Don’t miss a moment of the Big Church Day Out – camp with us! Exclusive After Hours entertainment, our Sunday morning campers service, fabulous food and breath-taking views are just some of the things that make the Big Church Campsite the perfect place to stay. The Big Church campsite has its own real sense of community. Campers who normally live in various parts of the country pitch up and are nestled together as neighbours for the weekend. This is a key opportunity to soak in every second of the event so make sure you don’t miss out!
You can camp on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. You only need to purchase one camping ticket per person, regardless of whether you choose to camp for 1, 2 or 3 nights. Everyone camping will need a camping ticket, including Under 4's and Disabled Carers.
Your event ticket is not included and will need to be purchased separately.
CAMPSITE OPENING TIMES
Thursday 31st May: The campsite, car parks and ticket gates open at 12 midday. Camping gates will close at approximately 10pm and temporary overnight camping will be available for late arrivals.
Friday 1st June: Car parks open at 10am and ticket gates open at 10.30am.
Saturday 2nd June: Car parks open at 10am and ticket gates open at 10.30am.
Sunday 3rd June: Campsite closes at 12 midday.
You don’t remember the nights you go to bed early – so stay up late for this exclusive campers-only content and squeeze every ounce of fun out of your time at the Big Church Day Out.
We have lots of toilets and standpipes for filling your water containers and multi-tap units for brushing your teeth! We also have plenty of showers, which are free of charge available to all campers and open across the weekend.
CAMPERVANS AND CARAVANS
We want you to be as comfortable as possible so campervans and caravans are very welcome at the Big Church Day Out.
Caravans and campervans will be put together in their own field, which is close to the main campsite. We realise that this may split groups up, as all campers in tents will be in the main campsite, but we do this to look after the land and keep everyone safe.
You will need to buy a camping ticket per person as well as a caravan/campervan ticket for every caravan/campervan you bring.