The Festival Campsite, for Tents, Caravans and Motor Homes, is situated above Priddy, it surrounds the Village hall and the Church. From almost all of the site there are good views of the rather lovely surrounding countryside and in particular of the ancient barrows on the next rise (and one in the camping field!).
Festival goers come to the campsite and make it their own each year. Most of the campsite is freestyle- with some groups of people in tents, caravans and motor homes meeting up to attend the festival- but often it’s in ones and twos. One of our fields is just for tents. Our experience is that most people are very considerate when coming back to their tents after enjoying the festival.
The campsite is equipped with lots of trailer toilets and hot showers too. There are plenty of water points, recycling facilities and various other luxuries the modern camper expects.
The campsite is open from 10am on the Friday of the festival, it closes at 10am on the following Monday (Stewards that need to camp outside of this can be accomodated). Please avoid turning up too early- we won’t be ready for you! After you have followed the festival signs to Priddy (please don’t rely upon Sat Nav), go directly to the campsite, go to your pitch (stewards will show you what the options are), park (we ask people not to move their cars over the weekend once parked) and then unload. Once you are set up, please go to the Festival Office (a few minutes’ walk away on Priddy Green) for your wrist bands so you can get into the venues.
Camping is available only at the time you book weekend tickets- we have been selling out of camping tickets early for some years, so try to book for Priddy Festival as soon as you can. Stewards don’t pay for festival tickets, or for camping – ever thought of being a steward? If you are too late to book camping this year, then see below for alternative accommodation!
If you’d like to stay, but don’t have a weekend ticket, or we have sold out of camping sites there are other options available ….
- There is a camping field at Ebborways Farm which is very simple, basic and picturesque. It is only 5 minutes walk from the festival site.
- Fully serviced camping is available at Mendip Heights, part of the Camping and Caravanning Club, only 10 minutes easy walk from the festival site.
- There are a small number of tents set up for luxury camping at Moor View, Pelting Drove just under 1 mile from the green
- Other similar campsites are available a short drive away at Wookey Hole, Haybridge, Westbury-sub-Mendip, Draycott and Cheddar.
Self Catering Holiday Cottages
We have also teamed up with “My Favourite Holiday Cottages”, so if you want to do it in style then perhaps a Self Catering Holiday Cottage is the way to go?