Camping & Hotel Info

All Suwannee Hulaween weekend tickets include primitive camping. The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park is over 700 acres of spacious and shaded camping areas. Primitive camping is on a first come, first served system.

RV Hook-Ups, Cabins and All Upgraded Camping

The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park offers hundreds of RV upgrades with power and water hook-ups plus dozens of cabins for rent at the festival.

Please click on the Reserved Camping Tab on the Ticketing page to determine availability. For more information the Camping office is open 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM each day to provide additional information.  Call 386-364-1683 for more information.

If you bring an RV to camp on a Primitive Site, you will need to also purchase a Car Camping Pass.  Please check the ticket link for more purchase information.

Camp Traction: Safe Haven for Sober Camping

At Suwannee Hulaween, we try our best to respect all of our patron’s decisions and respect their will power to stay the course of sobriety. For those who would like to feel safer in a group of like-minded people who cherish and respect their own and each other’s sobriety, there is a special camping space called Camp Traction. This is a safe haven for those who are sober and those who are doing the best to stay the course of sobriety.

The camping area is located next to the Spirit of Suwannee cafe across from the Park’s office. Please be sure to visit the park’s office if you would like more information on Camp Traction, and we appreciate everyone that is coming to join us for the love of music.


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Car Camping Pass and Capacity

All of the staff at Suwannee Hulaween could not be more excited for our 2016 event and lineup.

The significant growth in the 2015 event created many challenges for the producers and venue. Since the end of the 2015 event, the Suwannee Hulaween producers, in partnership with SCI and The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park, have been working hard to develop a plan that will make Suwannee Hulaween 2016 the smoothest, least stressful and most enjoyable experience possible for every guest.

To address issues of over-crowding and congestion, Suwannee Hulaween 2016 will limit ticket sales to 20,000 weekend passes. Please plan to buy your tickets early this year to avoid missing out on Suwannee Hulaween 2016.

In order to reduce congestion in the camping areas, Suwannee Hulaween will limit the number of cars entering the campgrounds by implementing a new Car Camping Pass priced at $20.00 per vehicle. There is no limit to the number of guests that can camp with each car, just a limit on the number of cars allowed into the campgrounds.

Guests who do not wish to pay for a Car Camping Pass can park their car in the outer lots for FREE and ride an extensive shuttle service system to the campground.

Suwannee Hulaween hope that implementing the Car Camping Pass will encourage attendees to carpool. Carpooling will significantly reduce environmental impact, traffic and congestion. Car Camping Passes will go on sale on Friday, April 29, 2016 through Elevate at 10am MST / 12pm EST.

After many meetings and extensive discussion, we determined that these changes will ensure a better experience for all guests at Suwannee Hulaween 2016. Thank you for embracing these changes and helping Suwannee Hulaween elevate to new heights.

Pack and Camp Responsibly

When you are planning your trip to Suwannee Hulaween, forget about disposable cutlery, cups, bottles and plates!! One of the best ways you can reduce your impact is to bring reusable items. Don’t forget soap, a scrubber or rag and a washing station. Try using a bucket or big soup pot for dirty dishes and bring reusable food containers for storage. PLASTIC CUPS AREN’T CURRENTLY RECYCLABLE IN THIS AREA.

Bring a reusable water bottle; you can bring empty water bottles into the venue, saving LOTS of plastic bottles and keeping a few extra bucks in your pocket. Now doesn’t that sound good?

Bring some butt boxes and keep your butts off the ground! An altoid tin or any pocket-sized closed container works great for storing your cigarette butts until you find a trash can. Keeping cigarette butts off the ground keeps the land beautiful. It also lightens the work the cleanup crew has to do, and we all want that.

Bring at least two containers (like trash cans) to separate trash and recyclables in your campsite and encourage everyone to use them. Guess what? You can win HUGE prizes just for bringing your campsite recycling or compost to the Green Team!

For more information, contact Lindsey at