The festival is located in the East Park Campground – 1362 East Shore Road on the east side of the island with 25 individual sites. The sites are wooded and the public East Beach is steps away. Overflow camping available on the festival grounds.
Reservations for Festival Camping can be made only through the festival website
- Campground accommodates tents or tent trailers
- No sites are electric.
- Washroom and shower facilities.
- Individuals must be 18 unless accompanied by an adult.
- The campground is across the road from the public beach.
- Firewood is NOT to be brought to the island. You can purchase firewood at the campground.
- Fires are to be lit in designated pits only.
FOOD AND BEVERAGES
Vendors and community organizations will be on hand with delectable foods. Beer and Wine will be available in on the Festival Grounds. This is a licensed event.
People aged 16 and under, with their families, get in for free. Self-directed activities available for kids/families ++
Washrooms and showers are available at the Camp Store. More portable washrooms located on the festival grounds.
Fires need to be contained to fire pits. Firewood is available at the camp store. If you’re planning on cooking bring a stove.
At your own risk and never under the influence! Great beach. Take care of yourself and each other.
Welcome to South West Ontario! The witching hour comes just as darkness falls. Bring some bug dope, long sleeves & pants. Smudge?
Our Store carries: firewood, snacks, drinks, ice, grocery items, insect repellent, beach items, and more. We also have a wonderful selection of Pelee Island souvenirs and apparel.
We recycle. Look to sort your stash before you trash. Your empties go toward keeping the Island Unplugged floating.
DIRECTIONS TO EAST PARK FROM FERRY TERMINAL (WEST DOCK):
Upon leaving ferry terminal, turn right onto West Shore Road.
Follow West Shore Road around the curve (Pelee Island Wine Pavilion on the corner) onto East West Road.
Take East West Road to its very end, turning left onto East Shore Road.
For more information about the Pelee island campground CLICK HERE.