Public transit info is available at the Santa Cruz Metro web site.
Driving directions are available on the Roaring Camp web site.
Reasonably priced food (including vegetarian/vegan options) and drinks will be available on-site.
The health and safety of the Santa Cruz Mountain SOL Festival and Santa Cruz area communities remains our top priority. We will be working closely with local and state officials to create the safest festival experience possible.
Once final protocols are established, Santa Cruz Mountain SOL Festival will be adhering to County of Santa Cruz Health Official's guidance and directives. Please be prepared to show proof of full vaccination or a negative test (taken within the previous 72 hours) per Santa Cruz Health directive in September.
For more detailed information, view our statement on the ticketing page.
Our primary goal is to create a safe and secure environment for all festival attendees. To ensure this, there will be on-site security provided by local police and private security companies. If you're experiencing any problems whatsoever, locate a festival staff member, security guard, or police officer.
First Aid will be on-site to help you with any type of medical problem. If you need assistance, go to the medical tent, or look for a police officer or festival staff member.
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Q: Can I bring my child?
Yes, children under 9 are free with paid adult. Discounted youth tickets are available for ages 10-17, purchased with an adult ticket.
Q: Is there a Lost & Found?
Q: ADA Accessibility?
Q: Will there be ATMs available?
Q: How can I volunteer?
Visit our volunteer page and fill out the form.
Q: Is on site parking available?
Limited onsite parking is available. Please carpool whenever possible. Overflow parking is available at Henry Cowell State park.
Q: What lodging is available?
Although there is no camping on site, there are many camping options nearby.
Roaring Camp Railroads shares a fence line with Henry Cowell State Park that has a campground. It's mile or so from the site (not measured, but i walk the trail with my dogs, a few times a week and that's my guess. Steep uphill on the way to the campground) .
There are also several private RV parks on the other side of the river from our site. Also, "hiking" distance from the site. They do offer tent camping. We have never camped at these. Nor have friends. So no endorsements.
4980 Highway 9, Felton, CA 95018
Cotillion Gardens RV Park
300 Old Big Trees Road
Felton, CA 95018
Smith Woods RV Park
4770 Highway 9 Felton CA 95018
Finally, There is an abundance of motels and hotels from budget to deluxe in Santa Cruz. Our site is 4 miles from the main motel row of Ocean St.
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