Bug Jam Camping
Camping at Bug Jam is included with all weekend tickets bought in advance or on the gate. As well as General Camping there is Club Camping and Quiet / Family Camping (which willl be signposted and noise curfews will be strictly enforced).
Early Arrival Passes
- Early arrival passes are valid for entry between 2pm-8pm on the Thursday.
- Early arrival pass holders will be camped in General Camping 1, close to the main activities and entertainment. Quiet, Family and Club Camping areas will also be available, along with a limited area in General Camping 2.
- Requests for General Camping 2 should be made to stewards on arrival.
- Please refer to map for camping locations.
VW Club Camping
Spend Bug Jam camping with your members in your own allocated club camping area. You will need at least 10 display vehicles to book club camping. Full details of how to book Club Camping for Bug Jam are on the Clubs page.
Something that will make the life of any good Campervaner easier is electric hook-up for the duration of your stay. It’ll allow you to keep the beers and barbecue food chilled without the hassle of lugging around the old generator keeping it fueled up for the weekend!
- You’ll be allocated a 9 x 9m camping pitch where the power supply will be live from the moment gates open until racing finishes on the last day of the event.
- Electric hook up power supply is provided through a 16-amp single phase CeeForm female socket.
- Campers who purchase electric hook up are required to provide a minimum of 25-meter outdoor grade cable with 16a single phase CeeForm socket.
- All electricals brought on to site should be PAT tested, all connections subject to inspection and removal if found to be damaged or faulty.
Disabled Camping Area
This camping area is a dedicated area for disabled customers who have restricted mobility and is located close to a toilet block with disabled toilet/external sink and fresh water point. It is also the closest camping area to the medical centre. Anyone wanting to stay in this area must pre-register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Customers should also pre-purchase the relevant admission tickets in accordance with our ticket concession policy – full details can be found at www.santapod.co.uk/accessibility.php.
NB: Along with yourself and PA/carer you can have an additional two other people camp with you in this field. Max: 2 x camping pitches. Disabled campers who wish to camp as part of a larger group may not use this area due to restriction on available space.
General information for those camping at Bug Jam.
- CAMPING SPACE & LARGER VEHICLES: If your camping space is considered excessive by the campsite stewards, the organisers reserve the right to reduce the size of the area you have taken up. Please be sensible in this respect to avoid any inconvenience with your set up. The contents of larger vehicles will be checked and noted on arrival for non-camping related items. If you are bringing sofas and similar furniture items to Bug Jam you must take these items away with you when you leave site.
- NO SPACE SAVING: Campers will no longer be able to save space for friends arriving at a later time. Large groups should book club camping pitches, and small groups should aim to arrive together.
- EXIT & RE-ENTRY GUIDE: Bug Jam is one of Santa Pod’s busiest and most popular events in the calendar and we have a large number of visitors using rural routes through our neighbouring villages. To relieve our local communities of unnecessary traffic during the event, Bug Jam operates a strict re-entry policy to minimise disruption: visitors choosing to leave the venue anytime during the weekend will need to pay to re-enter the venue even if they have already purchased a ticket. So, please bring all of the camping supplies that you will need for the weekend including enough petrol/diesel! Your continued cooperation in this matter is always appreciated and keeps the Bug Jam vibe alive.
- Camping is included in multi-day ticket prices - no extra fee.
- Camping is only available for the night/s that the ticket covers.
- Camping is next to vehicles.
- Campers are directed through to next available area upon arrival.
- No electrical hookups are available.
- Camping is in fields, no hard standing is available.
- There are showers and toilets on site (small charge for showers).
- A family camping area is available for people with young children, allocated on a first come first served basis. Ask on gate for a family camping sticker.
- Caravans, motor homes, trailer tents and tents are all allowed.
- No fireworks.
- No glass.
- No animals.
- No bonfires.
- No unauthorised vehicles, i.e. quads, mini-motos.
- No driving around site past 9pm.
- No music, loud disruption past 11pm.
- Multi day tickets access is from 8am on the first day to 8pm on the last day. Camping is not available on the last day of the ticket.
- Generators must be turned off between 11pm and 8am, organizers reserve the right to request generators be turned off at any time if deemed to be disturbing other campers.