Chinook Fest 2016 was our best and biggest yet! We have a few changes and a bunch of exciting new things in store for 2017.
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21+ Friday & Saturday. Minors will not be permitted in festival grounds or in park camping.
ALL AGES Sunday, kids under 12 are FREE.
General tent camping is included with your ticket purchase. Enjoy a spot under the trees with the Naches River rolling by. Campfires not permitted.
RV & Car Camping
Want to reserve a spot that allows you to bring the amenities of home? RV & Car Camping spots are available for $100 or $125. These spots will allow you ample space to park your rig, or pull your car right alongside your tent. NO HOOK-UPS. Campfires not permitted. Get tickets HERE.
Elk Ridge Campground RV Sites
Located next door to Jim Sprick Park, Elk Ridge Campground offers dry hookup RV sites with on-site restrooms and showers. The campground is connected to the festival grounds via a private walking trail. These sites are extremely limited and available for $200 for the weekend. Get tickets HERE.
Parking is FREE for all ticket holders.
Join in our morning yoga sessions on the banks of the Naches River accompanied by crystal singing bowls with Christine Gamache.
Sunday is open to All Ages and kids under 12 are FREE! Let them express their music prowess at Blake Noble’s Didgeridoo Workshop or find their creativity tie-dying Chinook Fest t-shirts.
Fun & Games
Grab your friends and enjoy a game of lawn golf or corn-hole. Maybe make it a tournament! Games are made available on a first come, first served basis.
Jim Sprick Park is located at the base of the Cascade Mountains, along the Naches River. We encourage you to bring your bathing suit to take a dip or your hiking shoes to explore the nearby hills.
Is parking FREE?
Yes, parking is FREE for all ticket holders.
When can I arrive?
Park gates open on Friday at 8 a.m. for you to begin to set-up camp. Festival gates will open at 3 p.m. We request that the park be clear by dusk on Sunday.
Can I have a fire pit or BBQ at my campsite?
No open flame fires of any kind are permitted. Propane fires and cook stoves are okay.
Do you accept Credit Cards?
Due to limited internet access at the park, the festival and most vendors accept CASH ONLY! There is no ATM on-site.
Can I bring my dog, cat, lizard, etc?
No. Pets are not permitted at the park or on festival grounds.
Do I have to be over 21 years old?
Yes. The event is 21 and over on Friday and Saturday. Sunday is open to all ages and we encourage you to have your family and kiddos come join you. Kids under 12 are FREE!
Can I park my car at my campsite?
No. If you wish to have your car parked alongside your tent, you must purchase an RV/Car Camping pass. Get tickets HERE.
Can I reserve a campsite next to my friends?
Tent camping is first come, first served. For those who purchase a RV/Car Camping pass, we will do our best to get you parked alongside your family or friends.
Do RV sites have hook-ups?
No. RV sites at Jim Sprick Park do not have hook-ups. Sites at neighboring Elk Ridge Campground do offer dry hook-ups and are available for $200 for the weekend. You can purchase all RV sites HERE.
What items are NOT allowed within festival grounds?
Alcohol, drugs, weapons and open containers (excluding reusable water bottles) will not be allowed beyond the security checkpoint into the festival grounds.
Beer, wine, cider and food will be sold in designated areas within the festival grounds. And, in an effort to reduce plastic consumption, Chinook Fest has partnered with Liberty Bottleworks to offer customized Chinook Fest aluminum water bottles, and has also partnered with Rainier to offer stainless steel Miir Tallboys that will be for sale at the merchandise booth. Reusable water bottles and tall boys are the only containers that will be allowed through the festival gates and can be refilled at the water refill station or in the beer garden, respectfully.
Is there cell phone service at the venue?
Most likely no. A few carriers will work occasionally, but expect to be without for the weekend. We still encourage you to bring your camera phones and be ready to Facebook, Tweet and Instagram your pictures and experiences when you get back to the real world! #chinookfest
There will be a physical land line for use in emergency situations only.
Are there showers?
Yes. The park has two coin operated showers which cost $2 for a few minutes. Bring your quarters!
How can I volunteer, be a vendor or get my band on stage?
We’re always looking for volunteers, new vendors and band submissions, so just Contact Us.