General Chinook Fest Information

June 8th - 11th, 2023


Please check back later for updated festival information and what to expect in 2023!


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General tent camping is $5 per person for the entire weekend and is first come first served.  Be sure to grab your pass HERE so you can enjoy a spot under the trees with the Naches River rolling by!


All Tent Camping Tickets must be accompanied by a Weekend Pass Ticket.

Parking your car next to your tent is not permitted. You may load and unload in the designated area and then park your car in General Parking for the weekend. Campfires are not permitted.  Sleeping in your car is not permitted in the general parking lots.



RV & Car Camping sites are sold out for 2022. Please consider booking with one of our campground partners - Whistlin’ Jack’s or Squaw Rock

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Whistlin’ Jack’s will be offering RV and Tent Camping sites. Complimentary Shuttle Service provided by Little Hopper will be provided to and from the Festival Grounds.

Camp right on the Naches River in one of Whistlin’ Jack’s tent sites or bring your RV/Camper for an RV site. Full hookups (W/P/S), partial hookups (W/P) or dry sites subject to availability. 


A 2-night minimum will be in effect for Chinook Fest reservations, tent sites are limited to 6 adult guests and 2 tents, RV sites subject to tent camping fees. One vehicle per site limit. All reservations must be paid in full at the time of booking and there is a 14-day cancellation policy in effect.


Chinook Fest reservations cannot be made online, please call the lodge directly to inquire about reservations @ (509) 658-2433.



Squaw Rock RV Resort & Campground will be offering RV sites. Complimentary Shuttle Service provided by Little Hopper will be provided to and from the Festival Grounds.


Squaw Rock RV offers a host of activities such as: a pool, rafting, tubing and kayaking the river. Playground for kids, volleyball, basketball, tetherball, and horseshoe pits. Additionally an on-site restaurant and store for your convenience.


Chinook Fest reservations cannot be made online, please call directly to book your RV site @ (509) 658-2800.

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As an event, Chinook Fest has a deep respect for its natural surroundings and we abide by the sentiment, LEAVE NO TRACE. In an effort to reduce event waste we encourage festival goers to minimize campsite waste, utilize reusable containers and leave the festival grounds in better condition than we found them.


This year, Roy Farms is partnering in our sustainability. Consider purchasing a Commemorative Stainless Steel Tumbler (included with Thursday Pre-Funk Ticket) for use in the Beer Garden and to help limit your consumption of plastic cups.



Complimentary Shuttle Service will be provided by The Little Hopper. Service is available to Chinook Fest ticket holders who are camping or have Single Day Parking passes at Whistlin’ Jack’s and Squaw Rock.

Thursday June 9th
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Squaw Rock to Festival
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Friday June 10th
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Squaw Rock to Festival
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2:35pm               6:35pm
2:45pm               6:45pm
6:00pm               11:15pm
Saturday June 11th
Whistlin' Jacks to Festival
Squaw Rock to Festival
Festival to Whistlin' Jack's & Squaw Rock
10:30am       2:35pm            6:35pm
10:40am       2:45pm            6:45pm
2:00pm         6:00pm            11:15pm
Sunday June 12th
Whistlin' Jacks to Festival
Squaw Rock to Festival
Festival to Whistlin' Jack's & Squaw Rock
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*Should shuttles reach capacity, there will be a 20 minute wait for shuttle to return and pick up remaining passengers

Chinook Fest is located at Jim Sprick Community Park (13680 WA-410, Naches, WA), 18 miles west of Naches on June 10th - 12th, 2022.



Friday or Saturday ticket holders must purchase a Single Day Parking Pass. Complimentary shuttle service provided by the Little Hopper from select locations.

On-Site Parking is included with Weekend, VIP and Sunday Only tickets. 

Carpools of three or more get best available parking (directly adjacent to Tent Camping)! This is only applicable for Weekend and VIP ticket holders.




Christine Gamache brings 26 years experience in the art of Sound Healing to the Chinook Fest Family.


Bring a blanket, pillows and eye cover to lay comfortably in a riverside meadow.  While Golden Eagles soar above, you will find yourself deeply relaxed, restored, realigned and rejuvenated, ready for a day of heart filled Chinook celebration and music.


Meet at Festival Main Gate to be led to a private riverside meadow, 9am on FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY. Our facilitators lovingly accept donations.


For those who want to include yoga following the Morning Meadow Sound Bath on Friday and Saturday.


Come for one, or come for both.

Start your morning off with a slow vinyasa yoga class to ease and align yourself to the sacred ground of the Nile River Valley. Loosen your body, lighten your heart, and open your mind. Yoga is an opportunity to slow down, unwind and recharge. Students are invited to bring their own mat or a towel for practice. Everyone is welcome.


Meet at Festival Main Gate to be led to a private riverside meadow, 9am, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, following the sound bath.  Our facilitators lovingly accept donations.


The Roaring 20s!

Decorate your campsite with inspiration from the 1920s. Jazz, dance, radio and speakeasies.

You may decorate your campsite, which can include your overnight dwelling plus a maximum of one 10x10 tent/area. Competition judging will happen early Saturday afternoon (to be announced on-site). The winning campsite will receive 4 tickets to Chinook Fest 2023!


Grab your friends and enjoy a casual game of corn hole in the Activity Zone, or get a little more serious and join the Dru Bru Corn Hole Tournament Saturday afternoon!


Also in the Activity Zone this year will be axe throwing with PNW Axe and fly fishing lessons with Red’s Fly Shop!



Jim Sprick Park is located at the base of the Cascade Mountains, along the Naches River. We encourage you to bring your hiking shoes to explore the nearby hills.


Local eateries serving it up at Chinook Fest include…

∙ Highway Espresso ∙ Mimi’s Street Tacos ∙ Soup-R-Dawgs ∙ Sticky Fingers ∙ Nier the Nook ∙ Wags Gourmet Hotdogs ∙ Gambito’s Cuisine ∙ White’s Farm Stand ∙


What safety measures will be taken in response to Covid-19?As of now, and in accordance with local guidelines, there will be no vaccination, testing or masking requirements at Chinook Fest. However, our priority is the safety and wellbeing of our Chinook Fest Family; therefore, we plan to follow the most up-to-date guidance from the CDC should conditions change as we approach June.

COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. There is an inherent and elevated risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place or place where people are present and there is no guarantee, express or implied, that those attending the festival will not be exposed to COVID-19.


Can I bring my dog, cat, lizard, etc?

No. Pets are not permitted at the park or on festival grounds.


Is parking FREE?

Yes and no. Space at the park is limited, so Friday or Saturday ticket holders must purchase a parking pass (link to ticket page). Parking is included with Weekend, VIP and Sunday Only tickets.


When can I arrive?

If you purchase the Thursday Pre-Funk Ticket, then you can arrive Thursday, no sooner than 2pm.

Otherwise the park gates open Friday morning for you to begin to set-up camp.  All festival goers must be clear by dusk on Sunday.

Please stay tuned for specific gate and show times to be announced in April.


Can I have a fire pit or BBQ at my campsite?

No open flame fires of any kind are permitted. Propane fires and cook stoves are okay.


Do you accept Credit Cards?

Due to limited internet access at the park, most vendors accept CASH ONLY! There is no ATM on-site so please plan ahead. Festival and band merchandise booths are equipped to accept credit cards.


Do I have to be over 21 years old?

Yes. The event is 21 and over on Friday and Saturday. Sunday is open to all ages and we encourage you to have your family and kiddos come join you. Kids under 12 are FREE!


Can I park my car at my campsite?

No. If you wish to have your car parked alongside your tent, you must purchase an RV/Car Camping Site. Sleeping in your car in General Parking is not permitted.

Do RV sites have hook-ups?

No. RV sites at Jim Sprick Park do not have hook-ups. 

I bought tickets for 2020, what do I do now?

Your tickets automatically rolled over to June 10th - 12th, 2022, so simply click the link to print tickets from your email confirmation and the updated date will appear.  

Looking for your confirmation email?  Search your inbox and spam folders for “Bold Type Tickets.”  Your tickets will also be re-sent to you the week of the festival.


What items are NOT allowed within festival grounds?


Open containers (excluding empty, refillable water bottles)

Glass Bottles or Cans

Personal Food Items

Professional Cameras or Video Recording devices (Go Pros included)

Coolers or Large Bags

Illegal Substances/Drugs

Laser Pointers

Animals (except service animals)

Selfie Sticks



Aerosol Cans

Drones - Drones are strictly prohibited from all of the festival grounds as well as campgrounds

Are chairs permitted?

There is limited, general bench seating within the festival grounds. You are permitted to bring your chair and sit in the designated chair area. Chairs will not be permitted near the mainstage during evening performances.


Is there cell phone service at the venue?

Most likely no. A few carriers will work occasionally, but expect to be without for the weekend.  We still encourage you to bring your camera phones and be ready to Facebook, Tweet and Instagram your pictures and experiences when you get back to the real world! #chinookfest There will be a physical landline for use in emergency situations only.

Are there showers?

Yes. The park has two coin operated showers which cost $2 for a few minutes. Bring your quarters!


How can I volunteer, be a vendor or get my band on stage?
We’re always looking for volunteers, new vendors and band submissions, so just Contact Us.


Can I reserve a campsite next to my friends?

Tent camping is first come, first served. For those who purchase a RV/Car Camping Site, we will do our best to get you parked alongside your family or friends.