The Virginia Women’s Music Festival 2015 is set for May 22nd through May 24th. Each year’s festival is better than the last. Don’t miss out. Get your tickets early. Join us for music, dancing, bonfires, and a Memorial Day celebration.

Music Lineup

Tret FureViRAGOWicked JezabelZoe Lewis Narissa BondTory Trujillo & Sweet Song
Jamie Anderson Indigie FemmeAlma HessonSomeone's SisterSONiA & disappear fear
Mama's Black SheepJulie ClarkGaye Adegbalola and the Wild Rutz • and more

Group campsites are available for groups of 8 or more. Group sites in the main campground also available for 5 or more. Contact us to reserve yours today. Groups must contact us via email or send in all tickets at the same time.


We Have Tent Rentals!
Small Tent - sleeps up to 2 - $50 • Medium Tent - sleeps up to 4 - $80 • Large Tent - sleeps up to 8 - $100
Tent rentals include 2 chairs at the site
Other items available for rent (applies to tent rental campers only): Hammock - $15 • Ice Chest - $5
Rented tents will be set up and taken down by CampOut staff
Click Here for our Tent Rental Form Tent Rental Form

Commitment Ceremony!! Marry the love of your life at the Music Festival. Licensed minister will perform the ceremony. Personalized cakes with take home topper (for first year anniversary) and bouquets available. Cakes (chocolate, white or yellow) with many icing flavors - $20, bouquets - $10. Cakes are 4 x4 round made to order. Contact us via email campout@campoutva.com, phone 804-301-3553 or private message on facebook for additional information and to place order.


Click here to see what campers and artists have said about our past festivals.

Workshops - See Program for Days and Times

This simple workout will help get your body feeling limber and relaxed. We will spend time going over basic yoga stretches.

Learn the basics of creative writing, pre-writing skills and apply these techniques to creating you own original material. Everyone Welcome!

Meeting daily at the Barn. (see Kitchen Cashier to be sure of location)

SONiA explores the beauty of simplicity of the Guitar, with a roots format and alternative tunings. Her unique style and award winning songwriting led Santa Cruz Guitar company to create the SONiA Model Guitar. Participants may want to bring their own acoustic guitar.

This workshop was inspired by the peace activist, Gandhi and his quote “be the change you wish to see in the world”. Analyzing at this quote from a woman’s perspective we will identify and break down current social conventions and consider the developmental messages taught to us as children.

Everyone can play drums! Calling all women to join ViRAGO for a fun-filled percussion workshop while learning how to play drums and a variety of percussion instruments. We will sing and play a variety of traditional ethnic songs and rhythms including an Afro-Brazilian Samba. We will provide a few extra drums and a large variety of percussion instruments. Bring an open heart and mind with your own drum if you have one.

Plan on visiting the American Mustang demonstration and information booth at this year’s Music Festival. CampOut’s newest member, Sassafras, and a few of her herd mates will be at this year’s festival. Amanda, trainer and advocate for the American Mustang will give a ground-work demonstration and explain the adoption process for Mustangs from the BLM.

Sarabeth, an ordained minister, will be doing a group marriage ceremony Sunday afternoon for any couples interested in taking vows for the first time, or renewing their vows. (Marriage is still not legal in Virginia for same-sex couples.) She will hold a pre-wedding meeting on Saturday afternoon for couples who want to get married on Sunday.

A meeting of veterans interested in the Memorial Day service.



Valet Camping: After you've made the long journey to CampOut, you'll want to find a site, get set up, and get your weekend started. To make that easier for you, we will help you unload your gear and get it transported to the camp site you've selected. At the end of the weekend, we'll be back to help you move it all back out! While this service is not guaranteed, we make every effort to be there to help.

Tenting: There are many wooded sites at camp. Group sites are available for 8 or more people. Reservations for group sites are required, please call the business office.

RV Area: We have an RV area with 20amp electric, no water or sewer hookups available at this time. RV's that are self contained can be located at the lake parking area or near the playing field.

Cabins: There are several cabins with twin and double bunk beds. Bed space is reserved per person and per night. There are no restroom facilities in any cabin. Cabins hold 8-16 people. Reservations are required for cabins. Please call the business office.

Local Accommodations


Cafeteria style food is available for purchase at the CampKitchen. A variety of vegetarian and meat meals are available during meal times. Breakfast is served 6:30a - 9:30a, Lunch 11:30-1:30p, Dinner 5:30-7:30p. Due to the large volume and small kitchen space, meals will only be served at the posted meal times.

A snack bar is located at the kitchen and will serve hotdogs, hamburgers, boca burgers, sodas, coffee, tea, hot chocolate and a variety of snacks. Smores for the campfire will also be available. The snack bar will be open 11am to 9 pm.
Bags of Ice are available at the snack bar.

If you find that you have forgotten something from home, please do not hesitate to ask. We have a variety of items in our CampOut booth or our CampKitchen.

Things to Know At Camp

Remember - Please be kind to Mother Earth, only you can prevent forest fires!

  • First aid is available at the kitchen
  • Smokers, PLEASE use butt cans
  • The left side of the stage audience is for smokers, the right side is for non-smokers
  • Illegal drugs are not allowed on the CampOut property
  • Pets are NOT allowed during this festival, with the exception of certified assist dogs
  • The main gate will close promptly at Midnight. If you have purchased a DAY ticket and
    you spend the night, you will be required to pay additional fees
  • There may be Men on the land to clean the porta-potties. This usually is in the mornings
    before 8am
  • Ice is for sale at the kitchen at $3.00 per bag
  • Propane stoves and charcoal grills are permitted at your campsite; the CampOut booth
    sells extra propane tanks
  • Open fires are only permitted at the main fire circle next to the pavilion or at designated
    group site; please protect our wooded sanctuary
  • CampOut has hot showers; please be considerate of others and conserve water
    when showering
  • Clean your area-A recycling center is available at the Pavilion; please "pack out
    what you pack in" including your own trash
  • Wheelbarrows are available for you to transport your gear to your campsite. For the
    safety of others, you will not be able to drive to your site and unload. Our unloading area
    is within 100 yards or closer to the campsite areas. Please be considerate and unload
    quickly and move your car to the main parking area so that others may unload.
  • If you find that you have forgotten something from home, please do not hesitate to ask. We have a variety of items in our CampOut booth or our CampKitchen.

Quiet hours are from 12 midnight to 8am and are strictly enforced.

And lastly, due to the safety of our participants and to our land, the main fire circle will be extinguished promptly at 1 am each evening.

Festival Schedule


8:00 am Gates Open

6:30 pm - 9:50 pm
Coming soon!

Dance at the Pavillion with
DJ Jamie Fox

Midnight Gates Close

8:00 am Gates Open

10:40 am - 1:30 pm
Coming soon!

6:00 pm - Midnight
Coming soon!

Dance at the Pavillion with Wicked Jezabel

Midnight Gates Close

8:00 am Gates Open

10:40 am - 1:30 pm
Coming soon!

5:00 pm - 7:45 pm
Coming soon!

Memorial Celebration at the Lake

Dance at the Pavillion with
DJ Michelle

Midnight Gates Close