Accommodation at Camp Quirky

You’ve got your ticket for Camp Quirky. Now it’s time to decide how you’ll sleep whilst you’re there!

We have lots of accommodation options to choose from…

Bring your own campervan

Most festival-goers bring their own campervans – this is a handmade campervan festival after all! We love seeing hundreds and hundreds of different campers, each with their own personality.

Got a motorhome/caravan/lorry or other live-in vehicle? Or have your van but haven’t finished (or even started!) your conversion yet? The same applies – everyone is welcome in whatever accommodation they have!

Don’t have a campervan yet? Not a problem! Not only will you get loads out of our workshops if you’re yet to start your van conversion, there are plenty of other ways you can camp…


Onsite Glamping Options

If you opt for an on-site glamping option, we can guarantee you festival tickets:

Stay in a pre-pitched Quirky Campervan

We can arrange for one of our friendly Quirky Campervan owners to deliver their beloved van onto the Camp Quirky site, ready for you to arrive and experience the festival in campervan style. Bedding will be provided and campervan pass is included.



Glamping with Fred’s Yurts

Fred’s Yurts will be returning to Camp Quirky and bringing their spacious and airy bell tents. The perfect place to relax after a day of workshops and talks, discussing all things #vanlife. Whether you’re looking for ‘just the tent’ to bring along your own home comforts, or you’d like to turn up to a luxury tent with everything you need, we have something for everyone.



Hire a self-drive Quirky Camper

Fancy a road trip? For the ultimate in festival luxury, hire one of our Quirky Campers and drive it to the festival. You’ll have a comfy place to rest each night after a day of workshops and evening of music and delicious food! Plus, some of our campervans have showers and toilets.

Camp in your tent

Do things the old-fashioned way and camp in a tent. Loads of our festival-goers are yet to purchase their vans so camp in tents. We’ve got toilets and showers on site, plus loads of delicious food to purchase. Be sure to bring a couple of duvets and a hot water bottle (I’m sure someone will lend you a gas hob for a couple of minutes) in case it’s a cold weekend.