Camping at the Lilypad is one of the more magical elements of FrogFest. Gorgeous paths will lead you through Tent City and to other quainter camping areas. You’ll wake up in the forest surrounded by friends, art, nature, and an incredible community vibe. Chances of a morning serenade are very strong.
This is the great outdoors, please come prepared (for an excellent time!) Here are some things to consider:
· Bring cash, there is no ATM on site
· Be well equipped for all types of weather, especially rain!
· Water will be available for washing, but bring your own drinking water and food (there will be a food truck at the festival ready to serve up some tasty meals as well)
· Bring soap, and any toiletries (Outhouses and Port-o-Potties are provided)
· Bring mosquito spray (if desired) and suntan lotion, and a hat
· Bring tents, tarps, mattresses and all other camping necessities
· Camping stoves ARE allowed
· Stay Respectful, Stay Safe – There are staff, security, and volunteers to assist you if you need any help
FrogFest is very proud, and very fortunate, to have had its attendees show exemplary respect and care for the land, each other, and themselves every single year. One of our goals is to make as small an impact on the land and the environment as possible. Every year we make bigger strides towards reaching this goal, and we are very happy to have the Lilypad looking better than ever after each fest.
Please read through these Guidelines and so you can be fully prepared and able to have the best possible festival experience. We can’t wait to see all you Froggies out there!
The following guidelines will help to ensure that all attendees to the festival have a fun, respectful, and safe time.
Don’t Beat Up the Bush
Poaching of firewood, including sticks on the ground and branches, is not allowed. This is one way that we can keep the festival’s impact on the Lilypad to a minimum. No rock-ring fires, fires are only allowed at the communal fire pit at the stage area and campsites with pre-existing pits. Attendees are welcome to bring their own firewood or purchase firewood on-site. In the case of a fire ban fires will not be allowed.
FrogFest is family friendly. Please do your part in staying respectful and aware of your surroundings.
Please read our parking directions before leaving for FrogFest. Please be aware of your vehicle, it is very important for us to keep roadways clear at all times. Access to the parking lot will be limited at night, please be prepared to stay within the festival and camping areas at this time. No camping in the parking lot for safety reasons.
These are the majestic Alberta Rockies, be responsible with your storage and disposal of food and garbage and recyclables.
FrogFest is possible each year due to its ongoing respectful relationship with the neighbours and Clearwater County. Please be considerate of surrounding areas and neighbours.
Dogs and other pets are welcome guests at FrogFest, under the owner’s discretion. FrogFest is an “ON-LEASH AREA” and will require dogs to be on a leash at all times.
*Please consider whether your dog has aggressive tendencies – woof woof
It’s the great outdoors, so take care and look out for each other.
We’re Here To Help
In case of emergency report to a FrogFest Crew member, Security and Medical Staff, or a Volunteer. They will have lanyards on and be present throughout the festival. First-Aid kits and a Medical Team will be available.
No Fireworks. Fireworks are not permitted at the festival.
We encourage everyone to enjoy themselves to the fullest extent, however again it goes back to Respect. Please know your limits, keep hydrated and of course be mindful of your fellow patrons. This is a family friendly event and we want everyone to feel welcome and have a good time