Kingsville Area Accommodations: KINGSVILLE Accommodation Guide.pdf

Leamington Area Accommodations


Lakeside Park, 315 Queen Street, Kingsville, On 

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There are free Municipal Parking Lots within walking distance

to Lakeside Park.  Volunteers will direct you and offer assistance.

What Should I Bring?

.Casual clothing AND rain gear

.Practical footwear

.Sunscreen, bug spray and any other supplies you need

.Something to sit on–tarp, blanket or chair

What Should I NOT Bring?

.Pets (sorry, we love them too, but no pets on the premises)

.Alcohol or drugs (beer and wine are sold on site)

.Glass containers (exception baby food and bottles)

.Video or audio recording equipment

Can I bring my own food and drinks?

Yes, you can bring in your own food and non-alcoholic beverages.

There will also be many tasty options at our varied concession vendors

that should satisfy many tastes and dietary needs. 

Free water stations will be located around the site so bring a refillable bottle!

Note: Bag check in effect: checking for alcohol, drugs or glass (baby food & bottles permitted).

When is the Music On?

Friday 5:00 PM to  11:00 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM
Sunday:  11:00 AM to 10:30 PM

How do I know what’s on when?

Program books will be available when you come to the gate, with complete schedules, site map, performer bios and lots of great information about what’s going on over the weekend. You’ll want to keep your program book as a souvenir of your festival experience and be sure to get it autographed by the performers.

What On-site Services are Provided?

Bike lock-up, family area, food and beverage concessions, wine and beer sales, artisan village, performer merchandise and memorabilia sales, lost & found, first aid, washrooms, free drinking water, recycling. See Festival program book for complete information about services and site locations.

Wheelchair  and additional needs : - Look for the Blue Tarps!

Volunteers can assist your ability to move around the site and a special seating area - blue tarp areas -  at all stages is available.  The Folk Festival has a complete program to accommodate patrons with physical challenges. Please let us know in advance at

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Be a Good Neighbour

Rules, Safety and Etiquette – Good Neighbour Guidelines

In order to ensure the best possible experience for everyone involved, please be aware of our good neighbour policies. This is a very friendly Festival where strangers respect each other’s needs during the Festival weekend. Most of these Good Neighbour Guidelines boil down to common sense and courtesy – Please be considerate to everyone around you

.Don’t Block the View
Please be aware of chair heights and try not to block the view of the folks behind you. No tents or lean-tos.  Stay seated or dance in designated areas.

.Consider your neighbour’s listening experience
Turn off your cell phone and don’t talk during performances. Most folks want to hear the music, not their neighbouring tarp’s latest news.  If you absolutely need to talk –
including on your cell phone – please keep it quiet so others can enjoy the tunes, or better yet, move to the non-listening areas.

.No Smoking
Smoking is not permitted anywhere within Lakeside Park. The Health Department will be on site to enforce.

.Pitch in
Put your compostables, recyclables and garbage in appropriate bins provided.. Help us keep Lakeside Park clean!

.Know Where Your Kids Are
Do not leave children unattended; keep your kids with you after sundown; direct lost kids to the closest stage so that we can make an announcement.