Camping at the Bluegrass Festival
All campers must have a weekend ticket. All tickets are sold at the gate. There are no advance tickets.
Camping is $10 per night prior to Friday of the festival. Campers are welcome starting the Thursday the week before the festival starts. It is not unusual to have over 100 campers the Sunday before the festival starts!
Attending the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival (ACD Festival) in Auburn, IN? Camping at the festival including music tickets is less than camping at Auburn and it is only a 20 minute drive.
There are 34 electric boxes with 50, 30 and 20 amp service. There are also a number of 15 amp outlets located in the various buildings and on some light poles. 15 & 20 amp outlets generally will not support A/C and electric heaters. We have accommodated over 400 rigs. Electric is $10 per rig one time charge.
Generators only allowed in a single remote area.
There are three buildings with hot showers.
There is an RV dump station at no charge and the honey wagon is available for $15. Service days are posted on the east end of the Merchants Building.
Camping is on first come first served basis. No roping off or holding of campsites. If you want to camp with friends you should all arrive together. If you come early and drop your camper, you still need to pay a $10 per night camping fee for all days and buy a weekend ticket. The fairgrounds charges us for trailers even if they are unoccupied.
Some areas have water hookups near the electrical box. Almost all the buildings have water faucets but you might need a long hose. All water is supplied by Kendallville city. We recommend filling and using your on-board water tank as needed versus a continuous hose connection.