Your Stay-cation Destination!!


The Washington Midsummer Renaissance Faire has camping available on site for both tents and RV’s. We welcome singles, couples, and families to join us for a weekend of fun and laughter!


*Note for RV’s: There are no plug-ins or hookups available.
**Faire admission is NOT included in camping pass.
***After Hours entertainment IS included in camping pass.

Camping FAQ’s


Reservations are not necessary, as we have plenty of camping areas. While reservations are not necessary, camping fees are separate from faire admission. To make things easier for you, we’ve added the ability to pay for your camping fees when you buy your tickets. You can also pay when you check-in to camping.


You may park your vehicle in your camping area as long as it is not in the ‘fire lane’ and it is not impeding others ability to camp. You may drive to the main site and park closer if desired.

Quiet Hours

After midnight we ask that you speak in whispers and silence all things that make noise.
This includes generators, drumming, loud music, and loud parties.
After-Hours Fun

The Hammered Troll Pub is open after hours for the adults. It is open from 6:00pm – Midnight on Friday and 7:00pm – midnight on Saturday evenings. Please come and join us for a song, a drink and a lot of laughs and fun.
Facilities Available

Our camping area is a large field and very primitive. There are no plug-ins but it’s ok to use a generator during the daylight hours. We have water (via a hose located on the main Faire site), porta-potties, and a dumpster for your use. Please remember to pack out your supplies/equipment and garbage.


Check in for camping is on Friday from noon until midnight each Friday before the Faire weekends. Check out is after the Faire on Sunday evening after the Faire closes at 7pm. Once you check in on Friday, each family member will receive a red bracelet which allows entry into the camping area and into the Faire site during the weekend and after hours. Please ask your family to wear them all weekend. They are waterproof so it’s okay to shower/bathe in them. If you would like to check in for camping on Saturday, please go to the Towne Gate (on the Main Faire site) to pay for your camping and Faire entrance, then the Towne Gate staff will contact camping staff for help finding your camping space.
Fires and Cooking

Open fires are not allowed on our site, per the Pierce County Fire Marshal. This includes, but is not limited to, braziers, fire pits, tiki torches, open candles or any other source of open flame. We do allow propane stoves and propane bbq’s for cooking. The item must have a shut-off valve. Candles are allowed only in enclosed lanterns.

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