pets allowed?
Q: Are there refunds for camping?
A: There are no refunds on camping but you are more than welcome to transfer your camping ticket to another attendee.
Q: Are children allowed in Wanderlands?
A: Children must be accompanied by an adult and will require a camping pass if older than 13. Kids 13 and under are free, while attendees 14 and older will need a ticket to attend. No need to schedule children under 13 years of age, as they will follow their guardians’ schedule. Children under 13 are welcome in class accompanied by a ticket-holding adult, but please be mindful of other yogis around you in terms of class disruption etc.