Your Guide for Camping at Ever After
It’s summer, you’re with your best friends, and you’re going to be camping at your favorite music festival. It doesn’t get much better than that, right? Unfortunately if you’re not prepared it can severely hinder your music festival experience. Here’s how to get it right this summer.
Ever After provides 300 campsites located within walking distance of the event. For the non-tent camper, they also provide Cabins, Yurts, and RV spots.
- Each campsite will allow up to 6 people.
- Only 1 car per site is allowed.
- All attendees on the campgrounds must be 19+.
What to Bring:
1. Extension Chords and Power Strips
There are posts sprawled throughout the festival campgrounds that provide power outlets and water. Unless you want to stand against the post while you have your supplies plugged in, bring an extension chord and power strip. That way you can charge your phone or use your hair dryer from the comfort of your own tent!
Get a 2-in-1 Extension Chord/Power Strip here!
2. Solar Shower Bag
Everyone knows that taking a shower at music festivals can be problematic. There is always a long wait, you feel rushed, and there is not a lot of space. Save time by bringing your own solar shower bag. They are so practical and easy, it will revolutionize how you shower at music festivals. Just fill the bag with water, let it sit in the sun for an hour, hit the hose once you’re ready, and voila! An easy and efficient shower.
Get a 5 Gallon Solar Shower Bag here!
It should go without saying that you need to bring your own tent. What many people do not know is that bringing a tarp can help serve many functions to help your camping experience. If you place the tarp underneath your tent, it protects the tent so the ground won’t get wet and it will also help you stay warm. You can also place the tarp on the side of your tent to provide shade, or to protect you from the wind. If all else fails, you can always use it as a Slip N Slide!
Get a Waterproof Camping Tarp here!
4. Food Supplies
There will be food and drinks from vendors at the actual festival but there is not a general store onsite. Make sure you have packed enough food and drinks to last you the weekend. Bring gallons of water, granola bars, sandwich supplies, fresh and dried fruit, meat, cans, and pre-packaged food. In terms of tools make sure to bring a can opener, tin foil, sealable bags, a cooler, and ice. If you really want to get fancy with it, bring a small propane grill or a camping stove to step up your barbecue game. Liquor, beer and wine will be limited per person. Cans only, no glass bottles allowed.
Get a portable small tank grill here!
There are basic toiletries such as soap, deodorant and toothpaste that everyone knows to bring on vacation. When it comes to camping there are many supplies that many people forget about. These include: toilet paper, bug spray, sunscreen, baby wipes (which are multi-purpose), shower shoes/flip flops, and dry shampoo.
Get a pack of baby wipes here!
Click here for more information for check in times and what you are allowed to bring into the festival.