FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Can we bring dogs?        No, unfortunately due to liability issues as well as for the safety of the children that attend our events, we ask that you do not bring dogs to Tolt-Macdonald Park during Timber! Outdoor Music Festival. However, there are several options within 10 minutes of the festival on Rover.com, including Helen D. and Cecelia R., for pet sitting. Please note: each of them have their own restrictions, so please check with them individually.
Do I have to pay for babies or small children?        No, children under the age of 12 are free.
Can I use a stove or BBQ at my campsite?        YES! You can cook on one of the designated fire pits and BBQ pits located on the property. There are BBQ pits in the Family Camping areas as well as at all covered shelters. Additionally there will be a number of great local food vendors on site as well as a grocery store within walking distance. If you're an REI member, you're also welcome to use their "camp kitchen" where they will have cook stations already set up for you.
Can I leave the festival grounds and re-enter?        Yes you can. If you paid for parking you only need to keep your parking pass with your vehicle and you won't have to pay to park upon re-entry.
Can I volunteer at the Festival?        Heck yes! If you are interested, please fill out a 2016 Timber! Fest Volunteer Application. We are asking that each volunteer help out for about 8 hours (which is about 2 shifts). You will receive a pre-assigned schedule based on your interests and abilities! Volunteer Benefits include free camping and entry to the Festival, and more!
Can I bring my own beer/alcohol?        Due to WA State liquor laws, no outside beer or alcohol is allowed on the premises. However, we're proud to be serving some fine Sierra Nevada beer at incredible prices that can't be beat!
Parking?        There is a $20 King County Parks parking fee at Timber! Outdoor Music Festival. Please be sure to bring cash for when you arrive and once you've paid, you can come and go throughout the weekend without having to pay again.