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the OVAL), QUIET-AT-NIGHT for tents, vans, pop-ups.
We recommend this area for families with children under
this area cannot be moved during the festival. If you
need to move your car during the festival you must
park it in the Car Park area.
Includes sections 400, 500 and 600.
QUIET-AT-NIGHT: 700 section
for RVs, Travel Trailers, Vans and Pop-Ups. We cannot guarantee hook-ups
Music at night 200 for trailers & RV’s,
100 & 300 for tents, vans, pop-ups and
YELLOW area Overflow (800) which should be
fairly quiet. Please indicate what kind of
equipment you have. We cannot guarantee hook-ups
Note two different sites,
Red and Yellow. If you'd like to be in the same location
you have been assigned to before, we will try to accomodate
IS NO DUMP STATION.
You must come to the festival with full water tanks
and empty sewage and gray water tanks.
You can dump at Thompson's Lake State Campground, 6 1/2 miles on Route 156 for
the $7 entrance fee, 7am - 9pm.
Camping Fee: $20 per adult (age 19 and over)for the weekend.
(this amount is included in an All-Festival Ticket with Camping)
Camping Gate Hours:
Thursday, June 27: 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Friday, June 28: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
at the Old Songs Festival has been designed to meet Albany
Health Campground Code.
ON-SITE CAMPING: Camping locations
will be assigned at random on a first come, first served basis.
The camping area is divided into 30' squares separated by a
10' open space. Each 30’ square is numbered and divided
in half. Example: Site #20A and Site #20B. Expect to be sharing
the square with another party. Your camping equipment must
fit within half of the square. If your car won’t fit,
move it to the car park. Remember, each camping site (not RV)
’x 30’ square.
Example of a Camping Layout.
CAMPING is available for purchasers
(See TICKETS for pricing)
Includes any of the following nights: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
All camping squares are numbered and reserved.
CAMPING is divided into the ORANGE, RED and YELLOW areas
(see at right
for description). All camping is “dry” camping
meaning there is no service available on individual squares.
PLEASE NOTE: There
is one family or 2 individuals on a SITE. The 200 & 700
areas designated for RV’s & Trailers are assigned
one SQUARE. Your equipment must fit inside the SITE 15’ X
30’, OR SQUARE 30’ X 30’.
GROUPS wishing to camp together
must send in ticket orders in the same envelope. Each individual
order in the group must be written separately.
all camp locations are in close proximity to potable water
restrooms or porta-johns.
Be sure to bring a GALLON OF DRINKING WATER, so you can refill
it at a water spigot.
Example of a Camping Layout.
Electrical Use Fee
Charges for electricity have increased substantially, making
it necessary for us to collect an additional fee if you plug
in to any electrical outlet at the fairgrounds. Use outdoor-rated
extension cord and no-fault circuit interruptor. The fee
is $10 per extension cord, payable with your ticket order.
receptacles do not necessarily work, however, in which case
we will refund your $10.
Camping Rules: The open space
between camping squares must remain unobstructed. No open fires
or charcoal stoves. Propane
stoves and lanterns are permitted, but must not be left unattended.
No pets are allowed except service animals.
be limited and we reserve the right to close on-site camping
when we are full. We recommend early registration.