SASQUATCH FESTIVAL: CAMP, GLAMP, OR COTTAGE?


It's the season for music fests, and many of us are off to the next one: Sasquatch Festival, at the Gorge Amphitheater in Quincy, Washington. 

Escaping the city is always a good time, especially when you're sharing the experience with friends. Deciding where you'll stay - and what to pack - can be tricky though. Particularly in the mountains, where the weather can be a little... unpredictable. 

Luckily, there are lots of options for group accommodations around the Gorge, and we've made you a list of rain or shine ready outfits. So whether you're camping, glamping, or renting a cottage, you're covered.

Camping:

You'll be spending your nights in personal tents or RVs , and depending on your camping situation on the grounds, you'll have access to private restrooms and shower areas. You're still roughing it though, so think rain boots for unexpected weather and long sleeves when it gets chilly at night. 

Glamping:

Glamping is camping with a touch of glamour. For those of you who snagged one of these pre-furnished cottage-style tents, you'll be living in a pretty swanky set up. You'll especially have room for creativity where outfits are concerned. Shortalls and a cute pair of closed toe booties are where it's at. 

Cottage Rental: 

This is really living the high life. If you and the gang air bnb'ed a cottage, it'll be the music festival equivalent of spending the weekend at a lake house - regardless of the weather. Pack a few options for hanging out at night and daytime chilling - but don't forget to wear closed toe shoes when you head out to see your fave band. 

Get ready for a weekend of good vibes, mountain air, and breathtaking scenery. 

Check back for our festival recap, coming soon!

xo, Ardene

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