Campervan/caravan tickets for Glastonbury 2015
will be available in Spring 2015, costing £90.
You will be able to book Campervan Tickets in April when you have paid the balance for at least one of the tickets on your booking.
Please note car park and campervan tickets are only available to general admission ticket holders. It is not possible to purchase a car park or campervan ticket when booking or paying the balance for a coach package.
Only campervans or caravans with fitted sleeping, and washing or cooking facilities will be allowed into the campervan field. Please refer to the CAMPERVAN INFORMATION PAGE for more information about which types of vehicles can use these fields.
Campervan passes usually sell out well before the Festival, so it’s best to book them when you pay the balance on your tickets!
Caravans, trailer tents and campervans will only be admitted to special secure fields either along the Blue Route (off the A37), or on the White Route (off the A361) according to the type of ticket purchased.
For Glastonbury Festival 2014, vehicles had access to the campervan/caravan fields from 1200 hours on Tuesday 24th June until 1400 hours Sunday 29th June, and then from 1800 hours Monday 30th June.
To enable traffic to exit the site, Blue Route becomes one-way outbound from 1400 hours Sunday afternoon until 1800 hours on Monday evening. As a result, no vehicles can access the campervan/caravan fields during this time. Please do not leave the campervan/caravan fields in your vehicle and expect to get back to the fields during these times, or arrange for others to pick up during this period, as access will be refused.
Please note, if you hire a campervan to be delivered to the site, it can only be delivered to the East campervan fields (not the West).
Camping and caravan FAQs
Can I park my campervan/ caravan in the main car parks?
Do I need a special ticket for the camper/caravan fields?
Does every person staying in our campervan/caravan need a Festival ticket?
How do our friends gain access to the campervan fields if they travel separately?
What counts as ‘suitable fitted facilities’ in a camper/Caravan?
What will happen to my vehicle if it is considered unsuitable for the campervan fields?
What facilities are provided in the camper/caravan fields?
Is electricity available?
Does the Festival provide campers or caravans for hire on site?
Can I hire a camper/caravan myself and bring it to the Festival?
Can the Festival supply details of camper/caravan hire companies we can use?
How do we gain access to the camper/caravan fields on arrival?
When can we gain access to the camper/caravan fields?
How do I arrange for my hired camper/caravan to get on and off site?
Can my car be kept beside the caravan in the camper/caravan field?
Can I pitch a tent next to my camper/caravan?
Can I bring my trailer tent?
Can I bring a winnebago or extra large caravan?
Will I be able to put up an awning? Can I sleep under it?
How will I know where to place my campervan/caravan/towing car/awning/tent in the field?
Can I bring a generator?
Can I bring glass bottles with me in my camper/caravan?
Separate fields for ticket holders to park campervans and caravans are available adjacent to the Festival site. Sleeping in vehicles in the car parks is strictly forbidden, as it is contrary to our licence. Regular checks will be made by Security patrols.
Yes. Campervan/caravan tickets to park in these fields are available for an additional fee of £85, and can be purchased at the same time as paying your Festival ticket balance. See the Tickets page for details. Please note that for 2014 there were two campervan areas – on Blue Route on the East of the site;
and on White Route on the West of the site. Please ensure you follow the correct route according to the colour of your ticket.
Yes. No one will be allowed into the Campervan/Caravan fields without a weekend Festival ticket.
If your friends are arriving separately to your campervan or caravan they will not be able to gain vehicular access to the campervan fields (as only one car is permitted on the pitch). They will need to buy a car park ticket to park in the public car parks, or travel by public transport, and make their way to the campervan fields on foot via the pedestrian gates. If they are travelling to the East side they can walk directly from the car park into the campervan area. On the West side they will need to park in the car parks, then enter the site through the pedestrian gates and walk through the site to the West Campervan pedestrian gate.
Your campervan/caravan MUST have purpose-built fitted sleeping facilities and either fitted cooking or washing facilities. Any converted vehicles must clearly be live-in vehicles. This does not mean simply a van with a piece of foam cut to size for a bed, and a bucket for washing!
A team of campsite staff and security staff will check that campervans and caravans coming into these fields have bona fide living accommodation. No other vehicles will be let onto these fields under any circumstances – not even late replacement vehicles in the case of a breakdown – sorry.
Unsuitable vehicles, including unconverted vans, with tickets for the camper van fields, will not be allowed entry and will be sent to one of the festival car parks – and, as it is contrary to our licence, security patrols will not permit sleeping in any vehicles in these car parks.
Water, waste-water containers, toilets, and a food trader open 24 hours a day. The fields are surrounded by steel shield fencing and patrolled by security staff.
There is no electricity provided for field users.
The Festival does not rent caravans to ticket holders, or have any arrangements with contractors to rent caravans.
Yes, provided you have purchased a weekend Festival ticket and a campervan ticket.
The Festival holds no such details, and is unable to provide any information regarding hire. Please make your own enquiries.
The only access to the East campervan/caravan fields is via the Blue Route, along from the A37.
The only access to the West campervan/caravan fields is via the White Route, along the A361.
A campervan/caravan ticket with your specific routing colour will be sent to you with your Festival tickets, which will permit access to the Pylle Road via the Blue Route, or the White Route from the A361 and allow you to park in the appropriate campervan/caravan fields.
You will need to display the coloured routing element in your window on approaching the site. You will then be issued with your pass on site once your campervan/caravan has been checked and approved by the campervan/caravan field stewards.
From 1200 hours Tuesday 24th June until 1400 hours Sunday 29th June, and then from 1800 hours Monday 1st July.
To enable traffic to exit the site, Blue Route becomes one-way outbound from 1400 hours Sunday afternoon until 1800 hours on Monday evening. As a result, no vehicles can access the campervan/caravan fields during this time. Please do not leave the campervan/caravan fields in your vehicle and
expect to get back to the fields during these times, or arrange for others to pick up during this period, as access will be refused.
We have developed a system with the contractors delivering the campervans/caravans so they can use the hire document/delivery note to bring the vehicle on to the Festival site. The contractor will need to arrange access to the fields by contacting the Off-Site Manager through the Festival Site Office. The ticket holder then uses the campervan/caravan permit to get into the site when they arrive later.
After the Festival, it is not possible to gain access to the site to pick up a caravan between 1400 hours on Sunday afternoon and 1800 hours on Monday evening. Campervan fields staff leave on Monday at 1800 hours, but caravans can be left until Tuesday for a contractor to pick up. However, this is at
the contractor’s risk. The Festival accepts no responsibility for any caravan left after the fields close at 1800 hours on Monday.
Yes, there is space for one car to be parked beside or infront of the caravan. However, any other member of your party arriving separately by car will need to purchase a car parking ticket for £25
The Fire Officer will not allow ticket-holders to camp beside campervans or cars due to the risk of contiguous fire, but it is permitted to camp behind them.
Yes, as long as it is a purpose-built, manufacturer-made trailer tent.
Yes. However, for all vehicles longer than 8 metres it will be necessary to purchase two caravan/campervan tickets, to cover the extra space required.
Yes, manufacturers awnings are acceptable and can be slept in if they are a manufacturers annex or inner tent , but please make parking steward aware if you are sleeping in the awning.
Stewards will be on hand in the campervan fields to advise on siting vehicles. It is not possible to reserve a specific area – space is allocated on a first come first served basis. Caravans, their towing cars and campervans will be parked in rows, with a 4 metre fire road between the rows. Each pitch will be 7 metres wide by 8 metres long. For any vehicle longer than 8 metres it will be necessary to purchase two caravan/campervan tickets, to cover the extra space required.
No. Absolutely no generators are to be brought on site.
Glass is not permitted anywhere on festival land. The security staff will also check for any other items not permitted on site, as specified in the terms and conditions on weekend tickets. Security staff will confiscate any such items and may refuse entry to the site. The decision of the security team will be final.
Click here to view the Conditions of use of the Caravan and Campervan Fields