Camping for the Inaugural 2014 Pasco Paddlepalooza and Cotee River Seafood and Blues Festival go on sale on sale this Friday, March 28th 2014.
This is an exciting addition to the weekend’s event for all those festival goers that are looking to stay close and sleep under the stars. Overnight camping will be allowed both Friday and Saturday night at Waterfront Park in Port Richey Florida, next to Gill Dawg on Florida’s beautiful Gulf Coast.
Overnight camping is the ultimate pass to an unforgettable West Pasco County weekend experience. Campers will be within walking distance to all the festivities along with designated land and water shuttle pick-up and drop off locations for all of the weekend’s events.
There are only 100 designated camping sites identified for the weekend, so it is recommended that you reserve you site early. Each campsite accommodates up to five people, a tent and a standard car or SUV. Anyone purchasing and/or entering on-site camping must have a festival pass, which is sold separately. View all the campgrounds on our Festival map. Or if sleeping under the stars isn’t your thing, check out the various lodging options.