CAMPING

CAMPING

Where do I find camping terms and conditions?
For terms and conditions click here.

Opening times of the campsites?

I don’t want to go to the festival, but I’d like to camp there. Is this allowed?
No. The use of our campsites is only permitted to festival attendees!
Camping wristbands are only available by presenting a valid camping + festival ticket!
Please note: camping tickets cannot be refunded!

When do you close the campsites?
On 12:00 the day after the festival.

Can I buy camping tickets on-site?
Yes, if they’re not sold out.

How does camping generally work here?

You need to have a camping wristband.
You’ll get it at the campsite office and at the main box office.
The use of our campsites is only permitted to festival attendees!
Camping wristbands are only available by presenting a valid camping + festival ticket!
Please note: camping tickets cannot be refunded!
Camping tickets –if not sold out- can be bought on-site at the campsite office.
Garbage deposit will only be refunded up until sunday, 12:00 (the moment the departure must be done).
Attention: go to the office in time! It will be closed on time; latecomers will be rejected.

Is it possible to reserve a special spot on the campsite?
No, unfortunately not because of technical and infrastructure management.
The Security will guide you to the next free spot.

We are bigger group of people and we want to camp together. Is this possible?
Only if you arrive together! It’s not possible to reserve a spot.

How about my car?
If you want to take your car onto the campsite, you need to purchase a car ticket!
The ticket is sticky and has to be applied to your front window of the car.
One sticker (car ticket) is valid for ONE vehicle. It doesn’t matter if it’s a motorbike, car, tractor or something else.
Each vehicle must have a car ticket applied onto the window (or elsewhere visible in case of motorbikes).
Accessing the campsite with multi-axle trailers and vehicles heavier than 2.8 tons is strictly prohibited!
A car/trailer combination counts as one vehicle.
You’re fine with one car ticket that has to be attached to the front window!

How about my camper/caravan?
Camper, trailer, caravans are good to go.
Accessing the campsite with multi-axle trailers and vehicles heavier than 2.8 tons is strictly prohibited!
A car/trailer combination counts as one vehicle. You’re fine with one car ticket that has to be attached to the front window

Why do we need a camping ticket per person, when we arrive in one car?
We choose that option to prevent that someone who is travelling alone in his car has to pay the same amount as a group of people in one car.
At the ROA you need one camping ticket per person and one car ticket per vehicle!

Where do I get the car ticket for my campsite?
The campsite offices are opened from Wednesday 12:00 24/7 till the end of the festival.
You can get there -if not sold out- additional car tickets.
Please notice: they are more expensive than the ones you buy in the pre-sale!

Can I camp next to my car?
Yes, everyone can camp next to his/her car.