Blue Ox Music Festival
Blue Ox Music Festival

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Blue Ox Music Festival
Blue Ox Music Festival

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Blue Ox Music Festival
Blue Ox Music Festival

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Blue Ox Music Festival
Blue Ox Music Festival

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Not all camping sections are open for every Pines event. 

Blue Ox Music Festival has it's own map that you can view HERE



You don't have to camp on-site to enjoy some live music outdoor music. You can stay at a nearby hotel or go back home after the show is done.


Kayak / Canoe the River
Kayak / Canoe the River

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9 Holes of Frisbee Golf
9 Holes of Frisbee Golf

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Tube down the Chippewa River
Tube down the Chippewa River

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Kayak / Canoe the River
Kayak / Canoe the River

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You're welcome to venture off the campground to explore the many things you can do outside in Eau Claire during the Summer.

Off-site Activities include:

On-site Activities include:

  • 9 holes of disc golfing (off-site courses include Tower Ridge, Mount Simon)

  • Explore the over 100 acres of grounds 

*Bring your own Kayak/canoe, water tube, discs, and bikes. We do not provide these. 







The Pines Venue & Camping FAQs


Can I camp in a tent in a reserved campsite?

Yes, tents are allowed. The main requirement is that you stay within the bounds of your reserved campsite.

What are the camping check-in hours?

Camping at The Pines opens 1 day before the event start date. Times vary based on event.

Can I have a fire at my campsite?

Yes. All fires must be contained within a metal or stone ring, limited quantities are available throughout the grounds. If you want to guarantee a fire ring you should bring your own.

Are RVs/pop-up campers allowed?

Yes, however you will need to purchase an RV/Camper campsite in either the Electric or Non-Electric designated area. For safety reasons, your RV will need to stay parked during the duration of the event.

Will a water fill or pumping service be available for my RV?

No. Water fill and pumping services are not available on-site during events at the Pines so please come prepared. Eau Claire Water Treatment, located about 5 minutes away, offers RV fills and waste disposal 7 days a week (7:00 AM - 2:30 PM). *Blue Ox Music Festival offers water fills on-site for an additional charge.

What tools should I bring with for leveling my RV or camper?

Please come prepared for uneven ground for camping at the Pines. Some helpful tools for leveling your RV or camper iclude jacks, a shovel, and leveling blocks of 2x6 or larger lumber.

How many people can camp at my reserved campsite?

Each reserved campsite is limited to a maximum of 6 people.


Are pets allowed?

No, we're sorry, but for the safety of your pet and other attendees, pets are NOT allowed anywhere at The Pines, including the campground and cocnert area. Qualified service animals are allowed.

Is smoking allowed?

Although smoking is allowed, please be considerate of your neighbors and when children are present.

Is outside food and beverage allowed?


Food and beverage can be brought to your campsite.

*Please see individual events for policies on bringing in carry-in food and beverage into the concert area.

What is allowed and prohibited?

The Pines is an outdoor music venue. Events here are rain or shine. Suggested items to bring into the concert bowl area include: a jacket, sunscreen, bug spray, appropriate walking shoes and an empty container to fill up with water. Small shade tents 4 ft and under, blankets and chairs are allowed but must be removed at the end of the day. The Pines is not liable for any items left behind. NO Pets (even small ones) NO Glass NO Kegs, tiki torches, fireworks or drones NO Firearms of any kind with or without a permit NO Golf carts, power scooters, dirt bikes or ATVs on-site.

How much is daily parking?

Parking on-site in one of our designated areas is complimentary for all event ticket holders.


What if I lost my ticket?

If you lose your ticket, we are able to redeem it through our system at the gates by mannually looking up your name. If the ticket was won in a contest, promotion, given to you for free or purchased through a third party website, we will not be able to look it up and redeem it and you will need to purchase a new ticket (based on availability).

How do I transfer my ticket to someone else?

The only way to ensure you have genuine tickets to events at the Pines Music Park is to purchase them directly from our websites. If you purchase tickets from an unauthorized agent in the secondary market (scalper, ticket broker, eBay, Craigslist, etc.) you risk purchasing counterfeit or invalid tickets. If you do purchase tickets through a 3rd party or wish to sell your tickets, we ask that you take the proper precautions to avoid getting scammed. VIEW TICKET TRANSFER INSTRUCTIONS HERE 1. DO NOT ACCEPT PRINTED TICKETS OR EMAILED PDF DOCUMENTS. These can be replicated and sent to anyone. 2. Use only purchase protected payment methods such as PayPal and make sure you send payment for goods or services, so purchase protection is in effect. MANY SCAMMERS WILL ASK YOU TO PAY A CERTAIN WAY TO AVOID THESE OFFICIAL SERVICES SO THEY CAN KEEP YOUR MONEY. You may need to clear it with the ticket seller first, as these payment methods do charge the seller a small fee, well worth the insurance though when purchasing from an unknown individual. 3. ONLY ACCEPT TICKETS THAT HAVE BEEN OFFICIALLY TRANSFERRED THROUGH THE PINES MUSIC PARK TICKETING PAGE! Each event at the Pines has it's own ticketing page. To access the ticketing page, make sure to go to the event's landing page and select the 'BUY NOW' button for tickets/campsites. This is the only way to ensure that you have a real ticket. Instructions on how to properly transfer tickets can be found in our Ticket Transfer PDF file. When using the transfer process, tickets will be moved from the seller’s Pines Music Park/Blue Ox Festival account to the buyer’s Pines Music Park ticketing account.