Camping is one of the most popular ways to experience the Mission Folk Music Festival. Whether this is your first time at our Festival or you’re an old hand, here are a few things you should keep in mind when preparing to camp:

  • This is not a registered campground, rather one that we create every year for the Festival. RV’s are welcome but we have no hook-up facilities.
  • This year the Camping gate is accessed through Festival parking.   It will open at 3:00 pm on Friday, July 22.
  • Camping is restricted to Festival patrons only. When you register at Camping HQ you will receive wristbands in exchange for your tickets. Campers must wear their wristbands for access to the campground.
  • The Mission Folk Music Festival welcomes teens and children, but minors (under the age of 19) must be accompanied by an adult who will be responsible for them. We reserve the right to ask for proof of age.
  • Vehicles and bags are subject to search by Mission Folk Music Festival staff and volunteers for alcohol or other substances that are not permitted at the Fraser River Heritage Park.
  • This year camping is restricted to Friday and Saturday nights.
  • Sorry folks, we’re going back to port-a-potties and cold showers! We hope to bring back higher quality amenities in the future.
  • Adults $20, youth $10, 12 & under free with parent or guardian. Hours of operation: tbd, watch for updates.

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Camping Courtesies


  • We strive to nurture a family atmosphere at our festival. Please do your part by introducing yourself to your neighbours.
  • To assist our staff, please ensure that all members of your campsite (including minors) are wearing their wristbands at all times.
  • Please remember that quiet hours are between 1am & 7am
  • No pets will be allowed on the Festival site unless they are certified assistance animals.
  • No distribution of any printed materials.


  • Flush toilets are at the Clayburn Building located at the east side of the park.
  • Ice is available for sale at Camping HQ


  • In the Festival campground pedestrians always have the right of way. Driving on site after dark is not permitted (unless on official Festival business).
  • Once you have brought your vehicle into the campground it must remain there. If you wish to use your car during the Festival, please park in Festival Parking.
  • In accordance with the District of Mission Bylaw 5143-2010, Fraser River Heritage Park is officially a no-smoking park. Similarly no open fires are allowed anywhere within the park boundaries.
  • Public drunkenness will not be condoned and camping privileges will be removed immediately from any campers behaving in such a manner.
  • Please report any suspicious behaviour to Camping Headquarters.
  • Camp near your friends, mark your property and your tent, and take your valuables with you. If you’re not camped near your friends, make friends with those who are camped near you.

What to Bring

  • The Festival runs rain or shine so please bring clothes for all types of weather including appropriate footwear and extra socks.
  • Hats
  • Shade cover (tarps, beach umbrellas, etc…)
  • Sunscreen, mosquito repellant
  • Flashlight and extra batteries
  • Waterproof ground cover
  • Acoustic musical instruments