- RV Camping Passes: An RV pass is required for each RV entering the campgrounds (think of it like a wristband for your RV). Each RV space will be about 20′ X 50′. Tents can be set up if they are within this space, and any slides or awnings must fit within this designated space too. The following vehicles are considered an RV, and every RV entering The Farm requires an RV Pass: Any size RV: Class A, Class B or Class C | Any size bus (no tour buses, prevosts, or motorcoaches with low clearance allowed) | Any vehicle wider or longer than a normal 15 passenger van (230.8″ x 79.3″ x 82.3″) | Any vehicle towing a camper or 5th wheel of any size. If you’re hitching anything, it’s an RV. (Box trucks and trailers are not allowed into the campgrounds.) Find companion vehicle information below in RV FAQs.
- Rent With RVshare & Get $50 off an RV Pass! (in GA or VIP) Rent your own RV through RVshare (just like you would rent a car), and get a $50 off coupon code to use on an RV pass. Choose from the largest RV rental marketplace around and customize your Bonnaroo experience. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org after you make a reservation and they will send you a code for a discounted RV pass.
What "defines" an RV? An RV is defined as any vehicle larger in length of 20’. All oversized vehicles, trailers, campers that are towed are considered RVs. For more info on RVs, head here. Also, Box Trucks are not permitted.
Companion vehicle information: Looking to bring an extra car with your RV? Along with the RV Pass, a companion vehicle must have a Car Camping Pass. Companion vehicles must arrive on site at the same time as the RV. If you are towing anything, you do not need a Car Camping Pass (however, it MUST stay attached to the RV). Even if your (non-towed) car and RV can fit into one designated RV space (20’ X 50’) you still must purchase BOTH passes to adhere to parking standards. You are limited to ONE Car Camping Pass per RV. Vehicles towing campers are considered part of the RV, and do not need a Car Camping Pass, but must remain attached to the camper.
Hookups/Dumping areas? There will not be any hookups or dumping areas. However, we will have a mobile water refill/pump option for RV’s available through United Site Services for a fee.You can reach United Site Services by flagging them down in the campgrounds or by calling them at 1-800-Toilets (864-5387).
RV power & electricity? Checkout the Bonnaroo RV Power Pass, providing the convenience of power hook ups right at your RV spot. Because there are different size RVs that require different power to operate, we have two Power Pass options available. 50 Amp (220 volt) or 30 Amp (110 volt). Not sure what that means or what type your RV requires? Read below to help you pick the right option and review the rules and regulations of the program carefully before purchasing.
What is an amp? How do I know which pass to purchase?
Some of you may be RV experts, but for those that are renting this might be a new thing. Best thing to do is to ask your RV rental supplier, or your buddy you are borrowing an RV from what amperage is needed. Many newer and/or larger 5th wheel units tend to need more power, while your more traditional units tend to need only 30 Amps. However, this can vary depending on make and model so again, please confirm your needs before making your Power Pass purchase. You don’t want to rent a luxurious unit with amazing AC that runs on 50 Amps, and only purchase a 30 Amp package! If so, there’s a strong chance, there won’t be enough power in all rooms of the RV unit, and you and your friends won’t be too happy.
Other things to know:
50 Amp (220 volt) / 30 Amp (110 volt) spots are grouped by amperage. Units will not be mixed together so please plan accordingly if you intend to travel in a group of more than 1 RV. Arrive together to camp together (per amperage). Saving spaces will not be allowed. Please make sure that the respective amp and voltage corresponds to what is indicated here: 50 Amp (220 volt) ONLY, and all 30 Amp (110 volt). No adapters or connectors that adjust the above amperage and voltage will be allowed.
What is required of you?
You must provide your own connector for the (30 or 50 Amp) spot you purchased.
Electrical extension cords must be provided for each RV, with a minimum of 75′ to run from each RV to the power source. Many RVs already come with some length of cord, meaning you may only need to supplement by having an additional 25′ extension cord.
Be sure to order the right power. In the event that an RV user overloads their 30 Amp (110 volt) or 50 Amp (220 volt) power source and “pops” their breaker, Bonnaroo staff will gladly reset the breaker one time and give the RV owner a one time warning. If the breaker “pops” a second time, the RV triggering the issue will be disconnected from the power grid without a refund for the remainder of the show.
You can find extension cords, power connectors, power adaptors, and other RV supplies at numerous places not limited to CampingWorld.com, AdventureRV.net, CandysCampers.com, Scenic RoadsRV.com, SouthernRV.net, and any other RV supply store.