Charleston Bluegrass Festival Camping
at The Woodlands Nature Reserve
Friday & Saturday, March 20 & 21, 2020
CHARLESTON BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL • CAMPING AT WOODLANDS NATURE RESERVE
The Woodlands Nature Reserve in Charleston, SC is excited to provide unrivaled access to outdoor events and recreation. Featuring 11 freshwater lakes, a wetland swamp, and an abundance of natural beauty on this 6,000 acre private nature reserve. The goal of Woodlands Nature Reserve is to both provide the public a unique experience in nature while protecting and enhancing wildlife habitat.
***Camping purchase does not include a ticket to the festival.***
You must purchase separate tickets for festival entrance. These tickets are ONLY for camping at Woodland Nature Reserve
The following are encouraged for campers to bring:
Bikes - great biking around the big lake, wonderful way to get around and explore.
Hikes - there are trails through the woods among oaks and beach trees, discover secluded lake front areas.
Paddle boards and Kayaks - 50 acre lake with two islands, rentals will be available.
Because it is a Nature Reserve, please leave fishing rods, guns and dogs at home. We love dogs and recognize guns and fishing are fun for many people, however we invite you to observe wildlife while you are here. The animals are the hosts, we are the guests.
Groups – To ensure that you are able to camp together, groups must arrive and enter the campground together.
Campsites cannot be held or reserved.
Campers are welcome to bring bikes, kayaks, and stand up paddle boards.
Portable restrooms are provided and hand wash stations. There are no showers or water.
Campers are allowed to have campfires. There are not designated fire pits in each campsite.
No outside firewood (Firewood is provided on a first come first serve)
No reentry after 11pm
No-outside alcohol or coolers in the festival area
No concealed weapons
No trespassing on restricted areas