No Bus? No problem! All people and vehicles welcome.

Camp. Mingle. Slap high fives. Share music, ideas, thoughts and stories.

Camping at The Bus Fair is one of the most magical aspects of the event. Everyone is welcome whether you're bus life, van life, truck life, tent life or hammock life. We have limited camping spots so be sure to reserve a camping pass if you want to meet many like minded people and swap stories.

Each person camping will need a camping pass and kids 12 and under get into the event for FREE. Campers are able to check-in Friday, 6/21 and check-out Monday, 6/24 morning or add "Linger Longer" to stay until Thursday, 6/27 morning.

Discounted camping is available for those who purchase more than two camping passes at a time. Discounts are also available if you purchase a Educational Seminars Package on Friday 6/21 and/or for Vendors

FYI: Camping passes historically sell out the quickest. Early bird pricing ends on 4/1.

Camping Option Before 4/1 After 4/1
Greenwaters Park (main venue) Fri/Sat/Sun  $115 $125
Old Mill Park (1/2 mile from venue) Fri/Sat/Sun $90 $100

 

 

VIP Greenwaters Park Fri/Sat/Sun Night Info

VIP Camping at The Bus Fair

These camping passes are extremely limited, sell out quick and are located right in the event venue. Enjoy camping in Greenwaters Park with other like minded bus / van converters, truck camping gurus, tent pitchers and tipi dwellers. Or heck, throw the bedroll out under the stars of the Cascades. Spots include shaded, sunny and partial shade/sun. First come first serve.

Includes:
- Access to camping beginning afternoon Friday, June 21st.
- General Admission access to main event, live music, art and food vendors, panel discussions and after hours party and campfire gathering (conditions permitting) on Saturday, June 22nd
- Access to Sunday Funday activities on June 23rd
- Access to potable water and restrooms as well as swimming hole or short walk to motel with showers.
- Discounted camping passes when you purchase more than two at a time.

Does NOT include:
-Linger Longer camping pass for after the event. (separate ticket required)
-Educational Seminars on Friday, June 21st. (separate ticket required)

Note: No RV hookups available so practice your off grid skills. Porta potties and trash bins provided. Due to being parked in the event area, once parked and setup in the venue on Friday, no vehicles can leave the venue until Monday morning unless in the event of an emergency. Bringing a bike is a great option to still get around Oakridge if you want to go to the local grocer or historic Uptown with a coffee shop, pub, art gallery and bar/grill. If you need to leave sooner, Old Mill camping is a better option and campers can leave as early as Sunday morning. 

If you're traveling with a second vehicle or "toad" and would like to be able to use that vehicle while camping, we have limited parking spots at Greenwaters Park for purchase.

 

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Old Mill Fri/Sat/Sun Night Info

Just a 1/2 mile away from the event, Old Mill camping is located on the beautiful Old Mill Disc Golf course right along the Salmon Creek river and trail that provides a gravel walking/biking path to the event or go upstream and link into the North and South Salmon Creek recreation trails. Camping for tents, car camping, Skoolies, RV's, Vans or anything up to 40' in length. This camp is known for being quieter and great for those who like to go to bed at an earlier time.

Dry camping with NO access to potable water.  Restrooms with handwashing station is provided. Open area with lots of sun and near wildlife ponds.

Includes:
- Access to camping beginning afternoon Friday, June 21st.
- General Admission access to main event, live music, art and food vendors, panel discussions and after hours party and campfire gathering (conditions permitting) on Saturday, June 22nd
- Access to Sunday Funday activities on June 23rd
- Located next to beautiful wildlife marsh.
- Walking distance to Salmon Creek river trail for mountain biking, hiking and walks with the pooch.

Does NOT include:
-Linger Longer camping pass for after the event. (separate ticket required)
-Educational Seminars on Friday, June 21st. (separate ticket required)

Note: No RV hookups available so practice your off grid skills. Porta potties and trash bins provided. Once you are parked on Friday you'll need to stay parked until at least Sunday morning unless of course there is an emergency. Bringing a bike is a great option to still get around Oakridge if you want to go to the local grocer or historic Uptown with a coffee shop, pub, art gallery and bar/grill. If you're traveling with a second vehicle you can park on the nearby neighborhood street at no extra cost.

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Linger Longer 

We have limited camping available for AFTER the event for those wanting to stay in Oakridge and explore all the recreation available as well as shops and restaurants such as the 3 Legged Crane Pub, The Middle Fork Bistro and Mane Street Coffee. You can learn more about Linger Longer here.