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SSF17 Camping:
Tents, RVs, and Glamping

Camp Aggie 3-night tent camping

$135 Tent Plot
$425 Tent Sherpa (linens are $15 per bed and only available by calling the box office)

RESERVE CAMPING

To make a reservation, please call the MASS MoCA box office at 413.662.2111 x1 during regular business hours (11am–5pm every day except Tuesdays). Buy tickets to the Solid Sound Festival here.

Tent Camping Information

  • Space is limited, and advance reservations are required. There are no refunds.
  • Indoor bathrooms are available. There are no showers on site.
  • Breakfast and late night concessions will be available.
  • Free and frequent shuttle service will be provided to/from all campsites for the duration of the festival

 

Tent Sherpa Information

  • 3-night “Glamping” at Camp Aggie for 2 adults per site
  • The Show Sherpa provides a weekend of glamour camping with “all the fun, none of the hassles.” All sites include large tents (7 ft .of head room), comfortable camping cots, lanterns, camping chairs, and amenities such as complimentary ice, water coolers, and more. More info HERE.

 

Important Details

  • General

    – These are walk-in sites, so please be prepared to carry your belongings to your campsite.
    – Tent plots are first come, first served.
    – Maximum of 4 people per plot; 1 medium-sized or 2 small tents permitted.
    – One parking space (located nearby for one non-RV vehicle; there is no car-side camping)

  • Ground Rules
    To ensure the safety of our guests, we ask that you please review and adhere to the following policies:

    – Coleman­-type stoves are permitted.
    – Open fires of any kind are prohibited.
    – No glass of any kind
    – No fireworks
    – No illegal substances
    – Quiet, please: no generators 11pm–8am
  • Camp Aggie Basics

    – Registration opens on Friday, June 23.
    – Check-out is on June 26.
    – Camp Aggie is a family-friendly environment.
    – The caretaker of the campground will be located at the registration desk. For registration questions, contact the coordinator, whose contact info will be provided at registration.
    – Use recycling bins and trash receptacles that are provided.

  • Security

    – Please note: there will be limited on-site security, including 24-hour monitoring, but you are strongly advised not to leave valuables in tents, and to lock your cars. The Aggie Fairgrounds Associates and MASS MoCA will not be responsible for loss of valuables.
    – You must be a registered camper wearing a Camp Aggie wristband to gain entrance to the site.
    – For safety reasons, only campers displaying Camp Aggie wristbands will be permitted on the grounds.

  • Directions

    The entrance to Camp Aggie is located at the end of Orcutt Street in Adams, Massachusetts, and is 4 miles from the festival.

  • Parking

    Each tent site is permitted one parking space for a non­-RV / camper vehicle at Camp Aggie. Your parking permit, which you will receive in the mail or when you arrive, must be placed visibly on your dashboard. Additional cars should be parked in adjacent lots. A shuttle runs from MASS MoCA to Camp Aggie. There is limited parking in the immediate vicinity of MASS MoCA and throughout downtown North Adams. We encourage carpooling, walking, and biking. We provide convenient bicycle racks near the museum entrance. Handicapped parking is available at MASS MoCA with the appropriate handicapped license plate or placard.


Camp Aggie 3-night RV Camping

$159 RV Plot

RESERVE CAMPING

To make a reservation, please call the MASS MoCA box office at 413.662.2111 x1 during regular business hours (11am – 5pm every day except Tuesdays).

RV Information

  • Space is limited, and advance reservations are required. There are no refunds.
  • Indoor bathrooms are available. There are no showers on site.
  • Breakfast and late night concessions will be available.
  • Shuttle buses to the festival run every 20-30 minutes, starting at 5pm on Friday and 10am on Saturday and Sunday.

 

Important Details

  • General

    – Maximum length of vehicle is 30’.
    – Slots do not have sewer or water hookups.

  • Ground Rules

    To ensure the safety of our guests, we ask that you please review and adhere to the following policies:

    – Coleman­-type stoves are permitted.
    – Open fires of any kind are prohibited.
    – No glass of any kind
    – No fireworks
    – No illegal substances
    – Quiet, please: no generators 11pm–8am
  • Camp Aggie Basics

    – Registration opens on Friday, June 23.
    – Check-out on Monday, June 26.
    – Camp Aggie is a family-friendly environment.
    – The caretaker of the campground will be located at the registration desk. For registration questions, contact the coordinator, whose contact info will be provided at registration.
    – Use recycling bins and trash receptacles that are provided.

  • Security

    – Please note: there will be limited on-site security, including 24-hour monitoring, but you are strongly advised not to leave valuables in tents, and to lock your cars. The Aggie Fairgrounds Associates and MASS MoCA will not be responsible for loss of valuables.
    – You must be a registered camper wearing a Camp Aggie wristband to gain entrance to the site.
    – For safety reasons, only campers displaying Camp Aggie wristbands will be permitted on the grounds.

  • Directions

    The entrance to Camp Aggie is located at the end of Orcutt Street in Adams, Massachusetts, and is 4 miles from the festival.

  • Parking

    Each RV site is permitted one parking space for a non­-RV / camper vehicle at Camp Aggie. Your parking permit, which you will receive in the mail or when you arrive, must be placed visibly on your dashboard. Additional cars should be parked in adjacent lots. A shuttle runs from MASS MoCA to Camp Aggie. There is limited parking in the immediate vicinity of MASS MoCA and throughout downtown North Adams. We encourage carpooling, walking, and biking. We provide convenient bicycle racks near the museum entrance. Handicapped parking is available at MASS MoCA with the appropriate handicapped license plate or placard.

Camping at this site benefits Berkshire Family & Individual Resources (BFAIR).

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