Primitive Camping


There is no additional charge for primitive camping at ALIVE. When you purchase a Total Event Wristband, it includes free primitive camping space at no additional charge. Sites are assigned as you arrive, based on your group size or how many are camping together. You should arrive together as a group if you plan to camp together.

Atwood Lake Park has numerous shaded and open camping areas in very close proximity to all the Alive Festival stages, vending areas, and seminar tents, with picnic tables and some grills available at no additional charge. All sites at Atwood have easy access to the entire festival with paved roads to and from the new 7 acre amphitheater on the east side of the park.



Situated in Tuscarawas and Carroll counties, Atwood Lake Park is one of the state’s top sailing and boating attractions. Managed by the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District, the lake was constructed in the 1930s for flood reduction and water conservation, but has since turned into an outdoor recreational paradise! The park is the place to be for boating, fishing, camping, hiking, biking, hunting, swimming, and now ALIVE Festival!

Atwood Lake Park offers manicured campgrounds, paved roads, recreational options, electric hook-up sites, and a beautiful beach for ALIVE Festival attendees to enjoy while at the festival. Total Event Wristband purchasers for ALIVE will receive a free primitive campsite (assigned as you arrive) and free parking. Electric hook-up sites are also available and can be easily reserved on our ticket ordering page.

Two full-service marinas are located on the lake to serve visitors and guests.

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