Enjoy the ultimate One Tribe camping adventure with the hassle free Tribal Tent Experience.
The Tribal Tent package includes: one (1) pre-set two person tent for the nights of 9/25 & 9/26, two (2) GA festival passes, one (1) pre-inflated full-sized air mattress with pillows, two (2) full size sleeping bags, one (1) dynamo solar powered light, two (2) One Tribe campground merchandise items, easy check-in with dedicated on-site concierge, space for one (1) car parking within close proximity to your tent location. Please note: there’s a very limited number of Tribal Tents available so act quickly to reserve yours today.
If you don’t have a vehicle or don’t want to be camping next to your vehicle, try our limited Tent-Only Camping areas. Tent-Only Camping is identified on your “camping map”. Here’s how it works: you’ll get dropped-off at our off-site parking location (see map). Bring all your camping essentials (be sure to check our prohibited items list) with you and head to the searching area & shuttle pick-up location. You will go through standard searching procedures & credential checks. Once completed, you will board the shuttle and get dropped off at the entrance to camp. The space for Tent-Only Camping is limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. Don’t worry, if you’re the last to arrive and purchased a Tent-Only Camping pass, we will find you a spot.
You have the option to keep your car in close proximity to your campsite by selecting one of the following choices: single car campsite, two-car campsite and three-car campsites. These Camping + Car sites are very limited and will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis.
We have two RV Parking options: with power hook-ups and without power. Limited space available for both options and will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. You’ll have the option of purchasing a RV Companion Vehicle pass, which will allow one vehicle to park adjacent to your RV. Maximum number of guests per RV site is 8. Each guest must have purchased a One Tribe GA or One Love pass in advance. Please check out the “camping map” for RV site locations.
On Friday 9/25 check-in opens at 12pm. All Camping + Car and RV campers will be required to undergo a vehicle search and credential check for each camper/attendee prior to being allowed to proceed to their camping sites. You will be assigned a designated spot with a map to help you identify the location that’s assigned to you. Staff will be readily available to assist you in any way. If you wish to camp but cannot arrive on Friday 9/25, you’ll have a limited window on Saturday 9/26 to check-in. Saturday 9/26 check-in hours will be restricted to 10am-4pm. THERE WILL BE NO EXCEPTIONS. All Camping + Car and RV campers must arrive no later than 2:00pm if you wish to check-in. Otherwise, you will be denied camping access. You can still use your festival day pass or One Tribe GA or One Love pass for the event itself but you will not be allowed to drive in your car or RV to camp. This is purely a crowd safety requirement, as we cannot have campers arriving and setting-up once the festival starts. If you’re being dropped off for Tent-Only camping, you can arrive any time during festival hours on Saturday 9/26. You’ll get dropped-off at our off-site parking location (see map). Bring all your camping essentials (be sure to check our prohibited items list) with you and head to the searching area & shuttle pick-up location. You will go through standard searching procedures & credential checks. Once completed, you will board the shuttle and get dropped off at the entrance to camp.
Our goal is to make your camping experience as memorable and hassle free as possible. With that in-mind, we offer the following amenities and services to enhance your camping experience: 24 hour market and general store for all your camping essentials & daily supplies, hot showers to freshen up, access to the wonderful hiking trails and unspoiled outdoor space to explore (daytime only), electrical hook-ups for Car and RV campers, 24 hour emergency medical services, 24 hour info booths. PLEASE NOTE: CAMPERS WILL BE ALLOWED TO SWIM AND HAVE WATER ACCESS ON FRIDAY 9/25 FROM NOON - 5PM AND ON SATUDAY 9/26 FROM 9AM - 2PM. WATER ACTIVITY WILL BE LIMITED TO A DESIGNATED SWIM AREA ONLY. PLEASE FOLLOW THE RULES TO ENSURE A SAFE AND FUN TIME FOR ALL.
You must be 21+ to consume alcohol; glass bottles are strictly prohibited; beer must be in plastic bottles or cans and limited to one case per person; and wine must be boxed and limited to one box per person. Please take care of your valuables, as neither One Tribe nor the venue is responsible for lost or stolen items.
1 case of beer, 1 box of wine or 1- 1.75L of hard alcohol. No glass of any kind
Campers are expected to be courteous to one another, as well as the event staff, security personnel and first-aid/medical staff. The campground is a shared space so it’s important to be a good neighbor and show respect. Please do your part in making this an incredible weekend for all to enjoy. By purchasing a camping pass you are agreeing to adhere to following code of conduct: all campers must be 18+ verified by a valid photo ID; all campers must have a One Tribe GA or One Love pass; campers must wear their camping wristband at all times; campers consuming alcohol must be 21 + verified by a valid photo ID, which may be randomly checked at any time; all campers must be packed up and begin vacating the premise by 11am on Sunday 9/27; cars & RV’s are not allowed to be started or moved until 6am on Sunday 9/27 at the earliest; camping check-in opens at Noon on Friday 9/25 (please do not arrive prior as staff will not be prepared to check you in); and prohibited items confiscated at entry or once inside will not be returned, do not bring prohibited items with you. The following actions may result in a warning or ejection from the campsite and festival; irresponsible or illegal use of alcohol, public nudity or lewd behavior; taunting, bullying, abusive/disruptive language or obscene gestures; moving vehicle or RV prior to 6am on Sunday 9/27; parking or extending a tent, car, or RV into fire lanes or outside designated/marked area; littering; playing loud/disruptive music or disruptive behavior; or failing to comply with campground safety officers. The following actions will result in immediate ejection: relieving your bladder or bowels anywhere other than the approved restroom facilities; fighting or engaging in any behavior that may harm, endanger, threaten, or provide discomfort to any individual; possession of illegal drugs or substances; public nudity; or damage, destruction, vandalism or theft of any property. If a guest participating in any of the above behavior is uncooperative or a persistent offender, they will be removed from the event site. In certain situations the offender may be arrested.