festival motorhome hire

Experience a festival in style, comfort and convenience. Whether you live for the big festivals like Glastonbury or the more family friendly events, our campervans and motorhomes will provide that added bit of luxury. There are plenty of events up and down the country, and with six vans to choose from, why wouldn't you make your weekend extra special with our festival hire service. See below for our top tips on taking a motorhome or campervan to a festival.

what's on?

20th - 23rd June 2024

25th - 28th July

26th - 30th June

1st - 4th August

23rd - 25th August

23rd - 26th May

16th - 18th August

7th - 11th August


our top tips:

When people ask me how long things will ask, the answer is simple, it depends how much you use it. Being aware of how much energy and water you are using and monitoring levels goes a long way. When arriving at a festival make sure you know what amenities are available to you, do you have a fresh water supply close by? Is there somewhere to empty the toilet cassette? You can then use the facilities accordingly knowing what's available to you for topping up or emptying. 

  • Motorhome ticket - At most festivals, you will need your standard festival entrance ticket as well as the ticket that allows you to park and camp in the designated fields.
  • Electric hook-up - Most festivals won't have electric hook-up and do not allow generators. You will be relying on the leisure battery and gas supply to run the amenities such as lights, taps, hot water, fridge and cooker. Just be aware on how much the amenities are being used, make sure lights are turned off, vent speeds are kept low and use the shower sparingly. Consider bringing a battery pack to charge phones and other electrical appliances you have brought with you. You may need to start the van once a day for 30 minutes to charge the leisure battery.
  • Water - Once parked up at a festival you will more than likely be unable to move the van until the day you come to leave. A hose pipe is included to top up the fresh water tanks but this is unlikely to reach the fresh water supply. If this is the case, you will need to be careful with how much water you use. Showers use a large amount of water and energy, so you may want to use it sparingly. Alternatively, for a small fee, you can hire one of our aqua roll containers. This will help with transporting water from the supply to the van. 

  • Waste management - We require toilet cassettes to come back empty and clean. If waste disposal is not available to you on site the cassette will need to emptied off site at a disposal point. The cassette should last a couple of days, again if used sparingly, you will be better to use toilets on site where possible. 
  • Park to escape - Arrive early so you can bag yourself a prime spot. If you are not allocated a spot you want to choose your space carefully. Where is the best place for a quick escape when it comes to leaving the site?  Can you park somewhere close to the amenities? Try to avoid parking at the bottom of a hill, if the ground is wet, you are more likely to get stuck. Try and park as level as you can, for a better night sleep more than anything, we do provide levelling ramps if your spot is on a slope.

  • Turn off + lock up - Energy conservation is your main priority when staying off grid. Make sure everything is turned off when not in use. This includes lights, water pump, hot water and heating (if required). When leaving the van it is important that all windows are shut, cab doors are locked and the habitation door is locked. If you are attending the festival as a group please do not leave the key out for the late returners. The key must be kept safe or in your possession at all times. 

Please feel free to get in touch if you wish to discuss your festival needs and dates.