Riverbend Park is the ideal location for Festival camping. With over 100 acres of festival grounds and camping spots, there’s plenty of room to spread out. Whether you’re looking to sit in on an impromptu jam circle, or just relax and rejuvenate under the stars, PB&R’s campground is the place to be after the music on the main stage is over.
Three Day Plus Camping passes are available for purchase. All campers must purchase a Three Day Plus Camping ticket in order to camp at the festival.
Limited premium camping sites are available for an additional charge, but they sell out quickly so be sure to purchase your camping upgrade early. Premium campsites are sold per person, not per campsite or vehicle.
Cars are not allowed in the premium tent camping area due to the state of the lush grass, which makes it ideal for tents. Premium tent campers can park their vehicles in the designated premium tent camping parking area nearby.
The campground will open at noon on Thursday, June 8th and close at noon on Monday, June 12th.
The entrance to the campground is on 36 ¼ Road, just south of Highway 6 and west of the Palisade High School.
Camping windshield passes must be obtained from the camp host and displayed in each vehicle parked within the campground.
Port-a-potties and drinking water stations are placed throughout the campground.
Free showers are available for campers at Peach Bowl Park from 8 – 11 am. The charge for showers after 11 am is $4.50. The shuttle will only be stopping at Peach Bowl between 8 am and noon on Saturday and Sunday, but you can find the showers on your own. They are at the Peach Bowl Park swimming pool on the corner of 5th and Elberta.
The Festival’s official Palisade lodging partners are Wine Country Inn.
Hotels and B&Bs in Palisade fill up quickly, but there’s plenty of great lodging opportunities just a short 5 – 15 minute drive away in Grand Junction and Fruita.