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CAMP PUNKSYLVANIA

1911 Scranton Carbondale Highway

Dickson City, Scranton, PA 18505


GATE INFORMATION:

Campers: Friday 12pm, Saturday 10am

Single Day: Friday 3pm, Saturday/Sunday 11am


ARRIVAL PROCEDURE:

– Have tickets & ID ready.

– Park your car while you register. We'll check your ID, scan your pass and give you your wristbands/tags.

– Follow parking guide to your designated site.


RE-ENTRY

All guests are able to exit the grounds. Vehicle re-entry is only permitted for vehicles with a PARKING PASS. Passes are non-transferrable and will be checked upon arrival each time you enter and exit the facility. 

If you are camping WITH your vehicle, you do not need a parking pass. You WILL require a car camping pass.

Please note that IF you do leave and re-enter, your parking spot is NOT guaranteed and you will be placed in the next available lot.


Q: What about COVID?

A: This event is completely outdoors and adheres to Pennsylvania's COVID-19 guidelines. There is plenty of space on the 100 acre property to spread out. We'll have extra sanitation sites on hand. As always, MASK UP if you feel the need when you are within proximity to others. 


Q: When does the lineup come out?

A: Lineup begins to drop on January 10th. The full lineup will be out by March 1st.


Q: How can I contribute?

A: You can sign up to volunteer here, you can donate here, you can spread the word! 


Q: Can I bring my kid?

A: Yeah! We’ll have some activities for your little brats, too. Just remember…they are YOUR little brats and YOU are responsible for them.


Q: Does my kid need a ticket?

A: Anyone over the age of 10 requires a ticket. 


Q: If I have a car camping pass, can anyone camp with me? Do they also need a car camping pass?

A: Each car camping site is allowed up to 4 people. Only one car camping pass is required per 4 campers. However, everyone WILL need a weekend + camping pass.


Q:  Can I bring my trailer?


A:  Yes, but you must purchase an RV/Trailer add-on for trailers of any size. This add-on requires a weekend pass WITH CAMPING.


Q: Is there water?

A: Yes! Liquid Death will be providing that sweet Mountain Water all weekend. There is also water for rinsing, cleaning, etc.


Q: How big is the campsite?

A: We’ve got PLENTY of space, so feel free to spread out. There is no actual lot size per tent campsite.  All tent camping will be in Camper's Cove. Car camping sites are 20x20 and RV/trailer sites are 20x40. 


Q:  Are there showers? 

A: Yes. They are located on the backside of Concessions.


Q: Is there somewhere to buy ice?

A: Yes.


Q:  I need ADA accommodations. Where can I camp?

A:  Here are our accommodations for our ADA attendees.

- Complimentary access at the same level of ticket for one (1) caregiver

- ADA campers will be placed in our ADA camping section for both car & tent camping (map coming soon)

- Access to indoor bathrooms (located in concessions)

- ADA accessible bathrooms in ADA camping & throughout festival grounds

- Access to shaded Comfort Tent with tables & chairs located near the Main Stage

- Service animals welcome (with valid documentation)

- For those not camping: accessible parking

Please head to Registration at the Box Office upon arrival for your caregiver’s pass and appropriate badges.


Q: What are we eating?

A: Whatever the hell you want. Are you sharing? Feel free to bring your own food and beverages and the means to prepare them. There is also a full concessions stand serving specialties & snacks. Food trucks will be on site as well. 


Q: Can we have a fire?

A: We'll be doing a community bonfire at the Fire Stage.  Absolutely NO fires permitted on Hilltop, Bandcamp or Car Camping. Campfires will be allowed in Camper's Cove ONLY.


Q: Can I get a refund?

A: All sales are final. This includes tickets, vendor lots, add-ons , upgrades and parking passes. Vendors may request a refund at least 30 days prior to the first event day. 


Q:  Is camping required?

A: Nope! Camping is not included in the normal weekend price. Whether you choose to camp is totally up to you. If you ARE camping, you will need to purchase a weekend pass WITH camping.


Q: If I purchase the car camping or RV add-on, do my friends need to purchase that as well?

A: No. You only require ONE car or RV pass for every 4 people. Your car or RV will receive a special tag.


Q:  Will wristbands be mailed to us?

A:  All wristbands will be picked up at the gate when you arrive. We’ll check your ID, scan your tickets and give you your bands.


Q:  If I purchase a merch add-on, when do I get my merch?

A:  You'll be given a ticket at check-in to take to our Official Merch Booth for exchange.


Q:  Is there security?

A:  Yes, 24/7. Don’t be stupid.


Q: Will my vehicle be searched?

A: Again, don't be stupid. Vehicle searches will be done throughout the day at RANDOM. 


Q: Is there medical on-site?

A: Absolutely. 


Q: Is the campground lit up?

A: It's a campground. Yes, but there is minimal lighting, but feel free to deck your site out with all the lights you want. We encourage having fun with your campsites! Make them memorable! After all, we'll be doing a contest! 


No refunds.


ADA ACCOMMODATIONS:

Here are our accommodations for our ADA attendees.

- Complimentary access at the same level of ticket for one (1) caregiver

- ADA campers will be placed in our ADA camping section for both car & tent camping (map coming soon)

- Access to indoor bathrooms (located in concessions)

- ADA accessible bathrooms in ADA camping & throughout festival grounds

- Service animals welcome (with valid documentation)

- For those not camping: accessible parking

Please head to Registration at the Box Office upon arrival for your caregiver’s pass and appropriate badges.


PROHIBITED ITEMS & RULES:

NO ILLEGAL SUBSTANCES

NO PETS

NO WEAPONS OF ANY KIND (INCLUDES POCKET KNIVES, PEPPER SPRAY, ETC.)

NO PROFESSIONAL RECORDING EQUIPMENT WITHOUT PERMIT (PHOTO, VIDEO, OR AUDIO)

NO GANG ACTIVITY

NO RACISM, NO SEXISM. YOU WILL BE REMOVED.

ALL PROHIBITED ITEMS WILL BE CONFISCATED WITH NO PROMISE OF RETURN


SERVICE ANIMAL POLICY

Our Service Animal/Dog policy at The Circle Drive-In is taken directly from Federal Statute and regulatory law. Our plain English policy is stated below.

* Only DOGS qualify as Service Animals under Federal Law.

* Emotional Support Animals are not Service Animals, and are not permitted at The Circle Drive-In.

* Service Animals in training are not Service Animals under Federal Law and only when wearing a “Service Animal” marked vest.

* Service Animals shall have physical identifiers such as registration tags, the presence of a labeled

harness or “the credible verbal assurances of a qualified individual with a disability using the animal.”

* In the case of an un-identified Service Animal, we shall ask two questions.

Is this animal required because of a disability?

What work or task has this animal been trained to perform?

* The service animal must at all times be tethered to and in the full control of their human team member.

* A Service Animal may never be handled by or tethered to a person other than their human team member.

* The Service Animal must always be in “Full Stay” command position when not performing the service for which they have been trained.

* The Service Animal must be fully trained to urinate or defecate only on the command of their human team member.

* In order to be considered a “Service Dog” under U.S. federal law, a dog must be partnered with an individual with a disability AND perform specific, trained task work to mitigate that disability. Task work is not optional. If a dog doesn’t perform task work, it is not a Service Dog.

In closing, if your Service Animal is registered, wearing a marked Service Animal Vest and fully trained; you will find our staff and attendees very supportive of your teams presence here at Camp Punksylvania.