Children 17 and under free with adult!
Dogs are welcome but there is a $5.00 per day charge for dogs. Please be aware that Hiram has a leash law. Please keep animals out of the concert area, kindly clean-up after your pets and be mindful of barking.
Rough camping is included in your weekend pass.
There’s tons of roomy sites available and also showers. The grounds are expansive, flat, pine shaded and has many out buildings for field picking shelter in case of rain.
Beautiful Pine Shaded Campsites! 250+ RV Hook-ups with water and electricity.
Pre-festival camping Sun-Wed $20 per night/site including electric and water hookups.
During the festival (Thurs- Sun) rough sites are free with ticket. $10.00 per day charge for electric and water hookups.
Hookups on first come basis. Pay for hookups at the gate.
Food vendors on site offer a variety of foods including vegetarian choices.
Other RV options: There is one campground in the area, Cornish Rt 25, 15 minutes from festival. Their RV sites with hookups are $21 per night, their quiet time begins at 9pm.
As many of you know there were a lot of dogs at the festival in 2005. As a result there were a lot of dog complaints. We need to address this issue and come up with a policy that will still allow dog lovers to attend the festival.
There are limited hotel rooms in the immediate area.
Please check our site for names of local hotels within 20 minutes of the festival.
We are located just outside of Downtown Cornish, ME on the So. Hiram/Fairground rd, off of Rt 25. This road runs parallel to Rt 25 and connects to Rt 25 in both Cornish and Kezar Falls. We are at the foothills to the White Mountains of NH. 30 minutes from North Conway, NH, 2 hours from Boston, MA, 45 minutes from Portland, ME.
There are plenty of shops, food stores, hardware stores and eateries in the area less then 10 minutes from the festival.
This is a rain or shine event so keep an eye on the weather and dress accordingly. No refunds in case of rain.
Hosted by The North Atlantic Arts Alliance -- a nonprofit that supports music performance and education in rural Maine. The North Atlantic Arts Alliance supports the Ossipee Valley String Camp, and the free children's music academy, Roots and Sprouts, that occurs during the festival.
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