New to camping? No worries… so is everyone else (who really camps?). This event is for mature adults (no kids or pets). We have couples, single people, newly divorced people, people that don’t want their pictures, etc.; come one come all!
Yes. During the checkout section, select the “Partial.ly” payment option. This option will allow you to choose your deposit and flexible payment plan.
AUS – Austin Bergstrom International Airport
SAT – San Antonio International Airport
201 Mt. Breeze Camp, New Braunfels, Texas 78132
Tickets can only be purchased ahead of the event. The event sells out in advance, so please do not show up expecting to buy a ticket on site (you will be turned around). In addition, guests without the appropriate wristbands will be escorted off the campground, and not allowed to re-enter.
No, your name will be on the list electronically/automatically. No tickets, shirts, or parking passes will be mailed.
Yes, there are several companies that will deliver an RV to camp for you, and set it up. They typically cost $150 a night to rent. Here are our 2 favorites:
We will float the Comal River, with transportation leaving from camp. Separate charges apply.
There are no refunds. Tickets are transferable to other people, other Urban Camp Weekend events, or Urban Excursion Weekend events. Transfers and name changes are $25 per transfer before the deadline (20 days before the event / October 6th, 2018) and $45 after. If you purchase/sell a ticket, it’s your responsibility to make sure the $25 (or $45) fee has been paid, and the ticket is actually transferable. RV’s, Cabins, previously transferred and/or discounted tickets are non-transferable to other events or people. If you originally bought a transferred ticket, early bird ticket, special promo ticket, or won a free ticket, it is non-refundable or transferable to another event or person. If your original ticket was less than $75, it’s non-transferable. ALL TRANSFERS FOR URBAN CAMP WEEKEND 2018 MUST BE COMPLETED BY END OF DAY (6 DAYS BEFORE THE EVENT / OCTOBER 20TH, 2018.) All transfers are done and confirmed in writing via email to email@example.com.
- Log in to your PayPal account, send the transfer fee to firstname.lastname@example.org, and note in the comment section “Transfer ticket to ________(first and last name of the attendee)”.
- Email email@example.com advising the following:
- You are no longer attending Urban Camp Weekend.
- The transfer fee was paid via PayPal.
- Include the first and last name of the new ticket holder.
- Carbon copy (cc) the new ticket holder on the email.
- All campers are required to check in at registration upon arrival to Mountain Breeze. Please bring a copy of the transfer ticket email to ensure the correct names are reflected in the system.
Tents are set up on a first come first serve basis anywhere that’s not already roped off specifically by UCW. Well over 90% of our guests will be pitching a tent, so the earlier you arrive, the better. The 10 small cabins are located to the left as soon as you enter the campground. There are nine 10×12 (two-person) cabins with 1 full-size bed, an a/c unit, and a picnic table and pit outside. The one12x16 cabin is a four-person cabin with 2 full-size beds and the same amenities. Neither of the cabin options has restrooms or showers directly inside, however, there are private restrooms and showers located next to the cabins for you to use.
Cabin purchases include your general admission.
When you pull into the campground, park against the back fence-line area. You will NOT be able to drive to your spot and unload this year, due to the number of campers. Cars that are not properly parked will be towed at the owner’s expense.
When purchasing group tickets, you are responsible for listing your group names in the notes section of the purchase or emailing us within a week of purchase to list your ticket holders names. If not, they will be required to check-in at the same time as you for the event, as they will not be on our list. If they decide to show up at different times and are not accompanied by you, they will be turned away.
Yes (but contact us first, additional charges will apply) Each guest staying in the RV must be registered at the regular ticket price. We have 30 and 50 amp sites with electricity and water supplied for every RV or 5th wheel pop-up camper. Again, an RV reservation is for the RV only; each individual must purchase a ticket.
Yes, you can arrive as early as 3 a.m. on Friday morning. If you want to arrive earlier in the week (ie Monday- Thursday), pay the campsite directly, and tell them you’re with our party once you get there. Don’t forget to register again on Friday to receive your two new wristbands which are different than the Thursday wristband. (You will be escorted off the property if you don’t have the proper wristbands)
Absolutely! We may even give you some extra meat to cook!
Of course they did; they paid early. We’d make that friend drive for not telling you earlier, and don’t give them gas money! Our prices go up as it gets closer to the event; they will not go down. But seriously, stiff your friend on the gas money and call it even!
Of course, but please bring extension cords so that you can place your generator away from other tents (if it’s loud.)
Yes (However, it’s very, very, very limited); bring a powerstrip, and maybe someone with a generator will share electricity… Again, it’s camping, you won’t really need it. (hint: Most of the electricity is located by the river)
Yes, there will be 4 police officers on the premises at all times. We will also have a personal security officer in our area. (We haven’t had any problems in the past, and we intend to keep it that way)
No, we are in a private area with different wristbands. There’s really no need to call the campsite, even though people try it every year.
The deadline is a moving target, and yes the price will change closer to the event date. Pre-registration has traditionally filled up months in advance, forcing us to raise the registration fee or cut-off the registrations entirely.
Based on our recent surveys, we have started selling wristbands for meal plans. The majority of our guest’s grill or cook on their own, so there’s no reason for us to charge them for food they haven’t been eating. This allows us to keep the cost of camp down and enjoyable for all. There will be food for purchase via the meal plan, front office, and by various vendors on site. To guarantee food, meal plans should be purchased ahead of time.
If someone you know (or you) would like to be a vendor at the largest camping event in the country, have them email firstname.lastname@example.org with their complete business information (social media pages and a little bit about the company is the bare minimum). THERE IS NO ADDITIONAL FEE TO BE A VENDOR FOR MINORITY-OWNED BUSINESSES. We have limited space available, so the earlier the better.
A Few Things to Bring:
- Tent (metal stakes works best)
- Hammer / Mallet
- Cooler with snacks (beef jerky, fruit, etc.)
- Air mattress / sleeping pad / cot / tarp / blanket
- Trash bags
- Containers for food storage/drinks for the river
- Hat / cheap sunglasses
- Swimsuit/ towel/swim shoes
- Battery operated fan/everything
- Shower shoes/flip flops
- Soap in plastic case/shampoo
- Bug repellent/ant poison to sprinkle around your tent
- Extension cords for the generators
- Theme party – Any glow stuff or led stuff for the glow party
- If you have allergies bring allergy medicine
- Portable cell phone charger
- Games (Tailgate type games) / folding chair
- A lot of bottled water
- And a positive attitude, because we are family!
We are charged for every human being that steps foot on the campground; purchase a general admission ticket, and you can choose to stay or come and go as you please throughout the weekend.