Frequently Asked Questions
Where is The Camping Trip?
The Camping Trip is located at a new address this year. Approximately 2 hours drive from New York City. Location to be e-mailed to paying guests one week before event. For more information, please reach out via contact page.
When is The Camping Trip?
The Camping Trip begins at 12:00pm on Friday, August 4th, 2017 and will end at 7:00PM on Sunday, August 6th, 2017.
Is The Camping Trip rain or shine?
Yes. The Camping Trip will provide huge party tent accommodations in the event of rain so that guests can stay comfortable, warm, and dry if there is a downpour while still enjoying the music. The show must go on!
What about food?
There will be designated grilling areas for guests that wish to use their own grills close to each camping area. There will be several food/beverage vendors on-site for the weekend if you would like to take advantage of the option. There is also the Weekend Meal Pass, for guests that wish to purchase hot, Glatt kosher, catered Shabbat, Melave Malka, and Sunday breakfast meals available for them. It is suggested that you bring your own food, drinks, coolers, grills, etc., in order to ensure that you have enough to eat for the weekend.
Do I need a tent?
Yes. Whether you purchase our Tent-Building option or bring your own, we strongly recommend that you bring a tent to sleep in for the evening.
Will single day tickets be sold?
No. The Camping Trip is a weekend long experience. If you are planning on attending the event, you must purchase The Camping Pass or the VIP Camping Pass. If you are planning on driving your car to the event, you must purchase The Camping Pass with On-Site Parking, the VIP Camping Pass, or the 4-Person Package with On-Site Parking. Tickets must be purchased in advance of event.
What does The Camping Pass get me?
The Camping Pass allows the pass-holder full access of the venue and camping grounds for the duration of the weekend, as well as a camping spot to set up your tent.
What does The Camping Pass with On-Site Parking?
The Camping Pass with On-Site Parking allows the pass-holder admission for Shabbat to camp and experience the music for the weekend of August 4th - 6th, 2017, as well as one vehicle to the on-site parking area.
What does the VIP Camping Pass get me?
The VIP Camping Pass allows the pass-holder admission for Shabbat to camp and experience the music for the weekend of August 4th - 6th, 2017.
Included in the VIP Camping Pass is on-site parking for one vehicle, weekend long Meal Pass, shaded camping area, and VIP viewing area for Main Stage.
What does the 4-Person Package with Priority Parking get me?
This package is valid for the admission of 4 people to experience The Camping Trip as well as the admission of 1 vehicle to the on-site parking lot for the weekend of August 4th- 6th, 2017. All 4 people must travel together in the same vehicle. Purchaser must list names of all 4 people in vehicle at time of purchase. If guest arrives with passengers not named at time of purchase, that passenger must purchase Camping Pass at full Day of Show price.
What does the Family Camping Pass get me?
The Camping Trip welcomes families to join us for the weekend. There will be a private, family camping area for those who wish to bring their children to partake in the weekend's festivities. Children under 12 are free. Children 12-17 must have a Camping Pass purchased for them in order to attend. If you are bringing children under the age of 18, you MUST purchase this add-on and camp in the family camping area or you will not be admitted to the event.
What does The Weekend Meal Pass get me?
The Meal Pass is valid for one person to enjoy delicious, mouth watering, Glatt Kosher, Shabbat dinner, lunch, Seudat Shlishit, Melave Malka, and Sunday breakfast. Save money on grills and charcoal, save time on preparation. The Meal Pass does not include camping. You must purchase a separate Camping Pass if you would like to attend for the weekend.
The Meal Pass Menu: TBA
The Meal Pass is available for purchase until August 4th, 2017 at 7:30pm or sell out.
Is there transportation from NYC?
Looking for a ride? The Camping Trip will be providing a round-trip Coach Bus for guests that do not have transportation to the event. Buses will be leaving from select destinations on Friday, August 4th in the NYC metropolitan area based on demand. Buses will return Sunday night, August 6th.
What does Tent-Building get me?
Save the time and hassle of bringing a tent and building it. We will provide you with a brand new, 2-person tent that will be set up on your arrival. Does not include admission. Limited Availability until August 1st, 2017.
There will be a medical tent with EMT's available all weekend long and a local ambulance on stand by in the event of a medical emergency.
There will be a team of NYS licensed, professional security guards on-site at the venue/camping area and the off-site Priority Parking lot all weekend long. Security will be checking guests as they enter the venue to ensure that no illegal items are brought into the venue. Violence, weapons, illegal drugs/narcotics, and other illicit or inappropriate behavior are completely prohibited and will result in the expulsion of violators from the event as well as an arrest if necessary. If you cannot come and act in a civilized, responsible manner, then you DO NOT belong at this event.
Are there bathrooms?
There are ample men and ladies portapotties to service the entire weekend that will be cleaned during the weekend as well.
Are there showers?
There are hot showers available.
Is there water?
Yes. There will be a water refill station available for refilling your bottles.
Is there re-entry?
No. There is no re-entry for guests or vehicles.
When will we get our wristbands?
Your wristbands will be handed to you upon arrival to the event, after presentation of your printed/mobile ticket and valid ID. Multiple ticket purchasers should e-mail or print and deliver tickets bought for another person to that person before arrival to the event. Each person must have one of the various admission Passes on arrival.
What is NOT allowed at The Camping Trip?
Laser Pointers, Knives, Weapons, Chains, Glass bottles (except for 1 wine bottle per person over 21 years of age), Illegal Substances, Fireworks, Nitrous Oxide, Violence, Sexual/ Physical Harassment. Unauthorized photography, video, or audio recording of any kind is strictly forbidden. Any unauthorized capture or distribution of photography, video, or audio from the event is subject to full prosecution of the law. Guests may not exit the area encompassed within the Eiruv (4'-8' foot high string that surrounds the land). Guests will be asked to leave the event if they are found outside the grounds covered within the string. All guests are subject to search by security and anyone found with one or more of the aforementioned items will NOT be allowed to stay at the festival. Alcohol use by minors is strictly prohibited. There is a ZERO TOLERANCE policy, you will be kicked out and the authorities may become involved. The Security Team has strict instructions to follow the zero tolerance policy for the weekend of August 4th - 6th, 2017. Guests may only park in designated parking areas, any guest found to park outside of a designated parking area will have their vehicle towed and will have to pay a fine. Any person that attempts unauthorized entry to the land by person or vehicle will be removed from the premises, banned from the event, and prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Anyone that does not comply with security will become involved with law enforcement. No uninvited guests will be allowed to attend the event. If you have not been invited to the event via a friend of the host or private Facebook event page but you have purchased a ticket, your money will be refunded and we ask that you do not come to the event.
What is the deal with Shabbat?
As seen elsewhere on the site, there are Shabbat accommodations available. The Camping Trip provides guests with the opportunity to feel comfortable keeping Shabbat while camping. This is not an exclusively Jewish event, so understand that many people will not be observing Shabbat in a way that is consistent with your Shabbat observation. Everyone is encouraged to respect Shabbat publicly. There are no scheduled musical performances on Shabbat. There is a halachically sound Eiruv on the property, as well as a Glatt-kosher Shabbat catering option (The Weekend Meal Pass) for those that would rather save time and money on preparation, grills, charcoal, etc. The Weekend Meal Pass is also a convenient option if you plan on arriving shortly before Shabbat- that way you will not have to risk being without hot food on Shabbat. As is the Tent-Building option, for those that are worried about arriving shortly before Shabbat, this option offers a brand new, 2-person tent that will be set up and awaiting your arrival. The VIP Pass offer private, shaded camping for those that wish to have a little more space. There will be scheduled davening times and there is a sefer Torah available for leining on Shabbat day.