Barefoot Festival is held in the sumptuous grounds of Prestwold Hall, North Leicestershire. Prestwold Hall is a magnificent country house and grounds, nestled in the beautiful Leicestershire countryside. Located in the heart of the Midlands it is close to Loughborough, Leicester and Nottingham. With easy access by road and rail, Prestwold Hall is the ancestral home of the Packe-Drury-Lowe family. The site is beautiful, tranquil and a fine example of the great British countryside a perfect location for our event.
The best way to experience Barefoot Festival is to come along and camp for the whole three nights. Take some time out from our busy lives, reconnect with nature and spend some quality time in the great outdoors!
Barefoot Festival is all about getting back to basics, getting grass in between your toes and taking time out from the pressures of modern life! Try something you've never done before, spend quality time with the family, meet like minded new friends. Relax, unwind and refresh yourself with a weekend in the beautiful great British countryside!
Barefoot Festival do not provide any camping equipment and you must provide and erect your own tents. Pre-pitched luxury tent packages are available from 'Festival Glamping' please visit their website www.festivalglamping.com or call Roger on 07564 827224 for further information.
We provide fresh running water and plenty of regularly cleaned portable toilets, although it is advisable to bring a spare toilet roll just incase.
For health and safety reasons we have arranged for cars to be parked in a designated area a short walk from the campsite and there will be a small car parking fee. (please see Buy Tickets page for full information).
Although the walk from the car park to the campsite is short, we understand that it can be challenging with large amounts of equipment and/or with children in tow. Therefore we offer a trolley hire service which will be available from just outside the main car park.
Those in Campers, Caravans or other Live In Vehicles can stay in their vehicles in the camping area for an additional fee. (please see Buy Tickets page for full information).
A 5 mile an hour speed limit is in force at all times while on the campsite and hazard lights must be kept on when moving your vehicle. Once you have parked your vehicle please try to avoid moving it unless absolutely necessary and all engines must be kept switched off once on site.
As you can imagine the clean up task after a Barefoot Festival is considerable. Please help us by taking your rubbish and recycling home with you. Please respect the various recycling points around the festival site by placing correct items in the appropriate waste bins.
Please don't bring glass onto the festival site as the land is used for grazing animals at other times.
Due to the 'back to nature' concept of Barefoot Festival we ask that you do not bring either sound systems or generators with you.
Unfortunately due to health and safety there are to be no camp fires in the camping area. BBQ's and Camping Stoves are allow as long as they are raised off the ground and all rubbish, including used coals, are to be taken home with you to dispose of.
Throughout the whole Barefoot Festival we have a stewarding team who will keep a watchful eye on the camping area, however we cannot accept responsibility for any losses that may occur, we therefore advise you to keep your belongings safe at all times.
All illegal substances and Nitrous Oxide is forbidden at Barefoot Festival and we ask that you please drink alcohol responsibly, Barefoot Festival management reserves the right to eject anyone suspected of infringement of this policy.