Camping

4-Day GA passes include Primitive Camping from 8am ET on Thursday, October 27 until noon ET on Monday, October 31.  

3-Day GA passes include Primitive Camping from 8am ET on Friday, October 28 until noon ET on Monday, October 31.

Car / RV passes are not included in your 3-day or 4-day event ticket. You must purchase the appropriate car or RV pass below to bring your vehicle into the campgrounds.

Primitive camping will be provided in designated areas, and campsites are first come, first served. Camping is not permitted anywhere on the disc golf course, in the festival grounds, or on any of the roads throughout the park. Primitive campers are not permitted to camp in reserved VIP or ADA areas.

Camp hosts will be available on-site to help you find a suitable camping location, and answer any questions or address any concerns you may have.

Early Camping
Pass

Want to camp before Thursday? Buy an Early Camping pass!

Buy now before prices increase at the gate.

Each person in your party MUST have a 4-Day GA or VIP pass AND Early Camping pass

Starting at $40.10 per person
includes taxes & fees

Primitive CAR
Pass

Allows one (1) car to enter GA primitive campgrounds.

Buy now before prices increase at the gate.

You MUST have a 3-Day or
4-Day GA pass to purchase

$100.22 per pass
includes taxes & fees

Primitive RV
Pass

For guests that do not need water or electrical power for your RV
or tow-behind. 

Buy now before prices increase at the gate. 

You MUST have a 3-Day or
4-Day GA pass to purchase 

$210.46 per pass
includes taxes & fees

VIP CAR
Pass

Allows one (1) car to enter VIP campgrounds.

Buy now before prices increase at the gate.

You MUST have a 4-Day
VIP pass to purchase

$110.23 per pass
includes taxes & fees

Golf Cart
Pass

This pass does not include a golf cart rental.

Trail fees are required for guests who are planning to bring their own personal golf cart.

Buy now before prices increase at the gate.

$801.75 per pass
includes taxes & fees

Camping FAQs

4-Day GA passes include Primitive Camping from 8am ET on Thursday, October 27 until noon ET on Monday, October 31.

3-Day GA passes include Primitive Camping from 8am ET on Friday, October 28 until noon ET on Monday, October 31.

Car / RV passes are not included in your 3-Day or 4-Day passes. You must purchase the appropriate car or RV pass above to bring your vehicle into the campgrounds.

Primitive camping will be provided in designated areas, and campsites are first come, first served. Camping is not permitted anywhere on the disc golf course, in the festival grounds, or on any of the roads throughout the park. Primitive campers are not permitted to camp in reserved VIP or ADA areas.

Camp hosts will be available on-site to help you find a suitable camping location, and answer any questions or address any concerns you may have.

Yes – you are required to purchase a Primitive Car Pass to bring your car into the campgrounds and park it at your campsite. This is an additional pass available during checkout on Etix when purchasing your tickets for the festival.

Your GA passes do not include the Primitive Car Pass. If you arrive on site without a Primitive Car Pass, you will either need to purchase one at the Box Office to bring your car into the campgrounds, or you can park it in the daily parking lots outside of the campgrounds for an additional fee.

VIP Car Passes are sold out. There will not be additional passes available at a later date.

Yes – there are additional daily parking lots located outside the campgrounds that you can park your car at. While these lots don’t require a Primitive Car Pass, there are parking fees associated with these lots that can be paid upon arrival via cash or card. You can take the in-park shuttle from these lots into various stops throughout the park to bring your belongings from your car to your campsite.

For everyone’s safety, please keep your car parked upon arrival to your campsite. We recommend picking up all necessary supplies in town before arriving to the campgrounds.

You must park vehicles and golf carts in designated areas only. You may not park in any roadway, or camping space that you have not rented.

You may only park in a designated disabled parking spot if you display a valid disabled parking license plate or review mirror tag.

The Park is a designated Tow Away zone – if you park in a prohibited area, your vehicle may be towed at your expense. If you park in the road, you will be towed.

If you want to camp together with your HulaFam, we strongly recommend that you plan in advance to arrive on site together. Since campsites are available on a first come, first served basis, holding or reserving campsites for friends arriving later is not permitted.

The campgrounds will open for Early Camping Pass holders on Sunday, October 23 at 8am ET. You must have a 4-day pass AND the appropriate Early Camping Pass to enter the park at any point prior to Thursday, October 27 at 8am ET.

The campgrounds located around Spirit Lake will open on Thursday, October 27 at 8am ET.

The campgrounds will open for 4-day passes on Thursday, October 27 at 8am ET.

The campgrounds will open for 3-day passes on Friday, October 28 at 8am ET.

All Suwannee Hulaween camping passes will end on Monday, October 31 at noon ET. If you’d like to remain on site past this time, additional fees will be charged. Please contact the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park to inquire about extended camping.

Yes! However, all early arrivals must have a 4-day pass for the festival AND purchase the appropriate Early Camping Pass either online or at the Box Office on site. To ensure a smoother check-in process, we recommend purchasing the Early Camping Pass online prior to arriving on site. The fees listed below are priced per person, and include all taxes and processing fees.

You must have a 4-day pass AND the appropriate Early Camp Pass to enter the park at any point prior to Friday, October 28 at 8am ET. Early camping prices change each day at 8am ET.

Early camping does not include early access to the festival grounds.

EARLY CAMPING PASSES & PRICING:
Arrive on site Sunday, Oct. 23:
$70.15 per person
Arrive on site Monday, Oct. 24: $60.12 per person
Arrive on site Tuesday, Oct. 25: $50.11 per person
Arrive on-site Wednesday, Oct. 26: $40.10 per person

To ensure the safety of all guests at the event, there will be a strict no car re-entry policy to the campgrounds starting Tuesday, October 25 at 8am ET. All vehicles leaving the campgrounds after this time will be required to park in the day parking lots outside the campgrounds upon their return. Vehicles in day parking will be permitted back into the festival grounds starting Sunday, October 30 at 8pm ET to tear down campsites and prepare for egress from the campgrounds.

If your car is parked in the day parking lots, you are permitted to come and go from these lots as you please during the festival.

We recommend picking up all necessary supplies in town before arriving to the campgrounds. To ensure the safety of all guests at the festival, there will be a strict no car re-entry policy to the campgrounds starting Tuesday, October 25 at 8am ET. All vehicles leaving the campgrounds after this time will be required to park in the day parking lots outside the campgrounds upon their return. Vehicles in day parking will be permitted back into the festival grounds starting Sunday, October 30 at 8pm ET to tear down campsites and prepare for egress from the campgrounds.

If your car is parked in the day parking lots, you are permitted to come and go from these lots as you please during the festival.

Campsites are first come, first served. However, camping is not permitted anywhere on the disc golf course, in the festival grounds, or on any of the roads throughout the park. Please be mindful of those around you, and don’t claim more space than you need. Holding or reserving campsites for friends arriving later is not permitted.

RV camping areas are reserved only for guests with RV’s and the appropriate Primitive RV Pass.

VIP primitive camping areas are reserved only for Mummy or Werewolf guests, and are permitted to bring their car with the appropriate VIP Car Pass.

VIP RV camping areas are reserved only for guests who have purchased the Goblin or Vampire VIP packages.

ADA camping areas are reserved for guests with ADA accommodations and the appropriate ADA placard in their car, truck, or RV.

Camp Hosts will be available on-site to help you find a suitable camping location, and answer any questions or address any concerns you may have.

Yes! There are permanent bathhouses located throughout the campgrounds. These will be indicated on the Hulaween 2022 map when it’s released closer to the festival.

The use of generators will be limited to designated generator camping only.

We reserve the right to eliminate any generator that is deemed a nuisance, such as excessive noise and / or odor. Free standing generators will be limited to use between the hours of 9am and 10pm.

Small camping grills are permitted. However, please do not leave them on and unattended.

Yes, but please be mindful of your neighbors. While your 4am jam session may seem like a great idea, your neighbors could be trying to rest up for another amazing day of Hulaween. If you are deemed a nuisance to your neighbors, we will kindly request that you keep it down.

Please note that instruments and / or speakers are not permitted into the festival grounds; keep them at your campsite.

If weather and other prevailing conditions are acceptable to the Park, properly contained campfires are permitted in enclosed firerings or in small dirt fire pits. Do not collect, or cut, live trees or shrubs. Do not burn treated wood, plastic, garbage or trash. If you do not bother other guests, you may collect downed tree limbs from nearby areas. Fires must be supervised at all times and fully extinguished before leaving unattended. Never use gasoline, kerosene, or other accelerants to start fires. Firewood and fire starters are available for purchase at the Country Store. No flammable gases such as nitrous oxide are allowed in the Park.

If a burn ban is necessary, it will be issued before the festival and communicated to all ticketholders.

Yes; bikes and motorized bikes are permitted in the campgrounds, but not in the festival grounds. There are bike areas located near the festival grounds entrances that you can store your bike at while you’re in the festival itself. We recommend bringing a bike lock to secure your bike, as well as a helmet!

Yes, but you will need to purchase a Primitive Car Pass to bring your motorcycle into the campgrounds. For everyone’s safety, please keep your motorcycle parked upon arrival to your campsite.

Golf carts are permitted into the campgrounds, but will require proof of insurance and payment of all trail fees. All golf carts must be registered and insured in the name of the owner attending the festival; no third-party golf cart rentals will be accepted. Click here to view the Park’s golf cart policy.

All golf carts are required to pay the applicable trail fees – no exceptions.

All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), Off-Road Utility Vehicles (ORVs), or Recreational Utility Vehicles (RUVs) are not permitted into the Park.

Please contact the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park to verify that your golf cart will be permitted into the Park before arriving on site. If you bring a golf cart that is not permitted into the Park, additional on-site storage fees will apply.

Weapons / illegal substances of any kind, drones, floating lanterns, kites, balloons, inflatable pools or slip ‘n slides, lasers of any kind. If you’re wondering if it’s permitted into the festival, it’s probably best to leave it at home.

No fire spinning or twirling is permitted without a written contract with the Park.

Four campers are permitted per RV space, and only one RV may be parked in each RV campsite. You must have the appropriate Primitive RV Pass to bring your RV into the campgrounds. All personal items (e.g., canopies, trailers) must fit within the perimeter of your site. All personal vehicles must be parked on the campsite – not on the road, or other surrounding campsites.

Campsite water is not to be used to wash cars, RVs, or boats.

Campsites must be kept clean, and all trash placed into proper containers.

Please do not leave food out, as it attracts animals and insects.

All RVs that connect to the sewage system must use a “donut” to seal the sewer hose to the sewage system line. All sewage connections must be kept tightly capped when not in use. Paid RV campers may use the dump station. The dump station wash down water is not safe for drinking. Any spills of sewage must be reported immediately to the Park Office. Do not remove the backflow prevention devices from the potable water lines.

Yes! If you are towing your personal vehicle behind your RV, then a Primitive RV Pass will cover both your RV and personal vehicle towed along with it.

If you want to bring any additional vehicles into your RV campsite, each additional vehicle will be required to have a Primitive Car Pass.

Ice is available for purchase at the Country Store, at the horse stable, and at the VIP campgrounds.

Yes, there are shuttles both around the Park itself, and from the Park to certain points within town such as Walmart, Publix, and the hotels.

We’ll release more info regarding shuttles, as well as a schedule, closer to the festival.

Yes! Camp Traction consists of music fans who choose to experience festivals / shows without the use of drugs or alcohol. Their primary purpose is to provide a safe environment for clean and sober music fans. They are not associated with AA, NA, Suwannee Hulaween, or any other organized recovery group. They are simply a group of people who share the common bond of enjoying musical events in a clean and sober state.

You can learn more about Camp Traction and join their Facebook group here.

Please click here for a complete listing of the Park’s rules. These rules are intended to allow everyone to have fun together in a stress-free environment. If you violate a Park rule, you may be ejected from the festival without a refund, banned from the Park, and / or subject to criminal or civil processes.

If you have a question about camping or the Park itself, please contact the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park.

If you have a question about ticketing, payment plans, or your order, please contact Etix at 1.800.514.3849

Etix Customer Support Hours:
Monday – Saturday: 9am to 8pm ET
Sunday: Noon to 8pm ET
**Please have your order number available so Etix Customer Support can assist you quickly**

If you have a general event question, please send us an email at [email protected]

Early Camping Pass

Suwannee Hulaween fans can begin camping as early as Sunday, October 23 at 8am ET. Each person in your party must have both a 4-Day GA or VIP pass and the appropriate Early Camping pass. The fees listed below are priced per person, and include all taxes and processing fees.

Arrive on Sunday, Oct. 23 – $70.15/person
Each person pays $70.15 and can begin early camping on Sunday, October 23.

Arrive on Monday, Oct. 24 – $60.12/person
Each person pays $60.12 and can begin early camping on Monday, October 24.

Arrive on Tuesday, Oct. 25 – $50.11/person
Each person pays $50.11 and can begin early camping on Tuesday, October 25.

Arrive on Wednesday, Oct. 26 – $40.10/person        
Each person pays $40.10 and can begin early camping on Wednesday, October 26.

Early camping prices change each day at 8am ET. To ensure a smoother check-in process, we recommend purchasing Early Camping passes online prior to arriving on site.

Early camping does not include early access to the festival grounds.

If you have a 3-Day pass for the festival and arrive on site before Friday, October 28 at 8am ET, you will be required to upgrade to a 4-Day pass, and purchase the appropriate Early Camping pass if applicable, before being permitted into the campgrounds.

Early Camping Passes are available as an add-on to your order during checkout. If you have already purchased your 3-Day or 4-Day passes and need to purchase an Early Camping Pass, you can do so at the link below.

Primitive Car PASS

A Primitive Car Pass is required for each vehicle parked at your primitive campsite.
 
Each person in each vehicle must purchase either a 3-Day or 4-Day GA pass.
 
To ensure the safety of all guests at the festival, there will be a strict no car re-entry policy to the campgrounds starting Tuesday, October 25 at 8am ET. We recommend pick up any necessary supplies prior to arriving on-site.
 
Primitive Car Passes are available as an add-on to your order during checkout. If you have already purchased your 3-Day or 4-Day passes and need to purchase a Primitive Car Pass, you can do so at the link below.
 

Primitive RV Pass

If you do not need water or electrical power for your recreational vehicle, you may purchase a 4-day “Dry RV” camping pass.

This is an RV pass for your recreational vehicle, and applies to any RV with a steering wheel, or any camper or utility trailer pulled behind a vehicle. You must store all waste in your RV until after the festival; upon exiting the festival, you may use the dump station on-site. All dry RV campsites will be assigned pending size of unit with the largest site being a 20’ x 60’ so to accommodate the larger class A rigs.

Four (4) campers are permitted per RV space, and only one (1) RV may be parked in each RV campsite. Primitive RV add-on also permits one (1) personal vehicle into your RV campsite; any additional vehicles will be required to have a Primitive Car Pass.

All personal items, (e.g., canopies, trailers) must fit within the perimeter of your site. All vehicles must be parked on the campsite – not on the road, or other surrounding campsites.

Primitive RV Passes are available as an add-on to your order during checkout. If you have already purchased your 3-Day or 4-Day passes and need to purchase a Primitive RV Pass, you can do so at the link below.

VIP Car Pass

A VIP Car Pass is required for each vehicle parked at your VIP campsite.
 
Each person in the vehicle(s) must have a VIP pass.
 
To ensure the safety of all guests at the festival, there will be a strict no car re-entry policy to the campgrounds starting Tuesday, October 25 at 8am ET. We recommend picking up any necessary supplies prior to arriving on-site.

Golf Cart Pass

Golf carts are permitted into the campgrounds, but will require proof of insurance and payment of all trail fees. All golf carts must be registered and insured in the name of the owner attending the festival; no third-party golf cart rentals will be accepted. Click here to view the Park’s golf cart policy.

All golf carts are required to pay the applicable trail fees – no exceptions.

All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), Off-Road Utility Vehicles (ORVs), or Recreational Utility Vehicles (RUVs) are not permitted into the Park.

Please contact the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park to verify that your golf cart will be permitted into the Park before arriving on site. If you bring a golf cart that is not permitted into the Park, additional on-site storage fees will apply.

Note: This pass is required to bring your own personal golf cart into the campgrounds. This pass does not include a golf cart rental.

Golf Cart Passes are available as an add-on to your order during checkout. If you have already purchased your 3-Day or 4-Day passes and need to purchase a Golf Cart Pass, you can do so at the link below.

Please Note: Payment plan deposit amounts will be visible on the last page of checkout, just under
your credit card information.

Please Note: Payment plan deposit amounts will be visible on the last page of checkout, just under
your credit card information.