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Water Delivery

Potable Water

Starting Thursday at 1PM, you may request water delivery by flagging down the driver as they move through your camping section. Reservations open on Friday. Call or text Mike’s Water Truck Service at 458-229-0001. Text messages will be followed up with a call. Minimum fill 15 gallons.

Delivery hours: Thursday 1-8PM • Friday-Sunday 8AM-8PM
$1 per gallon, cash and cards accepted. Additional $20 if you flag down the driver.

Swimming Pools

Reservations open on Friday at the Festival. Call or text Mike’s Water Truck Service at 458-229-0001. Text messages will be followed up with a call. Pool fills are available in camping sections A, B, C, D, H, Sponsor, Vendor and Rising Star. Pools are not permitted in tent camping. Minimum fill 15 gallons, fill cannot exceed 1,000 gallons.

Hours: Friday-Sunday 8AM-8PM
$1 per gallon, cash and cards accepted.

Ice

Ice is available for purchase at the ice truck, located between handicap camping and Family Fun Center. Campers may also pick up ice next to the showers in camping section T and the paintball arena in section A. Volunteers can be flagged down while driving through the camping areas in vehicles marked “Ice.”

Hours: Thursday 10AM-7PM • Friday-Sunday 7AM-7PM
$8 for a 20lb. bag, cash only.

Sanitation + Hygiene

All camping areas include portable toilet facilities with hand washing units.

Showers

Campers who pre-purchased shower passes online will pick them up from the attendant at the shower station. Individual shower passes may be purchased from the attendant for $7 each. Showers are located in Camping Sections A, H and T.

Hours: Friday-Sunday 7AM-7PM. Shower times cannot be pre-scheduled.

Trash

Complimentary trash pickup is available on-site. Place bagged trash at the front corner of campsite by 8AM, Friday through Sunday. All trash must be carried out by the camper after 8AM on Sunday. Do not leave trash on your site!

RV Pumping

Visit the information booth across from the Festival entrance to make a reservation and purchase an RV pumping ticket. Service provided by DND Porta-Potty.

$55, cash and cards accepted.

Camping Travel Routes

You’ll find travel maps and route details at cxfest.com/maps.

But Wait, There’s more!

For even more information, visit the Camping FAQs where other camping topics are covered, such as cooking at your campsite, pets, generators and rules for campers.


Directions to Parking & Camping


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GA Parking

GA Parking is located next to the White City Fire Station on Avenue G, just over six miles from the Festival.The address is 1665 Avenue G, White City, OR (get directions). Avenue G is a two-way road, accessible from both the east and the west.

GA Parking from I-5 North and South

Fans traveling to the GA parking lot will take Exit 35, regardless of whether they’re driving from the north or south on I-5. Turn right onto Hwy 99 N, continuing straight onto Kirtland Road. Merge onto Pacific Avenue, continuing on to Avenue G. GA Parking will be on your left.

GA Parking from Hwy 62

Turn west on Avenue G. GA Parking will be on your right, after the fire station.

GA Parking from Hwy 140

Continue straight onto Leigh way, turning north onto Agate Road. Turn west on Avenue G. GA Parking will be on your right, after the fire station.

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Signs placed at the off ramps will direct campers to Festival campgrounds.

Campers Traveling I-5 South

Campers traveling along I-5 from the north will use Exit 35, then head south on Hwy 99.

Campers Traveling I-5 North

Campers traveling along I-5 from the south will use Exit 30, staying in the right lane, then loop around, turning right on Biddle Road.

Campers Traveling on Hwy 62

From Hwy 62, turn west on Avenue G. Signs placed at the intersections will direct campers to Festival campgrounds.

Campers Traveling on Hwy 140

Continue straight onto Leigh way, turning north onto Agate Road, then west onto Avenue G. Signs placed at the intersections will direct campers to Festival campgrounds.


How to Get From There to Here


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Getting There

There are many ways to get to the Festival

Festival organizers have established routes that will take you to the Festival parking and camping areas with greater ease and less waiting in traffic. You’ll find detailed maps and directions to the Festival, regardless of the area you’re traveling from at cxfest.com/travel.

Avoid Exit 33

While Exit 33 may take you directly to the Expo, Peninger Road will be closed to all through traffic during the Festival. There will be a checkpoint granting access to Festival staff, Family Fun Center patrons and fans with pre-purchased passes for Handicap Parking and Camping and VIP Parking. Peninger Road should be avoided by all fans en route to Festival camping and GA Parking. This area will be highly congested.

Use Exits 30 and 35

Directing Festival camping and GA parking traffic to Exits 30 and 35 will help reduce congestion, improving the overall traffic flow in the area.

Map, Directions and Important Information

Detailed maps and directions to the camping and parking areas will be available at cxfest.com/travel.

Additional Closures

The bike path is closed to through bicycle traffic from Pine to Upton during the Festival. It will be open to pedestrian Festival traffic. There will be a bike parking area available near the Daytime Shuttle stop, at the South end of Peninger Road.

Upton Road will close Thursday to through traffic. Local and camping traffic only from 10th street to Wilson during the Festival.

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No Public Drop Off Area at the Expo

Due to the closure of Peninger Road and traffic congestion, there will not be a Drop Off area for public use near the Festival. All Drop Off traffic must go to the GA Parking lot and ride the shuttle in from there. This is a FREE shuttle and an important part of our plan to help alleviate traffic congestion. We encourage you to use this.

GA Parking

GA Parking is located next to the White City Fire Station on Avenue G, just over six miles from the Festival. The address is 1665 Avenue G, White City, OR (get directions). Avenue G is a two-way road, accessible from both the east and the west. Again, please visit cxfest.com/travel for directions and other important information.

GA Parking Passes

A 4-Day GA Parking Pass is required to park in the GA lot. Passes are available for purchase on-site for $60 per car. A FREE shuttle service will take you to the venue. Fans dropped off at the GA lot may also use the shuttle.

VIP Parking

VIP Parking is located on Peninger Road, within walking distance to the venue. Starting at noon on July 27, vehicles with a VIP parking pass will have access to Peninger Road. Fans may walk along the bike path to the Festival entrance or hire one of the available Pedicabs for $10 per person.

Handicap Parking

Handicap Parking is located on Peninger Road, near the South entrance to the Festival. Starting at noon on July 27, vehicles with a HCP PKG parking pass will have access to Peninger Road. Fans may walk directly to the Festival gate or hire one of the available Pedicabs for $10 per person.

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Handicap Camping

Handicap Camping is located on Peninger Road, near the South entrance to the Festival. Starting at 10am on July 27, vehicles with a HCP camping placard or CMP CAR pass will have access to Peninger Road. Fans may walk directly to the Festival gate or hire one of the available Pedicabs for $10 per person.

Glamper and Country Comfort Camping

Glamper and Country Comfort camping is located at the Southern Oregon RV Park, on Peninger Road. Starting at 10am on July 27, vehicles with a Glamper window decal or Country Comfort camping placard or window decal will have access to Peninger Road and the RV Park. From there, fans will walk to a dedicated Festival entrance.

Festival Camping

Festival camping sections A, B, C, D and T are located off-site.

Free Shuttles

GA Parking Lot Shuttles

Starting daily at 7AM, shuttles run continuously, transporting fans to and from the GA Parking lot and the Daytime Shuttle stop on Festival grounds. This is an important part of our plan to manage traffic flow around the area and move thousands of Festival fans to and from the venue efficiently.

Camping Shuttles

Festival camping is located off-site. Starting daily at 7AM, a free shuttle will transport fans to and from their camping section to the Daytime Shuttle stop on Festival grounds. From there, fans may walk along the bike path to the Festival entrance or hire one of the available Pedicabs for $10 per person. Camping shuttles will run clockwise heading North.

Shuttle Stops

Daytime Shuttle Stop

The Daytime stop is located between Rising Star Camping and the VIP Parking Lot. All parking and camping shuttle pickups and drop offs will occur at the Daytime Shuttle Stop, until the last performer takes the stage.

Evening Shuttle Stop

In the evening, after the last performance, Expo Gates 2 and 3 will open onto Peninger Road. Fans returning to their campsite should exit through Gate 2, labeled Camping Shuttles. Fans who parked in off-site GA parking will exit through Gate 3, labeled GA Parking Shuttles, to return to the GA Parking area. Once full, the shuttles will depart the queuing area.