Timber! Cafe Premium Food Options
- Thursday - Dinner
- Friday - Breakfast Lunch Dinner
- Saturday - Breakfast Lunch Dinner
- Adults: $200
General Festival Camping - $40
General Family Festival Camping - $40
General Festival Camping will be camping in designated open fields along with other festival attendees. Depending on the time of your arrival, the festival campsites may be walk in only and require crossing the park's 500 foot suspension bridge.
General QUIET Festival Camping will be camping in designated open fields along with other festival attendees and is suggested for any groups with children or anyone who desires quieter surroundings in the evening. Please note that we can not guarantee a quiet enviornment but that all who select this camping option will be grouped together in a more isolated space than general festival campers.
REI Signature Camps - $600
FULLY EQUIPPED HOME GROWN TRAILER - $1,100
Homegrown Trailers is a Kirkland company that produces sustainable, handcrafted travel trailers that fuse a global desire for compact, environmentally-conscious, and healthy living spaces. Their 94 sq ft trailers are solar-powered, made from renewable materials, well-ventilated, and outfitted with a composting toilet.
They sleep 4 people (1 pull-out queen bed, 2 bunk beds), have a full kitchen with induction cooktop and mini-fridge, and feature an outdoor cooking counter.
Your trailer will come with clean bedding, all the kitchen supplies you’ll need, a full tank of water, and charged batteries.
Homegrown Trailers village will be located on the west side of the walking bridge near Tolt-Macdonald Park's shipping container cabin. This Package includes 4 weekend passes to Timber! Outdoor Music Festival. For more information about the trailers, visit homegrowntrailers.com.
Camper Vans and Small Trailers - $80
Premium Drive-In Camping - $400
Have a Camper Van or equivalent type vehicle or trailer that you'd like to park and stay in during the festival and forego having a campsite? We will be setting aside 30 parking spots closest to the festival grounds just for you. These spaces are limited to 1 parking space worth of room so if you need to drop a trailer and park your vehicle in the regular parking lot, you will have to pay an additional parking fee for the additional parking space.
Premium campsites that will accommodate 2 tents and 2 cars. Premium Drive in campsites also come with your own fire pit and picnic table. There is no parking fee for two cars be parked in each Premium Drive in Camp site.
Premium West Side Camping - $450
Premium Waterfront Camping - $450
Premium camp sites on the west side of the river each offer guests their own secluded (mostly shaded) space with their own fire pit and room for 3 moderately sized tents. These sites are walk-in only and require crossing the park's 500-foot suspension bridge and an additional walk of roughly 300 - 800 yards depending on your campsite location. We will have volunteers ready to help you haul your gear when you arrive.
Premium Waterfront Camping offers guests their own secluded (mostly shaded) space along the banks of the Snoqualmie River with their own fire pit and room for 3 moderately sized tents. These sites are walk-in only and require crossing the park's 500-foot suspension bridge and an additional walk of roughly .5 miles. We will have volunteers ready to help you haul your gear there when you arrive.
RV or 2 Car Camping - $475
Yurts - $1000
Tolt has 16 individual pull-through utility RV campsites (water & electrical only), each with a picnic table and fire ring. RV campsites are perfect for those with RV or campers and each campsite has enough room for 2 additional tents for additional guests.
Each yurt at Tolt-Macdonald Park sleeps 6 with two bunk beds with a double on the bottom and single on the top. Yurts also come furnished with a night stand, heat, electricity, wrap around deck, your own picnic table, fire ring and enough space to for two additional tents (tent tags included in price). All yurts are located on the west side of the park across the Snoqualmie River. These sites are walk-in only and require crossing the park's 500-foot suspension bridge.