Camping at Rhythms on the Rio

Camping is included with your 3-day Festival Pass.  The campground opens Friday at 8:00 am.

You will have the option to CAR CAMP in a 20×20 space with your vehicle.  This is for vehicles under 20′ and those pulling campers under 20′.  (you will need to unhook your camper).

There is also WALK-IN TENT CAMPING available, among the trees!  A drop-0ff area will be available to get your gear as close as possible.  Cars for walk-in campers will be parked in a nearby area and be accessible throughout the festival.

RVs and LARGE CAMPERS (20′ +) are permitted, but you must purchase an RV Pass.  These are PRIMITIVE RV sites – no hook-ups.  The RV site is in a great location in the festival grounds. We ask everyone to respect their neighbors with no music from your cars or radios so everyone can enjoy a peaceful evening after the festival.

Generators: Generator use NOT allowed. We want everyone to enjoy their time here at the Rhythms on the Rio. We ask that everyone be respectful, be mindful and above all love their neighbor!

Family Camping Area: Please let camping attendant know if you would like to be placed away from the camping stage. This will allow for a quiet evening at the opposite end of the field of the campground stage. Music will still be audible from the campground stage even though we are trying to place the family area in a remote location.

RV Camping: RVs over 20′ require an RV pass. Camping/tent sites are 20 x 20 feet.

Campfires on Site: Sorry, no campfires allowed in the on-site camping area.

Unlawful Entry to Campground: DO NOT sneak into the Camping Area. ROTR has an agreement with the Del Norte Police Department whereas anyone caught sneaking into the Festival or found on the Festival grounds without proper credentials (ie proper wristband, etc) will be escorted out of the Festival and charged with trespassing. We don’t want to harsh any ones mellow, but we need to do this to limit our liability. All who attend must agree to be responsible for themselves and their actions, and can hold the South Fork Music Association and ROTR harmless for any stupid action on their part resulting in injury, or god forbid worse. You do this when purchasing your ticket and accepting your wristband for entry. In order for this event to succeed and continue we really need your support. If you see someone attempting to sneak in or someone inside the festival grounds without a proper wristband, please alert a Security Staff member.

“Rhythms On The Rio is now my favorite festival. On the banks of the Rio Grande River, grass field camping and all night campsite picking circles, what’s not to love?”