CAMPING AND PARKING
JetLAG is a large festival – The campground is a mile long and is divided into three areas: PANGEA, Central Area, and Spell-Art.
Each of these areas has their own camping and parking zones, as well as some mixed areas (car-side camping). The map below shows an overview of the areas, as well as the roads that lead you to them, and scroll down further for more information about each area.
The Main Area is in the middle of the festival and closest to the Central Stage. The area is a large field with roads drawn out using paint and tape — All the space in the field is first-come-first-serve car camping area, with a limited selection of picnic tables and firepits. Similar to the Pangea village, all are welcome to camp here, but bring everything you need for the weekend!
There are some RV spots in this area — You must call the campground and arrange RV camping directly, and pay their normal RV fee.
PLENTY OF ROOM
CLOSE TO MAIN STAGE, VENDORS, PLAYGROUND, AND POOL
SHUTTLE RIDE AWAY FROM PANGEA AND SPELL-ART
ELECTRICAL AND WATER HOOKUPS
BATHROOMS WITH SHOWERS
YOU MUST COME PREPARED WITH SHADE/SUN COVER
CAN GET LOUD NEAR MAIN STAGE
Pangea is comprised of two small islands, and a large field leading to the islands. These spaces serve various purposes — Some are general camping, while others are performance areas, workshop spaces, interactive art and theme camps,
- Camping space on the island is reserved for registered Theme Camps. Theme camps all bring some sort of interactive experience and you can learn more about creating a theme camp here. Keep in mind that the theme camp island is loud! There are many sound camps.
- In the field leading up to Pangea there is the “Pangea Village” — Are all welcome to do car-side camping in this area. There is ample space, first come first serve, a small amount of fire pits and tables, and no electrical outlets! Please bring everything you may need to camp for the weekend, as tables are not guaranteed.
- This field is also home to a parking lot for theme camps, as shown in the map.