The Blissfields campsite is spacious and well laid out, with areas for families, live-in vehicles, boutique camping and general camping. Wide festoon lit walkways allow easy access around the camping and into the arena. There will be a general store, cafe and  first aid provision within the campsite.  As well as the normal festival portable toilets, you will have the option to upgrade to “posh” loos and showers by buying a pass at the weekend. Water points and wash up areas are also easily accessible. Rubbish and recycle bins will be readily available, please help us to keep the event and site tidy, it makes for a more memorable weekend, is good practice and will help us to keep costs down for the event.

Thursday camping

The campsite will be open from 12:00 noon Thursday 30th June.  A Thursday camping pass must be purchased before arrival for all individuals 10 yrs and over. Entertainment will be open in the arena from 6:00pm..

Boutique & Luxury Camping

For the ultimate Blissfields experience we are bringing you again our  favourite boutique camping experts, Camel Camp  make sure you book early to avoid disappointment, more information here.

Live-in vehicles

These will have a separate entrance into the live-in area, it will be adjacent to but seperated from the tenting campers. Sorry but we are unable to allow tents into the campervan area for health and safety reasons. Please make sure that every vehicle has it’s own pass to enter the area.

Family Camping

In a quieter area of the The Park it is furthest from the arena but don’t let that worry you nowhere is too far at Blissfields. Please make sure that if you camp here that you are especially aware of your neighbours and keep as quiet as possible during the night.

General Camping

Feel free to find your perfect place to set up camp. We would also ask you, even camping here, to be aware of your neighbours and consider their sleep patterns might not be the same as yours!

Information for Disabled Attendees

We have disabled toilets and  parking, so access is easier. All stewards are trained to help you to the front of any queues and with any issues. The campsite has a firm flat surface with close cut grass, there is a small slope on the site. The whole site is easily accessed and the campsite is no more than 300m from any of the stages. We have disabled toilets and  parking, so access is easier. We  have viewing platform at the Main Stage stewards will help you find the best place for your viewing pleasure. We like to have a personal experience for disabled attendees so please contact us if you’d like to know more.  info@blissfields.co.uk

Please follow these guidelines

The organisers of Blissfields cannot be held responsible for any injuries or damage to/loss of property, however it may occur.
NO GLASS!! It will be taken off you on entry, so please do not bring it, this is for everyone’s safety.
Please keep your area tidy and dispose all of your rubbish when you leave.
Please take note and obey all signs and barriers
Vehicles not allowed in camping area
No open fires or bbq’s
Anyone whose actions are in the opinions of the organisers a risk to others will be asked to leave.

Alternatives to camping

If you are looking for an alternative to camping visit the trivago website to find a hotel or B&B, you can  visit their Blissfields event page here