Camping & Accommodation

Bigfoot has three main camping areas and numerous options. Whatever your accommodation at Bigfoot everyone must have secured a weekend ticket to be allowed access to the site. So once you’ve booked your Weekender pass, it’s time to decide where to stay!

General Camping

This is the main camping area and is included in the general ticket price. You’ll be able to come and pitch your own tent – the classic festival set up. The campsite is a stone’s throw from the festival arena site and sits in the shadow of the rather glorious Ragley Hall.

Tangerine Fields

If you’re not a festival expert and the idea of putting up a tent strikes the fear of God into you, then why not look at our pre-erected tents through Tangerine Fields. For a small fee, you’ll arrive and be shown to your tent, throw your bags in and get the party started.

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Quiet Camping

There is a section of general camping further away from the arena for quieter camping. We don’t allow any amplified music here and ask everyone to keep voices down after 11:30 PM.

Family Camping

Bigfoot is definitely family-friendly and so we’ve put together a family camping area. Located away from the main camping area, family camping will have an earlier noise curfew and extra facilities such as baby changing. 

For Family camping just book a general ticket and head to the family camping area / parking on arrival.

Boutique Camping

Boutique Camping is the one! Located right by the lake and opposite the festival arena, it is the primo way to enjoy Bigfoot. Rather than be too chichi – we’ve tried to keep it as affordable as we can. Boutique Camping will enjoy its own, rather premium toilet and shower facilities too, as well as hot bar food.

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For any Boutique Camping Enquiries please use subject line ‘Bigfoot Festival’ and email [email protected]

Bell Tents

You can choose from 2,3,4 person Bell Tents with three different levels of comfort:

Luxury – 5m bell tent, ground sheet, metal-framed beds with foam mattress, duvet, bed throws, cushions, towels, lanterns, mirrors, chairs and furniture! Wowzers!

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Classic – 5m bell tent, ground sheet, airbed with sheets, duvets, pillows, towels, cushions, some seats and furniture. Doing in style!

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Basic – this is the DIY option. You will get the 5m bell tent with airbeds, but you need to bring all bedding / sleeping bags etc to make the place your own.

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Glamping – Octopad

The option with the biggest footprint at Bigfoot. The Luxury Octopad sleeps up to people 4, it provides a lovely communal space, combining the light airy feel of sleeping under canvas with the extra luxury of a solid floor, walls and a lockable door. You’ll have wooden beds, electricity hook up, spot lights and side tables.

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Luxpad

Moving away from tents, you have the option of hiring the luxpad. This fits 2 people and features 1 solid pine double bed with foam mattresses and fitted sheets, mains 240v electricity, hanging shelving and coat hooks, lockable wooden door, spotlights and mirror, carpet, optional sit easy package (camping chairs, table and lantern). The ultimate luxury accommodation at the festival.

Luxpads measure 2.3m x 2.8m, reaching a height of 2m at the highest point

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Luxpad outside
Luxpad close up inside
Luxpad inside

Live – In Vehicles

We have a limited amount of ‘live-in’ vehicle spaces at Bigfoot festival. Whether it’s a VW Camper, Caravan or Californian RV we have you covered. 

To be clear, live-in vehicles are specifically designed or converted to sleep in. No cars, unless towing a caravan will be allowed into this space.

We have three sizes of pitch: 

6m x 4m

9m x 6m

Larger (Please email [email protected] to enquire)

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