What should I do in case of emergency?
Contact one of the the safety stations that are posted throughout the park during festivals, go to the front gate, or call the gate at 440-548-2716.
What are your hours of operation for camping, swimming, and the gate?
The gate opens for admission at 8am on weekends, 10am on weekdays. The water is open from 10am to 7pm weather permitting. Day passes are good until 8pm, camping passes are good until 8pm on the day of your departure. Gate is open 24 hours on weekends, but the cutoff time to avoid paying for the night before for camping is 8am.
Can I have a campfire at my site?
Yes, a fire ring should be provided at each campsite and the fire must be limited in size to the confines of that ring.
What are we allowed to burn?
All patrons must burn seasoned firewood ONLY, stacked no larger than 2 feet high and 3 feet wide. No wet or unseasoned wood, no treated wood, no garbage, no plastic.
Do you sell firewood?
Yes, it's $15 per wheelbarrow load.
Can I bring my own firewood and/or ice?
Yes, but your firewood MUST be both seasoned and dry, stacked no more than 2 feet high and 3 feet wide. Please do NOT burn wet, unseasoned, treated wood, or garbage
Do you have a lost and found? I lost my phone/Identification/wallet ect.
Yes we do. It's at the front gate. You will need to prove the object is yours. Call (440) 548-2716
Are there showers?
Yes, There are two public showers up by the main gate.
Is there a water refilling station?
Yes, It's located near the showers at the front gate
Do I get to choose my campsite?
Yes, but it's first come first serve, so you may want to arrive early to pick your spot.
Do you have a compressor for me to fill up my raft? I'm getting lightheadded!
Yes, it's Its at the green quonset hut by the front gate. Walk slowly...and don't pass out.
How many tents can we have per campsite?
You're allowed 3 tents, which must be 5 feet apart and 10 feet away from the fire.
Can we park our cars next to our campsite & if so, how many?
Yes, you can have at least 2 cars at the typical site, depending on how much room there is available. Please do not encroach upon either the roadway or other people's sites.
Can I sleep in my car?
Anyone camping must bring or have access to proper camping gear, including a tent, an RV, a camper, or a van. Sleeping in actual cars is not allowed.
Is there a separate area for RV's and/or electricity?
Is there a separate charge for Campers ad RV's
In addition to paying regular admission, please note that all parties bringing a camper or RV to a festival must purchase one of the following: 1. All-Weekend Pop-Up Pass: $25 2. All-Weekend Camper Pass: $45 3. All-Weekend RV Pass: $75 Please also note that parking is often limited at our larger shows especially, so if you are bringing a camper or RV you will want to arrive early in order to find a site that accommodates your needs."
How much are day passes when there's a festival & when there's not?
See Rate Page
Do you offer day passes for swimming, hiking, etc. during festivals?
We only offer day passes during the smallest festivals, of which there are merely a few per year. Day passes are typically limited to both weekdays & weekends when there are no festivals.
Do you offer one day tickets during festivals?
Only on the second-to-last day of the festival, good for one night of camping.
Do you allow minors in the park?
No one under 18 is allowed in the park unless accompanied by their legal guardian.
Do you allow dogs in the park?
We allow registered service animals only. To gain entry for your animal, one, you must fill out a Service Animal Registration Form at the gate upon entry, or you can register your animal online at the following URL. https://form.jotform.us/71706316562152 Two, your dog must have its rabies-vaccination tag clearly displayed upon entry and throughout the duration of your stay. The ADA defines a “service animal” as any dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for a person with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability.In addition, the task or work the dog has been trained to do must be directly related to its persons’ disability Anytime service animals are taken into those public places, they must be kept under control. The ADA requires that service dogs be harnessed, leashed, or tethered. If the person’s disability prevents the use of such control devices or the device hinders the animal in doing its job, the disabled person must control of the animal using voice, signals, or other effective methods. Emotional support animals, or “comfort animals," are not considered service animals under the ADA.
Can I leave the park and come back?
Yes, unless were sold out. NO RE-ENTRY FROM 2 AM - 8 AM ON REGULAR CAMPING NIGHTS. Because the gate is closed from 2 AM to 8 AM on regular camping (or non-festival) nights, there is no re-entry permitted during these hours. . NO RE-ENTRY DURING LARGE FESTIVALS. Because the park is at maximum capacity during our biggest festivals, if you don't sign out there is no re-entry until Sunday morning. If you have an emergency, need to work, stay at a hotel, or the like, you must always sign out at the gate in order to get back in.
Are lifeguards on duty every day?
Yes, 10 AM to 7 PM everyday of the regular season, weather permitting.
Is there an ATM at Nelson Ledges?
YES! There is one in the game room.