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GENERAL CAMPING INFO
MOVE IN STARTS 2PM THURSDAY
Camp Site tickets are sold on a per-site (not per-person) basis and are valid from 2 p.m. Thursday until 10 a.m. Monday.
- Sites include one vehicle. Extra vehicle passes are $25 and sold “as available” from your camp host, maximum one per campsite.
- “RV camping” is considered anything with wheels (fifth-wheels, motor homes, camper-vans, travel-trailers, truck campers, tent-trailers). “TENT-only camping” is restricted to tents (no tent-trailers or anything with a steering wheel of any kind).
- Only one RV, or “anything with wheels,” is allowed per site. You can add additional “wheel-less” tents to a RV site if in your marked boundaries.
- Generators allowed outside of quiet time hours, which are 10pm-7am. NO GENERATORS DURING QUIET HOURS.
- View complete camping Rules and Regulations.
- No Drought will be providing potable water service for Jamboree campers. They will have multiple tankers circulating throughout Jamboree campgrounds from 8am-5pm Thursday-Saturday of the event. RV holding tank fills are $100 per tank. Pool pricing is determined by pool size and will be established at the time of the fill. Service is on a first come, first serve basis. You must flag a truck down for water service. You will not be able to preschedule or request water service via phone, text, email, voicemail, etc… The only way for Jamboree patrons to get water is to flag a truck down! Please be pleasant, patient, and plan accordingly.
- Camping Rules and Regulations are subject to change without notice.
An information booth is located inside the festival. Also available at this booth is Lost and Found.
The Jamboree has a limited number of premium parking passes available. Parking is also offered near the concert at reasonable per day prices. Free street parking can often be found early in the day. There is no overnight parking allowed in any paid Jamboree parking lots.
Sorry, NO pets allowed into the festival. Service animals are welcome.
Please see the section on Cameras.
A limited quantity of premier general admission tickets are typical. This is a designated area near the Reserved Seating section. Bring your own chairs. To get a good seat, you don’t have to arrive early.
Please keep in mind that long lines form prior to headline shows. We encourage you to arrive early to avoid the late afternoon line up. Gates open at 1:00 pm Friday, and at 11:00 am Saturday and Sunday. If you are leaving the festival, please be advised that there may be long re-entry lines.
The Reserved Seating area is located in front of the stage and offers excellent viewing and great photo opportunities. Reserved seating is sold as a 3-day ticket only. Chairs are provided. NO STROLLERS OR INFANT SEATS PERMITTED IN RESERVED SEATING. Everyone in the reserved seating section regardless of age must have a reserved ticket and the appropriate wristband WITH THE EXCEPTION of infants age 1-year or younger. Smaller children who are not sitting on parents’ laps must have a Reserved wristband.
Available in many areas throughout the site. Handicap-accessible portable restrooms are available on Festival site, as well as in each of the campgrounds. There are hand washing facilities available.
All food and beverage purchases are made by using your RFID wristband. You must create an account and “load” your credit card onto your wristband to make purchases from Oregon Jamboree Vendors.
Chairs are provided in the Reserved seating area only. General Admission and Premier General Admission ticket holders should bring standard camp chairs. No double chairs, loungers, high back, or chairs with side tables or foot rests. Back height should not exceed 20″ (shoulder height). Limit of 4 single chairs per person. SEE CHAIR POLICY BELOW. No Wagons, chair caddies, or similar items will be allowed into the Festival. No Carry-in chairs allowed in the Reserved Seating area. NO BLANKET SEATING.
In-between concerts on the main stage, artists will be performing on a second stage for a constant flow of music.
Showers are available at The Rodeo Grounds (RV9 & RV10), City Hall (RV18), Storage Depot (RV17), High School Track (RV3 & RV4), High School Gym, High School Pool, the Boys & Girls Club & Steelhead Fitness for a minimal fee.
The use of tobacco products is not permitted on school district property within the State of Oregon (OAR 581-021-0110). “Tobacco” is defined to include any lighted or unlighted cigarette, cigar, pipe, bidi, clove cigarette, and any other smoking product, spit tobacco, also known as smokeless, dip, chew, snuff, in any form, nicotine or nicotine delivering devices, chemicals or devices that produce the physical effect of nicotine substances or any other tobacco substitute (e.g., e-cigarettes). This does not include FDA-approved nicotine replacement therapy products used for the purpose of cessation. Smoking is allowed only in the Beer Gardens or other designated areas.
We welcome all patrons to carry their own personal EMPTY water bottles into the venue. No liquids will be permitted through the gates, even if the bottle is sealed. Water filling stations are available inside the venue.
The Oregon Jamboree will not be requiring proof of vaccination for those attending or working at the Oregon Jamboree.
Masks will be required if the State of Oregon is requiring them at the time of the Oregon Jamboree.
We understand that COVID-19 has been a serious safety concern in the past 18 months and respectfully request all those concerned to feel free to wear masks and use hand sanitizer frequently. As this is an outdoor event, we feel confident that the environment will be as safe as possible.
We would like to remind you that the concert is an outdoor event rain-or-shine. Please be prepared for hot, sunny days and cool evenings. Comfortable shoes, sunscreen, and warm clothing for the evening hours are advised.
Will Call offices are located adjacent to the festival main gates.
Will Call Hours
Your concert ticket is your RFID wristband. Wristbands not received in the mail pre-festival can be picked up in the Event Box Office Will Call from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm on Thursday and from 10:00 am to 9:30 pm on Friday and Saturday, and from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm on Sunday. This band is required for entry into the concert site and will not be replaced if cut or damaged in any way. A $25 will be charged to deactivate a wristband due to it having to be cut off because it is too tight, or if it was shipped to a wrong address on file.
RENT A PERSONAL PORT-A-POTTY
Rent a personal port-a-potty for your campsite! (Very limited supply available and sold out for 2021. These are notes for next year.)
- 4′ x 4′ unit, 3-day rental, stocked with toilet paper and sanitizer.
- No handicapped units available to rent, but handicapped units are available at each campground.
- Unit is located in back right corner of campsite.
- Renter can move unit. Any damage will be responsibility of renter. Charges may apply!
- Padlocks encouraged to prevent misuse.
- The Oregon Jamboree is not responsible for use of renter’s unit by other persons unaffiliated with renter.
- Personal Port-a-Potties will not be serviced during weekend.
Volunteer camp hosts are on site to place campers and answer questions.
- Free shuttle service is provided continuously every 15-30 minutes for sites RV6, RV7, RV9, RV10, TENT14, RV17, RV18, RV20, RV23 and RV25.
- Campsites are 20’X40′ or 25’X50′ with no hook-ups.
- Propane cooking grills welcome if fire danger level allows; open fires and charcoal grills prohibited.
- Portable toilets and sanitation services are provided at each campsite. Water is provided at most campgrounds.
- Showers are available for a minimal fee at the Boys & Girls Club, Rodeo Grounds-RV9, RV3, RV15, RV18, HS Gym, HS Pool, and Steelhead Fitness downtown.