CAMPING & PARKING
Camping is included with all multi-day passes, and is available on a first
come, first served basis. If on-site camping fills to capacity, off-site
camping is provided.
- Detailed arrival info will be available this spring.
Camping is designated on a first come, first served basis. When on-site camping
is at capacity, off-site camping will be assigned. The fairgrounds have permanent
restrooms and showers, and we supplement the facilities with ample portable toilets,
a shower trailer and a portable sink unit. Camping at High Sierra can be quite
cozy, especially in the more popular areas such as Shady Grove, Hillside and
Big Meadow. Please be courteous and take only the space you need. Roping off
areas and saving space for latecomers is not acceptable festival etiquette. Regardless
of where you camp, bring shade structures, tarps or anything that will help create
a shaded area in your campsite as summer days in Quincy are very warm.
More info on HSMF Green Campsite Challenge
We try to create a more kid-friendly environment in the eastern end of the Shady
Grove campground (quieter late at night; louder early in the morning). If you've
got little ones in tow and you are interested in camping in Family Camp, let
your shuttle driver or parking attendant know and you'll be pointed in the right
direction. An On-site Vehicle Pass is required for parking in Family Camp, and
as always space is designated on a first come, first served basis.
Show Sherpa Camping
Are you searching for a hassle-free High Sierra camping experience? The Show Sherpa is here to help! Leave the camping gear behind and let The Show Sherpa do the heavy lifting. Located in the Shady Grove Campground, your tent is set up when you arrive and we take it down after you leave. Stand up and stretch! No tiny dome tents here. The Sherpa Village is outfitted with large Eureka! cabin style tents with almost seven feet of headroom and 100 square feet of space, not to mention the sturdy comfortable camping cots. The Show Sherpa’s pre-pitched tent rentals also include camping chairs, a lantern, and all Sherpa Village amenities featuring FREE COFFEE in the morning, a complimentary bag of ice daily, large shade tents filled with comfy chairs for relaxing in between the music. We have a full camp kitchen including a large gas grill, an expedition stove as well as all the pots, pans & utensils you need to make a great meal to refuel for more dancing. Please check back for details on how to book your spot in The High Sierra Sherpa Village.
Vehicle Passes ($125.50) are available only to those with 4-day festival passes. There are no vehicle ins and outs. On-site parking spaces will be
assigned on a first come, first served basis according to our parking
plan. Parking areas and camping areas are separate - walk-in camping
areas are close to parking areas. Single day parking is located off-site in our Express Lot.
On-site RVs and Buses
A very limited number of On-site RV Passes ($399.50) are required
for all vehicles longer than 18' including trailers. On-site RV passes
are available only to those with 4-day festival passes. RVs and buses
will be assigned spaces based on what is available at the time of
entry. Hookups are not guaranteed. RV passes are entitled to a 15'w x 35'l space which
must include your vehicle and any tents or shade structures. If the
vehicle is longer, please contact us in advance for special placement. Tow vehicles must be removed from Big Meadow and RV Town after trailer is set.
Patrons with a valid, state-issued accessible parking placard or tag must purchase the appropriate parking pass in order to park on site. Upon arrival, show the parking attendant your Vehicle Pass and valid accessible placard and you will be directed to our Accessible Camping, centrally located within the fairgrounds and in close proximity to accessible bathhouses. In an effort to better serve our patrons with mobility disabilities, we ask that a pre-festival Accessible Camping and Parking Request Form be submitted.
Off-site RVs and Busses - RV Annex and Grandview
RV Annex Passes ($130.50) are required for all RV parking on any festival property, including RV Annex and Grandview (RVs only; see map below). RV Annex and Grandview are an easy walk to the fairgrounds. Both sites are dry camping
- no hook-ups available.
Classic Adventures RV Trailer Compound
Can't find a room in town? Want to stay in a trailer, but don't want the hassle of driving one up? Let Classic Adventures RV take care of you. They are setting up a small trailer village complete with fresh water and power hook-ups located in Grandview Campground, just a short stroll away from Gate 3. No RV Annex pass required. If interested, contact Dane or Dick at 775-825-1200 ext 3.
Off-site Festival Parking - Express Lot
Off-site parking with shuttle service to the festival is available in our Express Lot (see map below). Multi-day and single-day ticket holders may park in the Express Lot. Camping is not permitted. Parking fee TBD. Vehicle ins and outs are permitted. (Also see Camp Panorama below for off-site camping and parking.)
Camping and Parking in Shady Grove Annex
Shady Grove Annex is adjacent to the fairgrounds (see map below) and a quick, easy walk to the main fairgrounds entrance. You may park your vehicle or RV in Shady Grove Annex; RV Annex Pass is required. Shady Grove Annex is dry camping
- no hook-ups available.
Off-site camping and parking at Camp Panorama
Off-site tent camping is located 1 mile from Gate 3 of the Fairgrounds. Vehicles are required to have a Camp Panorama parking pass ($40). No oversized vehicles, trailers, or RVs permitted. 24 hour shuttle service will be provided.
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Thinking about renting an RV or trailer? Consider Classic Adventures RV in Reno, High Sierra's preferred RV provider.