Where do I...
Your registration includes a tent (or hammock) camping spot for the weekend and most our attendees will use them. There are limited power outlets and water spigots in the tent camping area and spaces go first come, first served. In other words, get here early to get the best spot.
We typically have a few more experienced campers there so if you are new to this, we can help you out.
Not into roughing it? No worries. TCC has a bunkhouse with 8 twin beds and 4 queen beds. You will need to provide your own bedding for the weekend but it is heated and cooled and each bed has it's own light and plug. Beds will be reserved on a first registered, first claimed basis so don’t wait. The bunkhouse twin and queen beds have an additional cost.
If you have an RV or travel trailer, we have a spot for you. We have three spots which have electrical hookups (no sewage and limited water). The RV spots are an additional $25 for the weekend.
Hotels / Motels
If you want to attend Woofstock but really do not like sleeping in nature, two motels are located in Cameron, Texas, about 7 minutes from the landsite.
• Choice Hotels' Quality Inn (starting at $70 per night)
• Budget Host (starting at $109 per night)
Also, the city of Rockdale is about 20-25 minutes away and has other sleeping options.
Pitching a Tent
TCC has several tent camping areas, but these are not designated spots like you might see at a state park. You just pick your own spot and set up your tent.
There is limited parking in the camping areas so we ask that you unload your car then move it to the parking area to give others space to camp.
There are limited power outlets and water faucets in the camping areas. Everyone has a phone that needs to be charged so there will need to be a lot of sharing. Do not count on having access to power the whole weekend (battery powered fans & lanterns will be a plus).
It’s a fun weekend and there will be activity almost 24/7. But we ask that you be respectful of your other pups. From 11:00 PM to 8:00 AM, we ask that you keep the noise down in the camping areas. There are plenty of other places to be loud and play.
We also ask that you not play loud music during the event to allow everyone to enjoy the natural setting.