Several accommodation choices are available allowing you to spend some memorable rock and roll nights at Paléo. In addition to the traditional free campsite, the Festival is also proposing a camper van area with improved services (tariffs apply for all camper vans), as well as the Camping Pal'Asse (various tariffs depending on the choice of your picturesque temporary home).

Campsite (free)

What would Paléo be without its legendary Camping? For those who would like to take the Festival experience to its ultimate level, the campsite is open from midday on Monday 22 July until midday on Monday 29 July. Access is limited to Festival ticket and pass holders.

On presentation of your valid ticket or pass, you will receive a bracelet from the “Contremarques” window (at the “Accueil” area and at the Robinson) giving you access to the Campsite for the whole week. The bracelet for the 6-day passes is also valid as an access pass to the Camping. It is advised to set up your tent before to chug down your beer.

Children and young people under the age of 16 who are not accompanied by an adult are not admitted to the campsite.

Please note that all camping material must be installed in the campsite only. Tents and caravans are not tolerated outside the campsite (car parks for example).

Services

  • Toilets/showers cold water (8a.m. to 8p.m.)
  • Warm showers (CHF 4.- or CHF 16.- for 5 showers, 8a.m. to 8p.m.)
  • Left-luggage counter (CHF 3.-)
  • Smartphone recharge (CHF 1.-)
  • Non alcoholic drinks available (24h/24) + bar
  • Bakery + grocery store
  • Firewood is distributed free of charge near the three communal fires, from Tuesday to Saturday, from 10.30 a.m. to midday.
  • Play area for young and old
  • Massage and wellness area (“Espace Evasion”)

Assistance, security and safety

  • Reception centre 24h/24h
  • First-aid 24h/24h
  • Assistance and someone to talk to are also available at the “Autour de Minuit” stall
  • The emergency phone number of the Festival's central security office is: +41 22 365 11 11

Forbidden

  • The installation of makeshift camping structures measuring more than 3 metres in height
  • Use of couches and other living-room furniture
  • Vehicles
  • Drugs
  • Animals
  • Any kind of pyrotechnic equipment
  • More infos: "Health & Safety"

Rubbish and environment

The Festival has adopted a policy based on individual responsibility in the area of environmental protection.

  • Please play your part by sorting glass, PET bottles and cans. The Ecopoint on the campsite can provide you with bags/bin-liners for sorting, and will also be the point where you can bring back your waste.
  • Be green! When leaving the campsite, we kindly ask all campers to leave their space free of all litter in order to help our volunteers for the final clean-up. Thank You!

La Pl'Asse

Halfway house between the Festival proper and the campsite, la Pl’Asse is a festive area open to the public every day. In addition to craft and food stalls, it offers a variety of forms of entertainment. It is open everyday from 11 a.m. to 4 a.m. the following morning.

Pal'Asse Campsite (charged)

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Opening hours

  • Open from Monday 22 July at midday until Monday 29 July at midday
  • 24/24h

Terms and prices

  • Tariffs depending on the choice of your home. Infos on Podpads.com.
  • Access is limited to Festival ticket and pass holders
  • Only available for a 7-day stay (Monday to Monday)
  • Children and young people under the age of 16 who are not accompanied by an adult are not admitted

Services

  • Preinstalled structures
  • Warm showers
  • Real beds, real mattresses
  • Free phone charging facilities
  • Wi-fi zone

Assistance, security and safety

  • Reception centre
  • First-aid

Forbidden

  • The installation of other camping structures
  • Vehicles
  • Drugs
  • Animals
  • Any kind of pyrotechnic equipment
  • More infos: "Health & Safety"
Camper vans (charged)

The pitches for Paléo 2019 are available!

Buy a pitch straight from the reception area (Robinson) of the camper vans entrance.
For questions, the Robinson is available on +41 22 365 10 09.

Are you the happy owner of a caravan, mobile home or similar vehicle? Then install your car in the specially designed caravan area, with improved services, including a reception area and a waste water disposal zone. Two types of pitches will be on offer: one with a connexion to the electrical network, the other without. You can buy a pitch for the whole week only.

Opening hours

  • Open from midday on Monday 22 July until midday on Monday 29 July
  • Access from 9h to 21h (except on Monday 22 July: 12h to 21h)

Prices

  • With electricity: CHF 120.- for the whole week
  • Without electricity: CHF 60.- for the whole week

Services

  • A pitch measuring 5,5m x 7m
  • As an option: electricity (on average 350W available per vehicle)
  • Area for waste water disposal and drinking water outlet for refills
  • WC nearby
  • Free cold showers
  • Hot showers (CHF 4.- or CHF 16.- for 5 showers)
  • Reception and installation service for camping-cars, help and breakdown service in case of bad weather (mud)

Terms

  • Access is limited to Festival ticket and pass holders
  • Bookings available only for full seven days (from Monday to Monday)
  • Access from age of 16 years (unless accompanied by responsible adult)

Only dormer vehicles will be allowed into this area. Cars, station wagons, commercial vans and any other vehicles not intended for use as accommodation, will not be admitted. Vehicles that are considered to present a risk in terms of safety or hygiene will also be excluded. Cars pulling caravans must leave once they have deposited the caravan. At the checkpoint, situated at the entrance to this area, a pass will be issued to those vehicles qualifying for access to the zone, in order to make it easier to manage this area of the campsite and also to improve your comfort.

Hotels and campsites

The area close to the Festival possess a small hotel infrastructure, often overbooked during the Festival. Favour the Festival's free camp site or those (not free of charge) of Rolle, Morges or Lausanne. If camping is not your strong suit, there are always hotels in Geneva, Morges or Lausanne. Public transports are available for all of these locations.

For information on hotels of the area and discover their tourist offers, visit the following websites: