FAQ

Hey Folks! Tickets are available on site. Come on up to the Peg House, we'll be here.

What are the accommodations?

Your festival pass comes with camping at Standish Hickey Campground for the event. Camping is shared and so expect to have some neighbors and meet some new friends. Each campsite has a fire ring with a grill, a cabinet for food storage and a picnic table. Dogs are allowed but please keep your pup on leash and have means to clean up after them. Quiet hours for the camp are technically at 10pm so try to keep the party over at The Peg House as much as possible.

Where can I park?

There will be limited parking at the campground (ie don’t expect to get a spot) and additional parking right across the street at the venue. Carpooling is strongly encouraged. You can drive up and drop off your things at the campsite before being directed to parking at The Peg House.

What will I eat?

The Peg House Grill has some delicious eats including BBQ oysters, tri-tip sandwiches, fresh lemonade and more. There is also a general store with a wide variety of groceries and snacks. They have beer on tap and also beer and wine for sale at The Peg House general store. They also have ice for sale.

What should I bring?

Sunblock, bathing suit, tent, sleeping bag, sandals and comfie shoes, beach towel, sun hat, flashlights and lanterns, cook stove if you want to cook your own meals at the camp, firewood, warm clothes for the evenings and the mornings it gets chilly. We will also broadcasting from the stage all weekend on 107.7 FM, so bring a radio!

Is there swimming?

Yup. A quick hike down from the campsite plops you down on the South Fork of the Eel River where you will find a lovely swimming hole.

Will my cell phone work?

Not really, coverage is spotty at best. Look forward to a screen-free weekend!!

Where the hell is this place again?

3 hours north of San Francisco up the 101. Specifically 69501 Highway 101 N Leggett CA.

Where do I go to get a hickey?

That one’s up to you. May the odds be ever in your favor!