RULES & POLICIES

The Oregon Garden is a very special place and we are fortunate to be here. Above all, we wish to promote a safe and enjoyable environment for our guests and to preserve the integrity of this beautiful place. When visiting the Garden, please adhere to the following rules:

  • Pets are not allowed at The Garden for the duration of BrewCamp. Please do not leave pets in your car.
  • Please lock bikes in racks. Bikes are not allowed on garden paths.
  • No skateboards, roller skates, Frisbees, scooters or similar objects in the Garden.
  • No jogging or running in the Garden.
  • No outside food, alcohol or BBQ equipment. Outside food is allowed in campgrounds.
  • The Oregon Garden is a smoke-free zone, except for in designated smoking areas. Even though cannabis is legal in the privacy of your own home, it is illegal on the premises (in all forms) and is prohibited.
  • No fireworks or weapons.
  • No drones.
  • Amateur photographers welcome. Professional and commercial photography by appointment only.
  • All visitors are required to wear shirts and shoes.
  • For your own safety, please stay on garden paths and out of water features.

  • Weapons of any kind
  • Illegal substances (including narcotics) or drug paraphernalia
  • Even though cannabis is legal in the privacy of your own home, it is illegal on the premises (in all forms) and is prohibited.
  • Outside alcohol or food. Outside food is allowed in campgrounds.
  • Bicycles, rollerblades, skateboards, scooters, or motorized vehicles of any kind (bicycle parking available outside festival grounds)
  • Frisbees
  • Large chains or spiked jewelry
  • Fireworks, sparklers, or incendiary devices
  • Tents, canopies, or hammocks (allowed in camping areas)
  • Professional still/video camera equipment
  • Audio recording equipment
  • Items intended for sale/promotion
  • Pets (except service animals).
  • Any item that can be used as a means to disturb the peace, endanger the safety of the crowd, and/or inflict damage to people or goods
  • Hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen
  • Blankets (up to 4′ × 6′), towels, low-back beach chairs (no higher than 32″ in front of stage)
  • Non-professional cameras
  • Current photo ID, including your birthdate (no photocopies accepted)
  • Warm clothes for the evening concerts
  • Raincoat in case of inclement weather
  • Credit cards are easier as many bars and vendors are cashless. Cash is okay and ATMs are available on-site but can run out of cash.
  • The sun can be intense; there is plenty of shade at the festival site, but apply sunscreen; wear a hat and sunglasses.
  • Make sure you drink a lot of water and pace yourself on the beer.
  • More useful BrewCamp tips coming soon!
  • All guests and their belongings are subject to search
  • Any prohibited item that is surrendered to security at search points will not be returned
  • Allowed and Prohibited lists are subject to change
  • The Event and private security personnel at the entrances reserve the right to make the final determination on allowed and not allowed items
  • Attendees must not display excessive drunkenness
All tickets are non-refundable and non-replaceable. Multiple day tickets cannot be split. One ticket per person. Once purchased, please keep your tickets in a safe place and remember to bring them with you to the festival. Each ticket holder must be present when exchanging tickets for wristbands at Festival Check-in. An individual will not be able to receive wristbands for other ticket holders not present. Please bring a Photo I.D. (photocopy of I.D. are not accepted.) No pets or outside alcohol. The Oregon Garden is an outdoor venue; please bring blankets (4′ × 6′) or low-back beach chairs only (no higher than 32″ in main seating area in front of stage) as seating is not provided. Festival goes on rain or shine. Children 12 and under are free with paid adult and must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Youth tickets (13–20 years) are available.
By attending Oregon Garden BrewCamp (the “Festival”), you consent to being filmed and or photographed, whereas your image, voice, and likeness may be used by the Festival producers for promotional purposes. Any photography taken at the Festival, whether in digital or analog format, is subject to mandatory, non-exclusive license to the Festival producers for use in Festival promotional purposes. Any artwork or performances sponsored by the Festival or taking place on Festival grounds is also subject to a mandatory, non-exclusive license to Festival producers for use in Festival promotional purposes. No videotaping is allowed.
There are risks involved in any festival or event. By going to the event, you assume all risks incidental to the event, and release event management and their respective affiliates from all claims related to, or arising out of, the event or your presence at the event. The ticket/camping pass you hold is subject to all applicable policies of the management of the event. This ticket/camping pass is a revocable license to enter the event on the dates and times listed. Management reserves the right, without paying a refund, to refuse entry or eject you if you are not complying with all management policies applicable to the event. The event date and time is subject to change. Resale and/or transfer of the ticket may be prohibited by management’s policies, and if so, any such resale and/or transfer are void to the extent allowed by applicable laws. Any such unauthorized resale and/or transfer may result in refusal of entry without refund. Tickets not obtained directly from management and/or its designated ticketing service may be lost, stolen, counterfeit or invalid, in which case they will not be honored.

More information and disclaimers.

Persons with disabilities and their service animals that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for those persons with disabilities are welcome. Pets and non-service animals are NOT permitted inside The Garden for the duration of BrewCamp, and will be turned away. It is a crime to misrepresent a pet as a service animal. Those who bring their non-service animals to The Garden will be ejected from the site without refund. All service animals must be trained, housebroken, leashed and under the direct control of their handler at all times. If any handler does not adhere to these conditions, the handler will be asked to remove the animal from the site. The handler then may return without the animal. For the health and safety of the festival, all service animals must be housebroken, and handlers will need to escort their service animal outside festival grounds for animal restroom etiquette. The Oregon Garden reserves the right to refuse admittance to or eject any individual whose conduct poses a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals or service animals.

SERVICE ANIMAL PROCEDURE
Any patron arriving at the campground areas with a service animal will need to have their service animal credentialed at the Attendee Check-in Tent. This process is conducted with respect and understanding. After festival staff has credentialed the service animal, important information will be provided to the disabled individual. Once your service animal has been credentialed, staff is not likely to question you again unless the animal causes a problem. Any patron bringing a non-service animal will not be permitted into the campground areas. Anyone bringing an animal will be responsible for, and liable for, any damage or injury caused by the animal.

On-site camping is the best way to experience Oregon Garden BrewCamp.
Here’s what you need to know to get started.

  • Each camping pass entitles you to occupy one designated campsite for the festival. Any camper purchasing a campsite for Oregon Garden BrewCamp must be 18 years of age or older and have a valid photo ID.
  • Depending on the campground, four (4) to six (6) people are permitted to camp per site. If you have a large group and need more than one campsite next to each other, it is best to arrive together as sites are not assigned. Please be courteous and take only the space you’ve reserved. Roping off areas and saving space for latecomers is not acceptable festival etiquette.
  • Space is limited, and we expect campsites will sell out quickly. Campers can choose their sites on a first come, first served basis upon arrival.
  • Each camper in your party must purchase a 3-day pass to attend the festival. A camping reservation DOES NOT include admission to the festival. You cannot enter The Oregon Garden without a 3-day pass. You will be directed to purchase this ticket during the online camping reservation process. Children 12 and under are admitted free to the festival with a paid adult.
  • There are different campsite types and locations available—(1) RV sites (no hook ups); (2) tent or tent trailers on site with car parking next to your spot; and (3) tent camping with car parked nearby. All campsites are located within the boundaries of The Oregon Garden. These location and site types are described in detail on the Camping page of the website. Please select the most suitable campground for your group for the festival during the online reservation process. Campers can choose their sites on a first come, first served basis upon arrival.
  • Campfires & Cooking: Propane grills may be used to prepare food and beverages at your campsite. Campfires, wood burning grills and charcoal grills are not permitted; PROPANE ONLY, this is strictly enforced. If it makes a spark, the answer is NO. PLEASE BE CAREFUL. Depending on conditions, we are planning to have a community campfire circle at the Oak Grove campground for evening entertainment.
  • Music: Homegrown music in the campgrounds is part of the festival experience and you are encouraged to bring your instruments. Keep it wooden and acoustic! No amplified music or late night drumming. Please be respectful of your neighbors and abide by the quiet hours established for each campground. Choose the area that best fits your style and expectations.
  • Generators: Whisper-quiet generators are per­mitted in the RV campgrounds from 8am to 10pm. No generators of any kind are allowed in any of the tent campgrounds.
  • Camp Hosts: Camp hosts are available to assist campers in finding their sites, and to answer festival-related questions. Our camp hosts are there for your safety, assistance, and to ensure your festival experience is an enjoyable one.
  • Parking: Every vehicle must have a parking permit or it will not be allowed past the property entrances; there are no exceptions to this rule. Parking for one vehicle is included with each camping reservation. Additional parking in an offsite lot costs $45 per vehicle. For your convenience and the planet’s good health, please carpool.
  • Re-Entrance: Once you have your fes­tival wristband and a vehicle permit, you can come and go from the festival site. You must keep your camping/festival wristband on for the duration of the festival.
  • Vendors & Shopping: Food vendors will be located on-site at the festival. Bring your credit card as this year’s festival will be utilizing a cashless system. Cash is still accepted, but credit cards are more convenient. An ATM will be available on the festival grounds, but please bring extra cash in case the ATMs run out or are not operational.
  • The Garden Cafe is located in the Visitor Center and offers ice cream, specialty coffee drinks, homemade smoothies, breakfast sandwiches and lunch items, including soups, sandwiches and wraps. It also offers a variety of locally-crafted beer and wine that you can enjoy while strolling through the Garden. The Gift Shop, also located in the Visitor Center, features unique, locally-crafted gifts and souvenirs, a wide selection of books, premium gardening tools, and nature-themed toys for children.
  • Looking for Breakfast? Campers may purchase continental breakfast at the Garden View Restaurant at the Lodge for $8. See the front desk.
  • The Hub is the closest thing we have to a General Store, and is located in Oak Grove Camp. We will have limited supplies available for purchase. The Oregon Garden Gift Shop and Cafe is another great place to shop, and the town of Silverton is located just a mile away. (Samples of sundry items: aloe gel, sunscreen, aspirin, bandages, batteries, Benadryl, bug spray, lip balm, event merchandise, condoms, disposable cameras, ear plugs, eye drops, feminine products, hand wipes, ice, ibuprofen (Advil®), lotion, toothbrushes, toothpaste, Tylenol®, water, etc.)
  • Pet Policy: Pets are not allowed at The Garden for the duration of BrewCamp. Absolutely under no circumstances are they to be left inside vehicles. There are exceptions made for licensed and documented service animals. More info above.
  • Things To Bring: Please bring a current photo ID including your date of birth (photocopies not accepted), especially if you’re planning on purchasing alcohol. Also, don’t forget sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, low-back beach chairs or blankets for the evening concerts, a light jacket for the evening, and closed-toe shoes! Vendors and the bar accept cash and there is an ATM on site.
  • Showers: Showers will be available for campers first come first serve at the resort. Sign up at the resort desk. Available hours are 10am–2pm on Saturday and Sunday. Cost is $3 and bring your own toiletries.
  • Additional camping information is outlined on the Camping page. Be advised. All sales are final. No cancellations or refunds.
  • IMPORTANT
    • All vehicles and bags are subject to search by professional security staff
    • No drones, remote control aircraft or toy cars
    • No hoverboards or motorized scooters
    • No squirt guns/water toys
    • No tiki torches, fireworks or any types of explosives or ammunition
    • No tanks of compressed air, helium, nitrous, etc.
    • No party balloons
    • No slip-n-slides
    • No weapons allowed
    • No illegal drugs allowed
    • Quiet hours for campsites are either 12 midnight–8am or 10pm–8am.