Camp out in our upper Woodstock field area next to your vehicle under the stars of central North Carolina after seeing a concert at Shakori Hills GrassRoots Live! this June! Camping only available overnight for concert attendees June 4, 5, 11 and 12.
Good for 2 tents, 2 vehicles and 6 total persons.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Shakori Hills Vehicle Camping in North Carolina.
Places to see near Shakori Hills GrassRoots
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
No sleep due to neighbors generator
Nice, fairly level field close to toilets and drinking water.
Our problem was the closest camper to us left their generator running by ALL.NIGHT.LONG about 15’ from our tent. There needs to be set times when generators may run, and designated hours when they cannot. Or at least campers desiring generators shouldn’t be right next to tents. Will be much more selective about our neighbors from now on.
Love the venue! Love the camping arrangements. Fun to ease back into the festival atmosphere. Found the prices MUCH too expensive through HipCamp, though. Will definitely NOT do that again.
My heart is full
It was amazing to get back to camping for a live event. Even though this was the first weekend of camping in a long time Shakori Hills didn't miss a beat! they had it all organized clearly and while there were not that many people yet, it was an amazing time in an amazing space. plenty of room and easy access to the stage. Thank you for keeping the music playing!
Camp among the trees and stars
Shakori Hills is nestled in the trees in rural North Carolina. While many activities are held here, this is principally used during the fall and spring Grassroots Festival featuring a huge variety of music. There are hot water showers and one set of regular toilets among the huge number of portapotties which are used during high-impact events (which are as clean as any portijohn I've ever used, really. They do a good job.) The woods are beautiful. The pond offers great frog hunting. The stars are actually visible at night with the low level of city lights. There are no pads and no marked camping sites: This camping is choose-your-own-adventure.
I've camped at Shakori over the last eight years. They mow the fields and keep the areas accessible. The people are almost universally friendly and there is music for almost any taste (though not much head-banging.)
Well water is available from two locations. I suggest bringing some of your own so you're not hauling water on your vacation. Outside of festival hours there is nothing to buy and no restaurants to visit. Come and enjoy the forest bathing in my favorite place to camp!