Tent camping is encouraged and FREE.
Bring your tent and gear and stay for all 3 days of music and art. There’s a lot of room to camp in the open meadows, less spaces in the shady pines. Parking for campers is on 16685 Sprague Loop, ADJACENT TO the Event site (16693 Sprague Loop). You will need to walk your gear in. You’re welcome to arrive Thursday anytime after noon, to have an uncrowded chance to pick your spot.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a rural area with no street lights. There will be no moon during the Newberry Event for the most part. That means it will be quite dark. While this will allow for great stargazing, if you are camping or just getting to your car you will need to have flashlights. There will be a light at night near the main toilet area.
Porta potties & washing stations are onsite. We will have some limited capability for people to charge their phones.
RV Camping and Pass – sold out!
A limited amount of dry-RV parking sites are available for an extra nightly fee only to guests staying all 3 nights.
This is an on-site dry RV spot for Thursday, July 25 through Monday, July 29, 2019. You should arrive by Thursday Evening, but no later than Friday.
The RV Pass is $100 and does not include tickets for the event, which must be purchased separately.
There is no guarantee you will be able to leave once setup until Sunday evening.
Access to toilets and wash station provided.
RV Pass – sold out!
Hotels and Other Options
Hotel rooms near The Newberry Event are offering a discount. Here are the nearest:
- Newberry Station Best Western
- Highlander Motel and RV Park
- East Lake and Paulina Lake Resorts have cabins but must be reserved well ahead.
- Timbercrest Inn, La Pine
- West View Motel, La Pine
Sunriver is 15 miles north of the event and Bend is 30 miles north of the event. Both have many hotels and motels to choose from. The best place to shop for those is Visit Central Oregon.
Gilchrist Inn is 25 miles south of DiamondStone, and very nice. Reserve ahead.
Also, Airbnb.com and VRBO.com host vacation rental homes in the area.