Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do you have a Covid Policy?
A: Yes and you will find it on our Covid Policy page. Please note that tickets are nonrefundable so be sure to make common-sense decisions and limit potential exposures in the weeks prior to your arrival at the Ramble!
Q: What do I do if I have one of the following ticket issues; 1) I cannot find my ticket, 2) I have a ticket to sell or 3) I want to come but do not have a ticket?
A: Visit our Ticket FAQ for the answer to your question.
Q: How do I get to the Redwood Ramble and when can I arrive?
A: You can arrive onto Masonite Industrial Road (which leads up to Camp Navarro) no earlier than 11AM on Thursday and you need to arrive on 1) Thursday between 11AM and 9PM, 2) Friday between 10AM and 9PM or 3) Saturday between 10AM and 12PM in order to enter the event. At other times the gates will be staffed by security only and not check-in personnel. The only exceptions to this rule if you have prior written authorization from us to arrive at a different time. For directions to Camp Navarro and additional details, please visit our Directions page. NOTE: We suggest that you print a copy of the directions before leaving because electronic navigation is not dependable beyond the town of Navarro.
Q: What are the rules related to RV, Trailer, Van and Car Camping?
A: The majority of the camping area at Camp Navarro is “Gear Drop-off” camping, so your vehicle will end up parked in our main parking lot. If you have an RV or any vehicle that is longer than 20 feet (including any trailer), you will only be allowed to enter the Camp Navarro property if you purchased a ticket that includes an RV/Trailer pass, and you will need to camp in one of the two designated RV/Trailer camping areas. In addition to the RV/Trailer areas, there is a designated Car Camping area towards the back of the property where you can camp in or with your vehicle (as long is it is under 20 feet). However, space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. So, even if you hope to camp with your vehicle in this area, you need to come prepared to use the Gear Drop-off camping if the Car Camping area fills up prior to your arrival. Finally, be aware that you cannot camp in your vehicle in the main parking lot. We know that some people have done this in the past, but Camp Navarro has made it very clear that we cannot allow it to happen this year. All of this and more information (including a map showing the various camping areas) can be found on our Camping page.
Q: Am I allowed to camp at Camp Navarro on Sunday night?
A: Unfortunately that is not possible. Music will end by 4:30 and our agreement with Camp Navarro requires all Ramblers to leave by 5:30PM on Sunday.
Q: What should I be packing for the event?
A: A list of items that you should considering bringing can be found on our What to Pack page.
Q: What is the food situation at the Ramble?
A: Food works differently than at other events and will not be available at all times. See our Food the Ramble page for all the details.
Q: I’m bringing my kids. Anything special I should know?
A: Lots in fact, and you will find the information you are looking for on our Kids at the Ramble page.
Q: Can I purchase alcohol at the event or am I allowed to bring my own?
A: You can do both. Camp Navarro will be selling beer and wine and can also bring your your own alcohol as long as you consume it responsibly and do not bring it into Camp Navarro’s designated Alcoholic Beverage Control area. Also, you are responsible for keeping that alcohol out of the hands of minors.
Q: Will ice be available?
A: Yes, Camp Navarro will be selling ice out of their Cafe.
Q: Do you have a list of all the important things I should know including the things that are specifically NOT ALLOWED?
A: Well, in fact we do and you can find it towards the bottom of our Important Things to Know page.
Q: What’s the best place to camp at the Ramble?
A: That depends what you are looking for. Please visit our Camping page for all the details including a map of the camp. Please respect the natural beauty of the property by camping only in designated area and staying on the existing roads and trails.
Q: What is there to do other than listening to the music?
Q: Can I save space for my friends?
A: Well, that depends how you go about it. Check out the Do’s and Don’ts of Saving Space for all the details.
Q: How can I figure out where my friends are camping?
A: Near the Check-In table there will be a large map and we will have Post-It Notes available for you to mark where you are camped.
Q: I’m a musician. Can I jam late into the night?
A: Its all depends. See the Camp Map for details about where jamming is allowed until what hours, but make sure to the catch additional info contained in the oval in the lower right corner.
Q: What’s the weather supposed to be like?
A: We have a couple of good weather links for you on our Weather page
Q: Should I bring my bike to the Ramble?
A: You can easily walk from one end of Camp Navarro to the other in less than 10 minutes, so bikes are certainly not necessary. However, if you choose to bring a bike be sure to check out the Bike Rules.
Q: Will there be an ATM at the event where I can get cash?
A:There is no ATM but Camp Navarro is cashless so be sure to have your credit card with you to make your purchases.
Q: Can I deduct my ticket purchase when I file my taxes since Ramble On Productions is a 501(c)(3)?
A: Unfortunately IRS regulations do not allow this because the ticket price does not exceed the Fair Market Value of the goods or services received.