IT'S NOT DEAD FESTIVAL Weekend Camping Info at San Bernardino County's Glen Helen Regional Park
Camp site hours - Friday, October 9TH @ 3:00 PM to Sunday, October 11th @ 10:00 AM
Complete your It's Not Dead Festival experience by camping at the festival at San Bernardino County's Glen Helen Regional Park! Camping passes allow you to extend your journey by staying close to the venue where you can sleep beneath the night stars and walk to and from the event each night! The campgrounds for It's Not Dead are located directly across the street from San Manuel Amphitheater. See this map for walking directions from the venue to the campgrounds. Signs will direct you! Join our camping community and make new friends before you even enter the festival!
Purchase a camping pass before they sell out and we'll see you at It's Not Dead Festival!
Extremely limited spots available
FOR CAMPING RESERVATIONS CALL:
Full RV Hook ups:
Two Day $200.00
One Day $100.00 (can only reserve 72 hours prior to the event if available)
No Hook up (Dry Camp)
Two Day $150.00
One Day $70.00 (can only reserve 72 hours prior to the event if available)
All attendees in the campsite must be at least 18 years of age and have their own camping wristband. Attendees who do not have camping wristband will not be allowed into the campgrounds.
You only need to buy one camping pass per car. Note that those camping within your campsite will receive a wristband upon entry that will be necessary to re-enter the campsite after the event. Friends you meet at It's Not Dead Festival will not be permitted to enter the campgrounds with you after the show unless they were part of the original party that arrived with you.
You must travel with only the legal amount of people that can fit in your car/truck and you may not sleep in a van. (only 6 guests per campsite)
Upon arrival you will be directed to the next available camping area. Please try to use a minimal amount of space around you or your vehicle so that others can share the grounds.
The average weather this time of year can range from 75-85, but temperatures can drop down to the 60's or even mid 50's at night. Please come prepared for temperature fluctuations.
Portable toilets will be available within the campgrounds.
Please be sure to respect your fellow campers!
Quiet time will be enforced from 12AM to 8AM each night.
Please take care of your valuables. Neither It's Not Dead Festival, San Bernardino County, nor the venue (San Manuel Amphitheater, and Live Nation is responsible for any lost or stolen items.
Underage use or possession of alcohol will not be tolerated.
Please obey all of the "No Trespassing" signs
Violation of any campground rule or policy may also lead to fines/and removal from campgrounds.
Restrooms and showers for men and women will be available in the campground
Propane grills are allowed
In the event of inclement weather, including lightning/rain, etc., we would advise you to take shelter in your vehicles. If you're inside the venue during this time, please exit calmly for everyone's safety and return to your campsite until the storm clears and you are notified of the resumption of the event.
Camping Suggestions - What should I bring with me?
A tent (you'd be surprised!)
Tennis balls or caps for stakes used in the ground
LOTS of water!!
Clothing for all temperatures - the nights can be chilly.
Lotion Sunscreen/sunblock. No SPRAY allowed.
Food and drink can be brought inside the campgrounds.
Non-amplified (acoustic) musical instruments
Your happy, smiling face ready have fun!
All campers must be packed and vacated from the campgrounds by 10:00 AM, Sunday October 11, 2015
$200 for Friday thru Sunday. There will be a very limited number of RV passes available, so please purchase one early if this is your preferred method of camping.
Please note all campers in the RV area MUST be at least 18 years of age.
Each camper must have his or her own camping wristband, which will be distributed upon campground check-in.
Only (1) RV pass is required per RV.
The following are strictly prohibited:
Glass containers are not permitted in the campgrounds.
Weapons of any kind including knives are not permitted.
Unauthorized vending of food or merchandise, including alcohol, is prohibited.
There is a zero tolerance policy for drugs and drug paraphernalia
Each camper and their vehicle will be subject to search upon entry to the campsite.
Gas generators are not allowed (however, solar-powered generators are okay!)
Fireworks of any kind are not permitted.
Each patron must be 21 to drink within the camping area. If you enter the campground with beer or wine, your government issued ID will be checked to verify you are 21 years of age. The San Bernardino Sheriff Dept. will frequently enter the campgrounds and ID campers drinking alcohol at random. If you are underage, you run the risk of receiving a citation or even being arrested if you are illegally consuming an alcoholic beverage. Carry your government issued identification AT ALL TIMES.
Animals are not allowed in the campgrounds or within the festival. Please seek accommodations for your pets in a local kennel or with caretakers during your time at It's Not Dead Festival. You will not be permitted onto the campgrounds with a dog.
Please don't turn your vehicle into a giant advertisement! Any vehicle with sponsorships or ads will be turned away at the entrance
Campers are expected to behave in a manner that is courteous to other campers and event staff members. These are your neighbors for the next three days, so please do your best to respect each other.
All campers must abide by the IT'S NOT DEAD FESTIVAL CAMPERS CODE OF CONDUCT.
All campers must be 18 years of age or older with proof of government issued ID. Each camper must have a festival and camping ticket.
Camping lots open: Friday 10/9/2015 at 3:00 PM. Please DO NOT show up a day early as there will be no staff to check you in. Any prohibited items that are confiscated at any time of entry or throughout the duration of the event will NOT be returned. Please don't bring prohibited items.
It's Not Dead Festival and San Bernardino County's Glen Helen Regional Park Camping Code of Conduct
It's Not Dead Festival is committed to creating a safe, memorable, and comfortable experience for our guests. In order to provide an environment where guests can enjoy the festival, we have instituted a IT'S NOT DEAD FESTIVAL CAMPING CODE OF CONDUCT inside the festival grounds and Camping area.
The following actions can result in a warning and/or ejection of camping party.
Irresponsible use of alcohol.
Public nudity, lewd behavior.
Accessing restricted areas without proper passes.
Taunting, bullying, abusive, disruptive language and or obscene gestures.
Moving RV or vehicle to another location after placement by festival staff.
Parking or extending any part of RV or tent in fire lanes or outside designated marked area.
Playing music during enforced quiet hours
Failing to cooperate/comply with campground safety officers
The following actions will result in immediate ejection:
Relieving your bladder or bowels anywhere other than approved restrooms/port-a-potties. Please remember you're in a shared space.
Fighting or engaging in any action that may harm, endanger, threaten or bring discomfort to anyone.
Engaging in sexual behavior in public.
Possession/use of illegal drugs.
Damage, destruction, vandalism or theft of any property.
If a guest participating in this behavior is uncooperative or a persistent offender, he/she will be removed from the festival site. In certain situations, the offender may be arrested.
You must be 21 years of age to bring or consume beer or wine within the campgrounds. ID's will be checked upon entry with alcohol and periodically.
How much beer am I permitted to bring into the campgrounds?
You are allowed to bring up to one case of beer per person or a reasonable equivalent and one box of wine per person. You can not bring any liquor, any glass bottles, any kegs - keep it simple. If security deems an excessive amount of alcohol is being brought into the campgrounds, they may refuse permit you to enter the grounds or confiscate the excess amount of alcohol.
Can we park our cars next to our tents?
Yes! Your car must be parked next to your tent in the campsite.
Will I be able to reserve a campsite next to mine for my friends if they're not arriving until later?
Camping is on a first come first serve basis. We advise you and your friends all come together so you all can park next to each other. We are unable to reserve campsites and there are no saving spaces, no exceptions. Arrive together, camp together.
If you confiscate something, can I get it back at the end of the weekend?
All prohibited items that are confiscated at any point - whether at entry or throughout the weekend - will NOT be returned. Please carefully read what you can bring into the campgrounds and leave prohibited items at home. If you have a question as the whether or not something is permitted, call venue at (877) 387-2648. If you're not absolutely sure, we'd advise you to leave it at home.
Are we allowed to sleep in our cars/over-sized vans?
No. Sleeping in cars or vans can be a serious health risk. We do not advise this for anyone!
May I bring my own personal grill or cooking appliance?