The Isle of Wight Festival offers limited child-friendly activities as the focus is mainly on the music, while there is a children's play area with some activities, children must be accompanied. This area is up the far end of the arena away from any stages so parents will have to accept that time spent here will mean missing out on any other entertainment. While there is a fun fair on site, the prices are quite high, so you will need deep pockets. The campsite does have a family camping area located quite close to the site, be aware that space is limited and you will need to pre-book for this before the festival.
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