CAMPGROUND

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CAMPGROUND ACTIVITIES

Camping on the Ranch is the best way to experience the magic of the Pinejam Music Festivals. Some of the best music can be heard in the campgrounds 24-hours-a-day. There are 20 acres of scenic Hill Country campgrounds within walking distance of our outdoor theaters, vendors, and Chapel Hill. We invite both tent and RV campers.

GENERAL CAMPGROUND INFO

Campground access is included with every festival ticket. You will be issued a festival wristband at the Ticket Booth and must be wearing a valid festival wristband in order to enter ANY festival or ranch gate during the Festival.

NO PETS* are allowed on the Ranch during the festival.

NO DRUMS are allowed during the festival.
NO FIREARMS OR CONCEALED WEAPONS.
NO GENERATORS.
NO DRUGS.
NO STEREOS OR RECORDED MUSIC are allowed to be played in the campgrounds.
NO ONE UNDER 18 CAN BE ADMITTED WITHOUT PARENT OR GUARDIAN.
NO TOLERANCE for sexual misconduct or harassment.

Click here for a complete list of Campground Rules.

For folks holding tickets to the first weekend of the Pinejam Festival, you may arrive in advance of the first Festival day. More info is available here: Land Rush – Resettlement Day Information

FOOD & BEVERAGES

Every day a variety of food and beverages are available from vendors in the Kerrtry and Threadgill Theater areas of the campground, with additional food & beverage options available at Kennedy Outdoor Theater during performances. NO BOTTLES, CANS, OR ICE CHESTS are allowed in Kennedy Outdoor Theater (please support our vendors!), but are permitted in the campgrounds. Campers bring anything from the bare minimum to elaborate cooking gear. Ice is available for purchase in the campground at the Kerrtry Store.

In an effort to reduce waste, no disposable cups are provided. You may bring your own cup, or purchase a souvenir cup from the merchandise booth or most food and beverage booths in the campground.

AMENITIES

Showers and toilets are available throughout the campground. Potable water on the ranch is provided by Aqua (treated and approved by the County Health Department). Although many campers bring their own drinking water, communal drinking water outlets are provided throughout the campground. Additionally, there are several free-standing water spigots available on a first-come first-served basis. Water is free, but if you wish to leave a hose connected to a spigot, please provide a hose splitter with an open spigot so that others may access the water.

Electricity is available throughout the campground on a first-come first-served basis. The purchase of an Electric Permit is required for electricity access and is available at the Electric Permit kiosk near the Crossroads in the campground. There are a limited number of electrical plug-ins that will accommodate A/C’s; ask the Electric Permit Crew upon arrival for questions about A/C capability. Electricity permits run $6-$18 per day (depending on A/C). Discounts are available for Volunteers.

In an effort to reduce waste, no disposable cups are provided. You may bring your own cup, or purchase a souvenir cup from the merchandise booth or most food and beverage booths in the campground.

CAMPFIRES

Open fires should be within fire rings, bbq grills or outdoor type fireplaces. LARGE BONFIRES ARE NOT ALLOWED! Fires are not allowed during periods of excessive drought or when Kerr County has issued a county wide burn ban. During a burn ban, only charcoal fires in bbq grills are allowed.​

Gathering firewood on the property is not permitted. A limited amount of firewood is available near the campground showers. If you think you need a lot of wood, please bring your own. Do not burn fires under trees, branches or next to wooden structures. Fires MUST be attended at all times and must be completely extinguished before retiring for the night or leaving the campsite. Please share fires when possible, it’s more fun that way anyway.

As an extra safety precaution, the Foundation supplies (red) water buckets and burlap just outside the main campground showers for use next to campfires. When a burn ban is not in effect, please collect a red bucket, fill it with water and soak the burlap in an area near your campfire. Should a spark land outside the fire ring use said burlap to snuff it out.

If you need to find out about a burn ban before arriving at the ranch, please follow this link http://www.co.kerr.tx.us/burnban/index.html (Quiet Valley Ranch is in precinct 1) or call the office at 830-257-3600.

TENT CAMPING

Open fires should be within fire rings, bbq grills or outdoor type fireplaces. LARGE BONFIRES ARE NOT ALLOWED! Fires are not allowed during periods of excessive drought or when Kerr County has issued a county wide burn ban. During a burn ban, only charcoal fires in bbq grills are allowed.​

Gathering firewood on the property is not permitted. A limited amount of firewood is available near the campground showers. If you think you need a lot of wood, please bring your own. Do not burn fires under trees, branches or next to wooden structures. Fires MUST be attended at all times and must be completely extinguished before retiring for the night or leaving the campsite. Please share fires when possible, it’s more fun that way anyway.

As an extra safety precaution, the Foundation supplies (red) water buckets and burlap just outside the main campground showers for use next to campfires. When a burn ban is not in effect, please collect a red bucket, fill it with water and soak the burlap in an area near your campfire. Should a spark land outside the fire ring use said burlap to snuff it out.

If you need to find out about a burn ban before arriving at the ranch, please follow this link http://www.co.kerr.tx.us/burnban/index.html (Quiet Valley Ranch is in precinct 1) or call the office at 830-257-3600.

RV SITES

Open fires should be within fire rings, bbq grills or outdoor type fireplaces. LARGE BONFIRES ARE NOT ALLOWED! Fires are not allowed during periods of excessive drought or when Kerr County has issued a county wide burn ban. During a burn ban, only charcoal fires in bbq grills are allowed.​

Gathering firewood on the property is not permitted. A limited amount of firewood is available near the campground showers. If you think you need a lot of wood, please bring your own. Do not burn fires under trees, branches or next to wooden structures. Fires MUST be attended at all times and must be completely extinguished before retiring for the night or leaving the campsite. Please share fires when possible, it’s more fun that way anyway.

As an extra safety precaution, the Foundation supplies (red) water buckets and burlap just outside the main campground showers for use next to campfires. When a burn ban is not in effect, please collect a red bucket, fill it with water and soak the burlap in an area near your campfire. Should a spark land outside the fire ring use said burlap to snuff it out.

If you need to find out about a burn ban before arriving at the ranch, please follow this link http://www.co.kerr.tx.us/burnban/index.html (Quiet Valley Ranch is in precinct 1) or call the office at 830-257-3600.

LANDRUSH RE-SETTLEMENT DAY

Open fires should be within fire rings, bbq grills or outdoor type fireplaces. LARGE BONFIRES ARE NOT ALLOWED! Fires are not allowed during periods of excessive drought or when Kerr County has issued a county wide burn ban. During a burn ban, only charcoal fires in bbq grills are allowed.​

Gathering firewood on the property is not permitted. A limited amount of firewood is available near the campground showers. If you think you need a lot of wood, please bring your own. Do not burn fires under trees, branches or next to wooden structures. Fires MUST be attended at all times and must be completely extinguished before retiring for the night or leaving the campsite. Please share fires when possible, it’s more fun that way anyway.

As an extra safety precaution, the Foundation supplies (red) water buckets and burlap just outside the main campground showers for use next to campfires. When a burn ban is not in effect, please collect a red bucket, fill it with water and soak the burlap in an area near your campfire. Should a spark land outside the fire ring use said burlap to snuff it out.

If you need to find out about a burn ban before arriving at the ranch, please follow this link http://www.co.kerr.tx.us/burnban/index.html (Quiet Valley Ranch is in precinct 1) or call the office at 830-257-3600.

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