At CockRock Grosse Pointe, we understand the importance of security, thats why we allow campers to park their vehicles next to their tents. However once parked we ask that you DO NOT move your vehicles until after the event has finished ( Mon 25th July 9.00am) please keep this in mind when parking. There is also a seperate car park if you do need to leave before the event is finished.
Family Camping/ Quiet Campsite
As last year there will be a family camping and quiet camping area, this means that families will be kept away from the main campsite and will provide a quieter area for those who wish.
Campervans and caravans are allowed on the camping field, and may camp in the same area as tents. However you will be unable to move your vehicle until the festival has fiished on Monday 25th July. If you need to leave before the festival has finished then we also have a seperate area.
Fires will not be permitted anywhere on the site with the exception of BBQ’s (please make sure they are contained safely).
On the camp site we have basic facilities, these include:
Running water & Toilets (including disabled toilets), however there will limited lighting on the campsite.
Other things to know
The camping area will be open from Fri 22nd July at 12noon and must be cleared by Mon 25th July by 12noon. Camping unfortunately cannot be pre booked, but dont worry there’s lots and lots of room, we will also be dividing the campsite into section’s with a family orientated area and a more lively area for you party animals!
In accordance with licencing laws all under 16’s must be accompanied by someone 18 or over.
Stewards and security will monitor the campsite when possible, however you should always ensure you leave no valuables in your tent, please look after them either lock them away in your vehicle or take them with you. This rule also applies to vehicles, make sure you leave them locked and secure and nothing valuable in sight.
CockRock will not accept any responsibility for any damage, loss, theft, accident or injury incurred. So be safe!