The Sasquatch camp ground is about the least family-friendly place. There are VIP options and very expensive premier camping options, and I can't speak for them but I imagine they're slightly better suited to families. But on the whole, I would recommend finding a hotel or a babysitter.
Don't listen to all that. Sasquatch is not the most family friendly festival we have been to (Cochella and High Sierra def have them beat in this regard) but...we brought our 1.5 yr old last year and she had a blast. Had premier camping and an RV- was awesome. No RV this year but premier camping for sure and we will be bringing our 2.5 yr old and 6 mo old. Hotel might be totally worth it. We will probably have a huge Tajmahal tent in Premier. Definitely buy and make your kid wear the baby noise reduction headphones, bring a backpack/ stroller, lots of healthy snacks and drinks (they do not question you about baby food), sunscreen, hats, etc and you will be good to go. Music and dancing is great for babies and toddlers and we were able to find a few other families with young kids to hang with. We mostly chilled on the lawn area stage left. Ya, there is some debauchery (e.g. a bunch of drugged 20 somethings) but whatever. You might have to call it an early night on occasion, but it is worth it. People who hate b/c you bring your kid to festivals are just bitter (and jealous since their parents were squares). Most other music festivals are very family friendly. This one is just behind the times.
Last Edit: Feb 15, 2011 15:28:31 GMT -8 by sierrakat