TICKETSI canʼt wait to camp at Faerieworlds. What type of ticket do I need?
To camp at Faerieworlds and to enter the camping areas, you need a three day Inner Circle Passport or Outer Grove Passport. If you are not camping on site, you need a One Day, Two Day or a Weekend ticket. Tickets are available from the Faerieworlds website, at the Admissions tent at the festival.
I bought a ticket but canʼt make it. Can I give my ticket to a friend?
All tickets are non-refundable, however they are transferable to another person. Please bring the printed receipt, order number or first/last name of purchaser to Admissions when checking in at WILL CALL. Once wristbands are attached to guests, they cannot be transferred in any way. Attendees with wristbands that have been cut or re-tapped onto guests will not be admitted to the site.
What about children: do they need a ticket too?
Yes. Childrenʼs Camping passes for ages 6 – 12) can be purchased and children 5 and under may camp FREE. All minors must be accompanied by an adult at all times in camping areas. Kids admission is FREE on Sunday.
PARK RULES AND REGULATIONS
FIRE DANGER: Faerieworlds takes place at the height of fire season in Oregon. Per order of Lane County Parks and the Forestry Service all fire regulations will be strictly enforced. NO OPEN FLAME of any kind is allowed on site.: and NO means NO. This includes campfires, candles, poi or spinning. This is by order of Lane County Parks, Goshen Fire Dept. and the Forestry Service and will be strictly enforced.
ABSOLUTELY NO SMOKING in the event site except in designated Smoking Areas. This is by order of Lane County Parks, Goshen Fire Dept. and the Forestry Service and will be strictly enforced.
NO GLASS will be allowed in the event site for the safety of all guests, especially children.
BEER & ALCOHOL will be available ONLY in the designated Beer and Wine Booths in the Festival site.
TRASH & RECYCLING – Faerieworlds strives to be a ZERO IMPACT Event. Please take some time to help clean up your campsite and the event site, use the Trash and Recycling bins on site and help us to LEAVE ONLY FOOTPRINTS.
ARRIVAL / PARKING
Can I bring my dog, cat, ferret, owl or pet crow?
No. Guests may not bring animals of any kind into the event site.
I have an assistance animal; what about me?
Qualified assistance animals will be allowed under the ADA rules.
ALL dogs in Lane County and in all cities located within Lane County are required to be licensed. Lane County also requires that all licensed service dogs have a license with a “S” on the tag that identifies it as a bona fide service dog. As of March 15, 2011, only dogs are recognized as Service Animals (no cats, reptiles, etc.) under titles II and III of the ADA.
By Lane County and ADA definition. a service animal is a dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for a person with a disability. Lane County Animal Services has a Service Dog affidavit that is required of those requesting that their dog be licensed as a service animal. If you have a service dog, you will be asked to fill out this simple form at Admissions. It states the USDJ and Lane County definition of a service dog and asks for your name. address, license number and two simple questions: 1. Is the dog a service animal, as defined above, required because of a disability? Yes _____ No _____ and 2. What work or task has the dog been trained to perform? This completed form is required for the admission of your service dog to the event.
OK Iʼm at Faerieworlds: where can I park?
There is a $20.00 charge for Parking for three days: $10 per day. If you purchased an Advance Parking Pass, please display it on the inside of the driver’s side windshield. Our Parking Staff will direct you to the appropriate parking field; each are about a 5-10 min walk to the site.
Parking Fees are CASH ONLY; there will be an ATM machine in the Parking Entrance area.
Iʼm alterabled: where can I park?
Per order of Lane County Parks, Alterabled Parking is immediately adjacent to the access road leading to the event site. Our Parking staff will guide you to your space. It is a hard surface road to the event site. Pedicabs will be available for transportation by donation.
What about fire lanes?
For everyone’s safety and security, please observe and follow all NO PARKING signage and marked fire lanes. These are here for your safety. Any vehicles or camping structures found in marked fire lanes are subject to immediate removal or towing at the owners expense.
What about smoking? Where can I do that?
NO SMOKING IS PERMITTED ANYWHERE ON THE EVENT SITE except in designated areas. By order of Lane County Parks and the Fire Rangers, due to fire danger, smoking is permitted only in designated areas on the paved road outside the camping and main event areas. Please use the smoke disposal units provided in these areas. This will be strictly enforced by Lane Parks and Fire Rangers; violation can and does result in citation.
Can I get high at the festival?
Sorry, Lane County Parks and Eugene police department prohibits the possession or use of all illegal drugs, paraphernalia of any sort and nitrous oxide. These items will be confiscated and violators will be promptly removed from the venue without refund of tickets or camping fees. Any citations or costs affiliated with these items are the sole responsibility of the offender. NO WEAPONS, NO NITROUS OXIDE, NO ILLEGAL DRUGS OR PARAPHERNALIA
I have a medical card: can’t I smoke?
No. Possession of a Medical Marijuana card does NOT give you permission to smoke on site.
FOOD AND DRINK
Will food and drinks be available on site?
Yes, Faerieworlds has an excellent food court containing mostly organic omnivore, vegetarian and vegan cuisine and many of our food vendors will be open at night for our camping guests.
Is there potable water available onsite?
Yes. Guests will have access to potable water In the Food Court area to refill containers. Please ask a Staff member or listen to the Stage announcements for the potable water location.
Any advice on being safe and comfortable at Faerieworlds?
Drink plenty of water! Itʼs easy to get dehydrated in the summer sun. The Festival takes place in an open field so be sure to wear plenty of sunscreen. The event grounds can be uneven so we strongly suggest you wear sturdy shoes or boots. Carry and use a flashlight at night and bring extra batteries. An LED camp light or headlamp is a great idea. The best way to stay healthy and happy is to wash your hands and use a sanitizer after using the facilities.
What about event security?
Faerieworlds will have bonded roving security throughout the festival and campground areas 24-7. Event Security can be recognized by the bright color SECURITY t-shirts and safety vests. For your added information, comfort and security, we will also have event safety personnel on site, recognized by the bright color SAFETY t-shirts.
What do I do if someone is harassing me?
Harassment of any kind, including physical or verbal assault, battery, deliberate intimidation, stalking, or unwelcome verbal or physical attentions, is not acceptable at Faerieworlds and will not be tolerated. If people tell you “no,” that they are not interested in interacting with you in any way or to leave them alone – “no means NO” – your business with them is done. If you continue to attempt to have contact with those people, you may be removed from the premises.
We are all responsible for being our own advocates in interpersonal situations. Except in situations of confirmed harassment as defined above, Faerieworlds is not responsible for solving any interpersonal problems that may arise between individual members. In general, we can take no action to prevent a person from attending the convention unless that person has made a specific and credible threat toward the convention itself or if another individual can produce a legal restraining order. If you have any questions about your personal security or need assistance, please contact a member of our Security team.
WATER AND HYGENE
Where can I get water on site?
Drinking water will be available from water trucks; Please ask a Staff member or listen to the Stage announcements for the potable water location. Please bring reusable water bottles and help us reduce much trash. Please fill up during the day before returning to camp.
What about toilets and showers?
Portable toilets, sanitation stations and sinks will be conveniently located within the camping areas as well as in the event site. For your own health and safety, please be sure to WASH YOUR HANDS AND USE A SANITIZER after using the facilities; DO THIS FOR YOUR OWN HEALTH AND PROTECTION.
I heard there were showers?
There will be a hot shower station centrally located on the road across from the Native Plant Nursery next to the barn. Showers hours will be posted. Hot water is limited, so plan accordingly and be kind to your neighbors by showering quickly!
MEDICAL AND FIRST AID
Where can I get medical attention if I need it?
Faerieworlds will have a First Aid Tent next to Admissions across from the event site entrance staffed by a professional medical team including EMTs, paramedics and registered nurses who are experienced in festival medical care operating 24 hours a day from Friday 8AM through Monday at 12 noon. Please locate the First Aid booth via the onsite maps upon your arrival.
Anything I should watch out for on the event site?
The event site is an open field whose surface can be uneven in areas and may contain holes and prickly plants. For your safety and comfort we recommend adults and especially children wear sturdy shoes at all times. There is poison oak in the surrounding woods and along the roads and paths to the site. Please use extreme caution when walking in these areas. If you contract poison oak i.e. you have an itchy skin rash, please go to the First Aid tent immediately for treatment.
I lost something valuable; where can I go to report it and see if anyone found it?
Lost and Found will be at the Admissions Booth at the entrance to the event field.
In the very unlikely event that we must evacuate the area, please remain calm and follow the instructions of our Security and Parking teams to one of the two exit roads from the site. The first exit road is the one you arrived on: through the yellow gate to Frank Parrish road. The second is the exit gate at the far end of the Overflow Parking Area through the Wildish property the borders the event site. The Emergency Exit routes will be marked on site and in the Program Book.
Please be patient and considerate of others when you leave the event site. Use a flashlight or headlamp when walking on the roads or in the Parking Fields. Follow the instructions of our Security and Parking teams to the road is the one you arrived on: through the yellow gate to Frank Parrish road. Drive slowly and be mindful of pedestrians, especially small children, and be respectful of our neighbors on Seavey Loop: please do not disturb them! Carry the spirit of Faerieworlds home with you!
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