Turns out my negative review was outdated. I stayed there in 2001, and they have apparently done a lot of expanding and renovations. Actual grass now! I'm staying there myself. Hope I didn't dissuade you.
Post by 4got2breathe on Mar 22, 2008 22:55:01 GMT -8
Ther is only 4 day tickets but if you figure that it would cost you 40 bucks a night (+ ticketmaster service charges) it's a much better deal. I had some friends stay there last year and they say that the shuttle was runnin' all the time and it took about as long as it takes to walk there from the gorge campground.
Not sure if we are arriving late Friday night or early Saturday though... Don't really want to fight the holiday traffic out of PDX on Friday night,as fun as it would be to get there early and party.
I was debating for a while on if I was going to get premiere camping or stay at WH, but when premiere sold out, it became a no brainer. all teh benifits of premiere and friday night is free? sign me up!
Post by know ID yuh on May 13, 2008 19:53:04 GMT -8
I don't recall ever wandering upon a cool party in premier camping, nor do I imagine ever wandering upon a cool party at Wildhorse. In fact, out of all of the times I have been to the Gorge, I always wondered why there was a fenced in area closer to the venue filled with dark cars and dark tents. I assumed those spots were reserved for the employees who are not there to have a good time. I never assumed there were a bunch of middle aged folk trying to sleep at midnight in those dark tents and cars.
Wildhorse is a no brainer once premier sold out? Are you being serious? You are no longer invited to our "main campground" party.
And showers? Are there showers at the top of mountains? Are there showers in the middle of a forest? Do you all really avoid camping unless it is more like home? Last I heard, camping and rugged go hand in hand, and camping usually equals partying really really hard, regardless of the amenities that home provides.