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Camping FAQs

Camping FAQs

FAQ

  • Bonanza Campout & Music Festival takes place just outside of Park City, Utah at the Rivers Edge Campground.

    • 7000 Old Hwy 40, Heber City, UT 84032

    As you arrive, please pay attention to the Bonanza Campout signage to direct you to designated parking lots.

  • There will be FREE shuttle busses that will transport you and your stuff to the camping check in. For an additional charge you can use bike taxi’s or UBER.

  • No unfortunately, whoever purchased the campsite must be present at the time of check in. No exceptions. Please have camping token & ID present upon arrival.

  • Through the designated camping entrance.

    • Friday 11 AM – 7 PM
    • Saturday 11 AM – 3 PM

    Late Load in through main gate during normal gate hours.

    • Friday 3 PM – 12 AM
    • Saturday Noon – Midnight
    • Sunday Noon – 11 PM
  • Depending on which option you purchased it will be either 10′ x 12′ area for GA or 10′ x 15′ ¬†area for Premier.

  • Yes.

    Showers will be available Saturday & Sunday from

    Charging stations & lockers will be available during festival hours.

    Bathrooms and wash stations will be available as well.

  • You can bring as much food and water as you need.

    1L of Liquor is allowed in a plastic bottle only per campsite and if 21+

    1 case of beer is allowed per campsite. No bottles.

    Please note that all items will be subject to search upon arrival.

     

  • Yes, anyone camping has free access.

    • Friday – Pusher with Shields
    • Saturday – Tokimonsta with Typefunk
    • Sunday – Special guests to be announced
  • No weapons of any kind.

    No fireworks or explosives.

    No glass containers.

    No illegal drugs, narcotics, or drug paraphernalia.

    No tailgating in parking lots.

    No refunds, exchanges or cancellations.

    No pets (except service animals).

    No unauthorized vendors allowed.

    No bicycles in side the festival grounds.

  • Yes, it will be searched.

  • 100%. Festival Totems, Flags, Signs, accepted and encouraged.