Camping - The Divide Music Festival

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July 22 – 24 | Winter Park, CO

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car camping

Load up your tent and best friends in the car for the music festival experience just steps from your camping spot. This is real no-frills Colorado camping folks, so expect to see the stars and get a little dirty. We’re keeping this festival as low impact as we can, so please pack it in and pack it out.

Questions?

Car Camping Guidelines

  • Car camping space is one 10×30 spot. With one car per spot, you can have as many people camp in your spot as you can comfortably fit as long as you do not intrude on your neighbor. We think 4 humans is pretty comfortable.
  • Car camping passes are for exactly that… cars! Don’t try to show up to the Car Camping lot in your RV, that’s a separate area. Just one standard size car may be parked per space. If you leave with your car you will not be permitted back in. There will be no in/out via vehicle. No exceptions.
  • Camping pass does not provide access to festival grounds. You’ll need a Festival Pass to get access to all the music.
  • No vending in the campgrounds. All vendors must be registered through the festival in designated areas.
  • Acoustic instruments only please, noise curfew at 1:00am. This means you, 2am bongos guy…
  • No ATVs or small motorized vehicles will be allowed in camping area or festival grounds.
  • Don’t be a jerk.

Car Camping Amenities

  • Drinking water stations
  • Porta potties
  • Trash and recycling receptacles – you may be fined for littering
  • Access to showers ($10 per shower, open 9:30am-5pm)
  • Please note we will not provide electricity

Getting There

You can start your weekend early and claim your camping spot on Thursday. Car Camping pass gets you 4 nights of camping.

Thursday 10am – Load in start
Monday 12pm – You don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here

See the Map for camping lots.

Items not permitted in Car camping area

Cars will be searched upon entry for the following items that are not permitted inside the campgrounds or festival:

  • Weapons or drugs of any kind (yes, even the legal ones)
  • Pets – service animals must have paperwork
  • Glass bottles or containers
  • Kegs
  • Nitrous gas
  • External speakers, furniture, refrigerators or carpeting
  • Drones and laser pointers
  • Fireworks or fire lanterns
  • Campfires or open flames (propane camping stoves permitted)
  • Drug paraphernalia of any kind, yes even the legal ones. Don’t forget – it’s still illegal to consume cannabis in public in CO.

Loud music, parties and anything else that disturbs neighbors or other campers will not be tolerated. We do not expect total quiet; however please be respectful of your fellow campers and Fraser area residents. All camping areas will have a nightly curfew of 1:30am.

Food & Drink

 

  • Bring all the food, drinks and alcohol you’d like, but you’ll need to leave it at your camp site. Outside food and drink won’t be allowed into the festival grounds.
  • Underage drinking will not be tolerated. Yes, we can ID you in the camping area.
  • We know you’re gonna have a few beers, but do us (and yourself) a favor and self-regulate your consumption. Overconsumption will not be tolerated.
  • Don’t forget to hydrate! Drinking water stations will be available in camping and festival grounds.
  • No dishwashing stations will be available.
  • Anything in glass containers will be confiscated – make sure your wine is in a box.

 

Tips & Tricks

  1. Pace yourself: Stay hydrated and bring plenty of sunscreen and hats. Remember you’re at high altitude and can’t count beer as your calories for the day.
  2. Bring a good tent: With the ability to secure it. Wind happens.
  3. Stay level: You’re camping in Colorado – there will be some uneven ground with rocks etc. Bring a sleeping mat if your back is a little sensitive.
  4. Let your freak flag fly: Mark your tent with something identifiable. Make sure you know what your weekend home looks like and how to find your own bed. Your neighbors may not like you accidentally crashing their pad.
  5. Food & Beverages: There will be food trucks open during festival hours but if you’re planning on staying the night or camping on the cheap, bring your own food. Ice will be available for purchase.
  6. Clothing/Shoes: This festival is in a field. It’s a nice field with lots of great music and events but it’s still a field. Bring appropriate shoes and clothes in case we get some of those Colorado summertime showers.
  7. Electronics: If you bring your phone or iPad or beeper, just be aware that service can be limited as A) you will be in the mountains and B) there will be thousands of other people trying to post that epic photo at the same time.
  8. Let there be light. Enjoy the fresh mountain air and brilliant stars at night. But bring a flash light or head lamp to light your way back to the campsite and facilities. Don’t let the boogie man get you.
  9. Lock it down. Last we checked tents don’t have real doors. And cars aren’t always theft proof either. Bottom line, if it’s valuable don’t bring it. We are not responsible for lost or stolen items on camping or festival grounds.
  10. Bring your own comforts: Think ahead for what will make your camping experience comfortable. We highly recommend pillows, pads, sleeping bags, and of course earplugs are a must for anyone who actually likes to sleep. Did we mention this is a music festival?
  11. Bring your friends. If you have a big group and need two spaces, make sure to enter the camp grounds together. You will not be able to save a space for your friends.

Rent Camping Equipment

Outdoors Geek and Divide Music Festival have teamed up to provide camping gear rental options for all of our  campers!

Order your gear now for DMF, and it will be ready for you to claim when you arrive. Once you are done rocking out to your favorite bands, pack up your gear and drop it back off at the Outdoors Geek Camping Store. It’s really that simple, it’s like the Netflix of camping. So order now before things sell out!

rv camping

Bring your RV or pop up camper to get that Colorado camping experience, without sleeping on the ground. Remember you’re still camping in the mountains, no pumping/filling stations on site and your spot will not be paved.

Questions?

RV Camping General Guidelines

  • RV and pop up camping space is one 20×50 spot. With one RV per spot, you can have as many people camp in your spot as you can comfortably fit as long as you do not intrude on your neighbor.
  • The RV camping area is only for RVs and pop ups. If you leave with your RV or vehicle, you will not be permitted back in. No exceptions.
  • No plug ins or electricity will be accessible.
  • Pumping services not included with camping pass (fee per service).
  • Camping pass does not provide access to festival area. You’ll need a Festival Pass to get access to all the music.
  • No vending in the campgrounds. All vendors must be registered through the festival in designated areas.
  • Acoustic instruments only please, noise curfew at 1:00am. This means you, 2am bongos guy…
  • No ATVs or small motorized vehicles will be allowed in camping area or festival grounds.
  • Don’t be a jerk.

RV Camping Amenities

  • Drinking water stations
  • Porta potties
  • Trash and recycling receptacles – you may be fined for littering
  • Access to showers ($10 per shower, open 9:30am-5pm)
  • Please note we will not provide electricity

Getting There

You can start your weekend early and claim your camping spot on Thursday. RV Camping pass gets you 4 nights of camping.

Thursday 10am – Load in start
Monday 12pm – You don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here

See the Map for camping lots.

Items not permitted in RV camping area

RVs will be searched upon entry for the following items that are not permitted inside the campgrounds or festival:

  • Weapons or drugs of any kind (yes, even the legal ones)
  • Pets – service animals must have paperwork
  • Glass bottles or containers
  • Kegs
  • Nitrous gas
  • External speakers, furniture, refrigerators or carpeting
  • Drones and laser pointers
  • Fireworks or fire lanterns
  • Campfires or open flames (propane camping stoves permitted)
  • Drug paraphernalia of any kind, yes even the legal ones. Don’t forget – it’s still illegal to consume cannabis in public in CO.

Loud music, parties and anything else that disturbs neighbors or other campers will not be tolerated. We do not expect total quiet; however please be respectful of your fellow campers and Fraser area residents. All camping areas will have a nightly curfew of 1:30am, RV generators must be shut off at 1am.

Food & Drink

  • Bring all the food, drinks and alcohol you’d like, but you’ll need to leave it at your camp site. Outside food and drink won’t be allowed into the festival grounds.
  • Underage drinking will not be tolerated. Yes, we can ID you in the camping area.
  • We know you’re gonna have a few beers, but do us (and yourself) a favor and self-regulate your consumption. Overconsumption will not be tolerated.
  • Don’t forget to hydrate! Drinking water stations will be available in camping and festival grounds.
  • No dishwashing stations will be available.
  • Anything in glass containers will be confiscated – make sure your wine is in a box.

Tips & Tricks

  1. Pace yourself: Stay hydrated and bring plenty of sunscreen and hats. Remember you’re at high altitude and can’t count beer as your calories for the day.
  2. Bring a good tent: With the ability to secure it. Wind happens.
  3. Stay level: You’re camping in Colorado – there will be some uneven ground with rocks etc. Bring a sleeping mat if your back is a little sensitive.
  4. Let your freak flag fly: Mark your tent with something identifiable. Make sure you know what your weekend home looks like and how to find your own bed. Your neighbors may not like you accidentally crashing their pad.
  5. Food & Beverages: There will be food trucks open during festival hours but if you’re planning on staying the night or camping on the cheap, bring your own food. Ice will be available for purchase.
  6. Clothing/Shoes: This festival is in a field. It’s a nice field with lots of great music and events but it’s still a field. Bring appropriate shoes and clothes in case we get some of those Colorado summertime showers.
  7. Electronics: If you bring your phone or iPad or beeper, just be aware that service can be limited as A) you will be in the mountains and B) there will be thousands of other people trying to post that epic photo at the same time.
  8. Let there be light. Enjoy the fresh mountain air and brilliant stars at night. But bring a flash light or head lamp to light your way back to the campsite and facilities. Don’t let the boogie man get you.
  9. Lock it down. Last we checked tents don’t have real doors. And cars aren’t always theft proof either. Bottom line, if it’s valuable don’t bring it. We are not responsible for lost or stolen items on camping or festival grounds.
  10. Bring your own comforts: Think ahead for what will make your camping experience comfortable. We highly recommend pillows, pads, sleeping bags, and of course earplugs are a must for anyone who actually likes to sleep. Did we mention this is a music festival?
  11. Bring your friends. If you have a big group and need two spaces, make sure to enter the camp grounds together. You will not be able to save a space for your friends.
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