After a great day of beer and music, camping under the stars surrounded by 14,000 ft peaks is the ultimate way to spend your weekend in Buena Vista, Colorado! The Rapids & Grass Beer Festival camping area is conveniently located a few hundred yards away from the festival grounds.
Both Tent + Car and RV camping options are available with a reservation. See below for details and camping rules. If sleeping outside isn't your thing, check out the Ultimate VIP Experience + Surf Hotel package, HERE.
Ultimate VIP Experience + Weekend Camping: $200
Coming April 7th! The Ultimate VIP Experience is the best way to guarantee access to all weekend events. Enjoy three epic days of craft beer and music, plus after parties each night in the Ivy Ballroom, a rafting trip, and sleep under the stars surrounded by gorgeous mountains. This brand new experience will be like no other. See what's included in this package HERE.
Tent + Car Camping: $15
ONE CAR per ticket. Spaces allow enough room to park your car next to your tent.
RV Camping: $20
Camping trailers and motor homes 24' or under are allowed in the camping area. There are no RV hookups within the camping area.
The festival camping area is located just a few hundred yards to the South of the festival grounds, well within walking distance to both the festival and the After Party shows at the Surf Hotel.
Directions: From Hwy 285, turn right at the junction of Hwy 24 towards Buena Vista and follow for about 2 miles. Turn right at Historic East Main Street - the first stop light - and follow over the railroad tracks through the Historic district, until you reach a stop sign at the end of the road. Turn right at the stop sign and follow into the South Main community. You will see the festival green, turn right and continue straight to the camping area.
Camping Rules & Regulations
The Festival Camping Area is an open campus, but you are encouraged to park your car or RV for the weekend and enjoy being a pedestrian in Buena Vista.
Opens: 10 a.m. on Friday, June 29th
Closes: 12 p.m. on Monday, July 2nd
Quiet Hours are 10:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m. Please respect your neighbors!
Porta potties and trash/recycle dumpsters will be available for use in the camping area. Please leave your campsite as clean as possible when you leave!
Bring your own drinking water for the weekend.
No pets allowed on the festival grounds or in the camping area. We love animals, but please leave them at home.
No glass allowed in the camping area.
No charcoal grills or open fires are allowed in the camping area.
Single day camping passes are not available. You may camp just one day, however the cost is for the entire weekend.