Attend Pickathon for the weekend.
An Adult Weekend Ticket is the best value option for any Adult interested in attending Pickathon. It allows one person (ages 17+) to both come and go during the weekend of the festival (Friday, August 4th through the morning of Monday, August 7th) plus set up a primitive campsite to stay onsite in the beautiful PNW wooded camping areas of Pendarvis Farm.
A Teen VIP Weekend Ticket is the best value option for any Teen interested in attending Pickathon. It allows one person (ages 13-16) to both come and go during the weekend of the festival (Friday, August 4th through the morning of Monday, August 7th) plus set up a primitive campsite to stay onsite in the beautiful PNW wooded camping areas of Pendarvis Farm. A Teen Weekend Ticket holder must be accompanied by at least one Adult Weekend Ticket holder (parent or guardian). Teens may be asked for identification at the front gate upon entry to prove their age.
A Child Weekend Ticket allows entry for one child age 12 or under for the weekend from Friday, August 4th through the morning of Monday, August 7th. A Child Weekend Ticket holder must be accompanied by a ticket-holding adult (parent or guardian).
A Weekend Parking pass is for all Weekend ticket pass holders that want to park (but not camp in or near) a car, truck, van, or motorcycle in our new Welcome Lot parking RVs, oversized vehicles, and vehicles with trailers are not permitted in this area. There will be a free parking shuttle and pedestrian/bike path to allow you to travel to and from the Welcome Lot at your leisure.
A Shuttle Pass includes unlimited rides to and from the festival all weekend. Here’s how it works… Travel on Tri-Met Max Lightrail from anywhere in the Portland metro region to the Lents Town Center/Foster Rd Max stop and then hop on the connecting Pickathon Shuttle. Three local hotel options will also be included as part of the Shuttle Pass loop. Shuttle Passes must be purchased for each passenger over the age of 12.
A Bicycle Pass allows one bicycle to park inside the Pickathon grounds. Cycling is the lowest climate impact option you can have and so we want to encourage everyone to choose this option by making it free as well as providing support through guided rides from Portland, bike transportation maps, and onsite bike racks inside the grounds where you can securely lock your bike up.
A Car Camping (Welcome Campground) pass is for car camping in the new Welcome Lot Campground in and/or near a vehicle less than 15’. Two primitive tents can be set up next to the vehicle in the available allotted space. Campsites will be pre-marked out; the total footprint size for car camping sites will be 300 sq ft. Car Camping (Welcome Lot) passes can only be used by Pickathon attendees who purchase a Weekend Ticket.
An RV Camping (Welcome Campground) pass is for RVs, Pop-Ups, Trailers, etc. located in our new Welcome Lot RV camping ½ mile from the festival grounds. The allotted space is 30’ long and 15’ wide. If your vehicle is longer than 30’ you will need an extra pass. It is a primitive parking space without a waste hookup. Power can be provided at an additional charge. No waste or water hookups will be available. Running generators is not allowed due to fire danger. RV Parking (Welcome Lot) passes can only be used by Pickathon attendees who purchase a Weekend Ticket.
RV Power (add-on): Purchasing this option provides anyone staying in the Welcome Lot RV Parking one 125v 30amp RV outlet for the entire festival weekend (and Early Thursday Entry, if purchased). This power hook-up is only available to those who purchased an RV Parking (Welcome Lot) pass. Please note that we do not allow attendees to run personal generators due to the fire danger.