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We acknowledge and honour the nation on whose traditional land we gather: the Ktunaxa. 

Gathering with friends, family, and loved ones out on the land is one of the highlights of any festival experience. We are beyond excited to dance, laugh, and create with all of you at our beautiful site tucked away in the majestic Beaverfoot range. Our relationship with the land that sustains us is of utmost importance. Please treat this space as family. Protect it, nourish it, and respect it. 



Whether you're an intrepid solo adventurer arriving at our gates with just the basics or an established camp coming in with your full living room set up, we have sites for you. You will have the option to camp in our tent only zone with the closest access to the stages and vendor village, or in our car and RV camping area a short walk away.  There is no additional fee for car camping, however in order to encourage carpooling and minimize our impact on the land, vehicle passes are required for any vehicle parking on site.

All camping areas are first-come, first-serve, so if you want to secure the best spot, make sure you plan to arrive early. For gate and arrival information, see Gate FAQs. Please note that vehicle drop off for tent only areas will only be available on Thursday, so if you wish to camp here and save yourself a walk from the parking lot, please plan accordingly. 

If you're coming to Feral with your kids, we'll have a special family camping zone set aside for you where you can meet with other families! Please let us know in advance if you are interested in camping in the family camping area when you purchase your tickets so we can be sure the space suits your needs. 

Accessible camping will also be made available upon request. Be sure to let us know your needs so we can do our very best to accommodate you. For more information on accessibility at Feral, please see our Accessibility Policy.



We share this land with countless others. It is our duty to protect and maintain the land we gather on. Please consider the plants and animals that call this place home, other campers and future generations during your time in this space. Leave no trace. 


As much as we all love to see wildlife in its natural environment, it is essential for our safety and theirs that we do everything in our power to prevent attracting any animals to our campsites. While on site at Feral, you will be deep in the heart of bear country. Please be mindful of bear aware food and garbage storage practices to minimize our impact on the surrounding area. Feral will provide extensive garbage collection facilities conveniently located throughout the camping and stage areas. Do your part by sorting your garbage, recycling, and compost, making use of provided receptacles, securing all food and garbage when you are away from your site, and leaving your site how you found it at the end of the festival. We recommend that you bring appropriate containers (clear and black bags or recycling, garbage, and compost bins) to assist with waste management at your site.

For further information on Bear Aware camping and recreating, please see BC Parks - Staying Safe in Bear Country.

For a community-based approach to wildlife interactions, please see Wildsafe BC.



Feral is located 40 minutes from Golden, BC at the conjunction of the Rocky, Purcell, and Selkirk mountains. We encourage all our guests to take the time to visit our surrounding communities and explore all that the region has to offer while they are in the area. Golden and Yoho National Park are home to world class attractions, hiking and mountain biking trails, breathtaking scenery, historical sites, shopping and dining. We are thankful to our host community for welcoming us. Please be respectful while exploring our region and act as positive ambassadors for our event and culture.

Stay tuned for updates on promotional packages available to Feral guests while visiting the area!



Feral is hosted at the beloved Beaverfoot Lodge, just 45 minutes South of Golden, BC. Seasoned festival goers and recreationalists alike will remember this location fondly, and we are honoured to be a part of their re-opening this summer. When they aren't hosting Feral, Beaverfoot Lodge is home to world class accommodation, breathtaking views, and endless possibilities for adventure. Stay tuned for more exciting news from Beaverfoot Lodge in the coming months!