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Went to the festival with my 1 year old and 5 year old girls plus my 6 and 3 year old nephews (plus parents), camped in the family camping area. Had easy access to all the necessary (and very clean) facilities within the camping area.
Found it to be an excellent atmosphere for the family, the children's area was great, with lots to do...particularly liked the Unicorn Spotting Training Academy which awoke my elder daughters imagination.
The mix of nature based activities (woodland walks, swimming in the river, etc) and festival fun (best circus acts ever!) was just right and we also indulged in the hedonism of late nights once the kids were asleep (with a babysitter of course).
Kids under 12 are free, unless you book in the family area. the inlaws camped in general camping, which was a longer walk from the festival itself but still manageble.
Would recommend either bringing or renting a trailer!
Would recommend to anyone!Read moreLess
"Eclectic, friendly music festivals, stunning setting…"
We've twice been to Wilderness with children (though just DD and me 6 months pregnant with DS the first time) and had a wonderful time.
Stunning lakeside setting, great family camping with decent clean loos, not too crowed, lacks the hype and scale of Glastonbury but more than makes up for it with a laid back vibe and lots of organised fun for the little ones.
My one gripe would be the festival food - good quality but typically overpriced with enormous queues so took a while to get served so take plenty of snacks for everyoneRead moreLess