Festival Site Camping

Tents in a field in the sun.
Our stewards will help you find a place to camp.

About the Priddy Folk Festival campsite

The festival’s campsite is situated above Priddy’s Top Green, and surrounds the village hall and the church. From almost all of the site there are good views of the lovely surrounding countryside and Priddy’s Nine Barrows.  There is even an ancient barrow in the camping field’

Festival-goers make the campsite their own each year. Most of the campsite is freestyle, with groups of people in tents, caravans and motor homes meeting up to attend the festival.

One of our fields is just for tents.

You can download a map of the camping area below:

Our experience is that most people are very considerate when coming back to their tents after enjoying the festival. Please be kind to your fellow-campers!

Note: Except for assistance dogs, dogs are not allowed on the Festival site, the campsite or in the car parks. This restriction is one of the conditions of our licence.

The campsite has mobile flush toilets, mobile heated showers, recycling facilities and a chemical toilet disposal point. Our water points supply clean and drinkable water through sterilised pipes.

If you are camping, please download our information leaflet, below.

 Access to paid-for venues, wristbands and programmes

Access to the paid-for venues is by wristband ONLY. To get your wristbands, present your ticket/ e-mail at the Festival Office on the main village green. Souvenir programmes will be available at the Festival Office.

We look forward to welcoming you to Priddy and know you’ll have a great time!