Kendal offers accessible Camp sites with designated parking.
Based in ancient woodlands, much of the terrain is grassy and there are a few hills on the site, there is a gravel road running around the main site, and a tarmac road running straight through the middle of the site.
There is a viewing platform on the main stage, with a locked accessible toilet manned by a steward; access to this toilet is gained with the viewing band platform wristband.
These must be applied for before the festival, alongside the accessible camping, parking and 2 for 1 ticket for people requiring a personal assistant.
Assistance dogs are welcomed on site, and there is an area provided for toileting and feeding the dog.
For more general information and advice, see the main information section.
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