- Fri. 8pm-6am
- Sat. 6pm-8am
When will the CampingVillage and the ComfortCamp open/close?
CampingVillage: Thursday, 1 August, 10am to Monday, 5 August, 6pm
ComfortCamp: Thursday, 1 August, 10am to Sunday, 4 August, 6pm
The entrance is possible during this time continuously.
What is the difference between the CampingVillage and the ComfortCamp?
The CampingVillage has the size of 150 footballpitches. Two and a half kilometres from one end to the other. Camp next to your car. Bring along everything that is fun: bouncy castles, foam parties and trampolines. Regular day times are no longer relevant: Techno for breakfast? Sure! Eight hours of sleep? Forget it! Hundreds of hobby-DJs perform on self-build stages in the CampingVillage. Get a first impression here.
The ComfortCamp is for those who love to party, but prefer having more comfort while camping and enough rest in between to continue raving full of energy. Music is allowed only at a reasonable volume and there is night rest from 10pm to 6am.
Where can I buy my camping ticket?
Camping tickets must be purchased separately to the festival/day ticket.
- Camping tickets for the CampingVillage can also be purchased at the entrance. Cash payment only! If you arrive on Saturday (05.08.), the camping ticket is reduced .
Find more information about the camping tickets here.
How are the places in the CampingVillage and the ComfortCamp assigned?
- The staff will assign you a certain space at the camping area.
- The spaces will be assigned one by one.
- Reserving or keeping spaces free is not allowed.
- If you want to camp in a group please arrive together. This makes it easier to assign you a suitable area.
- In the CampingVillage you camp directly at your vehicle.
- In the ComfortCamp you park your vehicle on a separate parking lot directly nearby.
Please note following instructions:
- Max. permissible total weight: 3,5t for all vehicles including cars, vans, campers or vehicles with trailers. Access is not possible for vehicles with a total weight higher than 3,5t.
- It is not allowed to bring your own concession stand/beer fountain or similar.
- Please build your tents without large gaps in between.
- Don’t block space for friends who will arrive later.
- Only drive at walking speed: Safety first!
- On Thursday & Friday the exit from the CampingVillage is only possible with waiting time.
Are there showers, toilets and access to water?
CampingVillage: Showers are available at the shower tent.
There are power connections for hairdryers, shavers, etc.
Shower flatrate can be booked for 5,- EUR to your cashless wristband in advance or on site.
Opening times: Thu.: 4pm – 10pm, Fri. & Sat.: 8am – 11pm, Sun.: 8am – 2pm
ComfortCamp: The use of showers is included and they are available continuously.
CampingVillage: An adequate number of toilets, which will be cleaned frequently, are available at the whole CampingVillage.
ComfortCamp: Water-flushed toilets are included.
Washing facilities and free drinking water at all service stations.
Do I need a camping ticket for the DASDING-Opening?
How does it work with food & drinks?
Food and beverage stands are available on the camping and festival grounds (also for vegetarians and vegans).
Bringing food & drinks is allowed in the CampingVillage & ComfortCamp for personal use, but prohibited on the festival grounds.
Free drinking water is available at all service stations in the CampingVillage.
The free shuttle buses will take you to Kastellaun, where you will find various shopping facilities and supermarkets. The buses stop, among others, at the bus stop of the EDEKA market in Kastellaun.
Friday & Saturday: 9am - 6pm
In Kastellaun there are:
- Grocery stores (e.g EDEKA, REWE, Lidl, Netto, Aldi)
- Drinks merchants
- Restaurants and snack bars
- Gas stations
- Drugstores (e.g. dm)
- Shoe stores (e.g. DEICHMANN)
For questions on site, the information desk at the market place is open Fr. & Sat. from 10am -6pm. There you can also get more information if you are interested in a guided tour through the castle town of Kastellaun.
Are glass bottles allowed?
Yes, glass bottles are allowed in the CampingVillage & ComfortCamp. To avoid injuries, it would be better to do without them and instead bring plastic bottles or tetrapacks.
Is there electricity access?
In the CampingVillage only at the shower tent for hairdryers, shavers, etc.
In the ComfortCamp there is also electricity access for Caravans/ mobiles which is included in the caravan ticket.
Will there be lockers?
Festival site: Lockers without electricity available.
CampingVillage: Lockers with electricity available.
Are there merchandise shops?
At the festival site and at the CampingVillage close to area F12.
Are there ATMs?
Yes, on the festival site at the entrance and the venue as well as at the CampingVillage.
Where can I buy cigarettes?
Festival site: At the cigarette booth and from mobile sellers.
CampingVillage: At the cigarette booth and at the service stations.
ComfortCamp: Next to the food area.
Which items are forbidden in the CampingVillage & the ComfortCamp?
- any type of weapon
- drugs, narcotics, knockout drops and legal highs (e.g. bath salts) unless a medical document confirms beyond any doubt that the visitor needs to have them with him and to take them
- irritant gas, pepper spray, animal repellent spray and the like
- laser pointers
- caustic or highly inflammable substances
- fireworks, sparklers, pyrotechnical materials, inflammable torches, smoke candles, Bengal lights or any other pyrotechnical effects
- building timber and firewood
- water pollutant substances and liquids (e.g. liquid barbecue lighter],
- dry ice
- any type of advertising materials, in particular flyer, unless expressly allowed beforehand by the organiser; in such cases the person advertising must show the written consent of the organiser
- racist, xenophobic, radically left- or right-wing propaganda, in particular any such propaganda from parties or organisations which have been declared unconstitutional or have been banned
- film cameras whose capabilities exceed the usual mobile phone cameras or small, straightforward cameras unless expressly allowed beforehand by the organiser; in such cases the person filming must show the written consent of the organiser
- drones and any other unmanned aircraft
- Aggregates are prohibited in the ComfortCamp, but allowed in the CampingVillage
Further prohibited objects you’ll find here in our camping and parking rules.
Which instructions do I have to follow at the CampingVillage?
- Max. permissible total weight: 3.5t (for all vehicles: cars, vans, campers, vehicles with trailers). Access is not possible for vehicles with a permissible total weight in excess of 3.5t.
- Make sure you always have the camping ticket with you.
- The power of any sound systems brought into the CampingVillage is limited to a maximum of 3kW (kilowatts) and a maximum of 95dBA 5 meters in front of the speaker.
- No noise at night: Sunday, 04 August from 10pm - 6am.
- Please don’t leave any bulky refuse (sofas, armchairs, fridges, barbecues etc.) behind. Relevant licence plates will be documented. Also set (bulky) refuse on fire is forbidden. Any offence will be reported to the authorities. Offenders will be liable for compensation for any loss or damage caused. Any costs for disposing of bulky refuse will be passed on to the people responsible.
- Camping outside designated areas is illegal. Visitors may only use the signposted camping areas.
- Children under the age of 16 and animals are neither on the campsite nor the festival site allowed to enter.
- It is not allowed to distribute flyers or to carry out any other promotional activities. Any person doing so will be banned from the site and reported to the police.
- Collect and/or beg for deposit or deposit containers; in the event of any infringement, the deposit collected will be confiscated and the visitor banned from the site. This applies to the area where the organiser exercises his authority.
- Pyrotechnical items (fireworks) are forbidden on the site, as is open fire. Arson will be immediately reported to the authorities.
Please note that there is an increased risk of forest fires in August, especially in very dry weather.
- The CampingVillage closes on Monday 6pm.
- The instructions of the organiser and the security personnel and stewards must be followed at all times.
- Should there be any infringement, the organiser can expel the visitor from the campsite and withdraw the right of access. In such cases the visitor has no right to re-admission or to a refund of the camping ticket price. Failure to comply with the camping rules can also result in temporary or complete exclusion from the festival site. This shall not affect the organiser’s right to claim compensation.
- Any infringement may result in action being taken both under civil law and under criminal law.
- Any persons trespassing on the enclosed festival site will be prosecuted under criminal law. This shall not affect the organiser’s right to claim compensation.
Further prohibited objects you’ll find here in our camping and parking rules.
Is there a waste deposit?
Yes. When you return a filled garbage bag to one of the service stations, the waste deposit will be activated on your cashless wristband. It can be paid out with your remaining credit after the event.
Opening times waste deposit points
The opening hours will follow soon.
Can I visit NATURE ONE as a visitor with limited mobility
Yes, handicapped accessible entrances and toilets are available at the festival area and the camping site. Please note that the festival area is only partially asphalted and barrier-free.
Can I receive hearing protection on site?
Hearing protection is available at all merchandise stands.
What should I do if I don’t want to camp?
Please send individual hotel enquiries to:
Tourist-Information Region Kastellaun
Marktstraße 16, 56288 Kastellaun
Telephone: +49 (0)6762 401 873 or 401 698
Fax: +49 (0)6762 401 872
Homepage Tourist-Information: www.kastellaun.de
You find information about parking spaces (one-day visitors) and about dropping off & picking up here.
Are there taxis available?
Yes, taxi ranks are signposted on site.
What should I pay attention to if I want to organize an own bus tour?
If you organize your own bus tour to NATURE ONE, please sign up at an early stage via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive all necessary information like access permits or allocated parking lots afterwards.
Where can I return lost property or found items?
Festival site: Lost property and found items will be collected at the infopoint right behind the main entrance Pydna.
CampingVillage & ComfortCamp: Lost property and found items will be collected at the production office.
If you have found something you can hand it over at the waste deposit points, the shower tent or merchandise shop, too.
Whom should I approach if I need help by police officers or security?
You can find security employees with safety vests and police officers who you can ask for help at the CampingVillage, ComfortCamp and festival site. You can find a police station oppositely to the main entrance of the festival site.
Is there a Newsletter / Flyerservice?
Yes, add yourself here and get the latest information about NATURE ONE.
Any other questions?
Hotline: +49 (0) 261 - 921 584 95 or by contact form:
Camping und parking rules
You can view the camping and parking rules here