CAMPSITE RULES

Please carefully observe our campsite policy below before joining us at CarFest.

Please do NOT bring any of the following onto any part of the CarFest Site, including car parks and campsites:

Gazebos

Windbreakers

Glass bottles

BBQs

Open fires

Drones

Chinese lanterns

Fireworks

Illegal substances of any kind

Any pet animals or birds

Vehicle towed trailers

Note: The only animals allowed on site are Assistance Dogs. Tents cannot be brought and pitched in the caravan sites, due to fire risk and health and safety regulations.

Please do NOT bring any alcohol onto the festival site, a small quantity may be brought into the campsites. Bag searches will be carried out at each entry point to the festival site.

We reserve the right to refuse admission or to evict any person from CarFest for drunkenness, unruly behaviour or for breaking any of these conditions.

We will be taking photographs and filming this event. By entering the event you consent to your image being used in any future CarFest and CarFest promotion. If you do not wish your image to be used please go the Organisers Office or speak to the photographer/camera team at the time.

Drones are not permitted at the festival or campsites. It is a criminal offence to fly drones over populated areas such as festivals. To commit such an offence is punishable and can lead to a 5-year prison sentence and or unlimited fine. Any drones and the pilots thereof, found flying will have equipment confiscated and authorities will be informed to take further action. Your cooperation and support with this is appreciated.

We’re sorry if any of your personal property is lost or damaged whilst at CarFest. Neither the organisers, venue owner or Charity Partners can be held responsible. We strongly recommend never leaving any valuables unattended in your caravan or tent.

Motorsport can be dangerous. Despite the organisers taking all reasonable precautions unavoidable accidents can happen. In respect of these you are present at your own risk.

CarFest is held on agricultural land. The organisers and the venue owner would like to remind you that the paths and grounds within the event and camping areas may be uneven. Whilst every reasonable effort has been taken to ensure your safety at all times visitors are requested to take care, especially after dark or in muddy or wet conditions. Neither the organisers nor venue owner can accept responsibility for injury as a result of ground conditions however sustained whilst on these premises.