Well Stormin' The Castle is a Bike Rally, so camping is the method of accomodation, well, on site it's the only one catered for.
We don't have facilities for camper vans or caravans (except for marshals).
See the FAQ for information on Witton Castle's touring site, this facility is not part of Stormin'
For those who can't be bothered putting a tent up then Jake at Carry Nowt Camping provides a number of pre-erected tents,
Price is £65 per tent, including roll mats (but they will inflate customers own airbeds for free) contact 07760279905 to book or email HERE
Please note that this enterprise is not connected to Stormin' so all enquiries have to go to Carry Nowt.
You can find Carry Nowt On Facebook HERE
Great British Glamping is back by popular demand, please contact them directly with any enquiries.
NOTE : You still need to buy rally tickets form Stormin' and if you are not coming on a bike or trike but in a car then be aware that car permits are VERY VERY
limited, a glamping booking does not guarantee you one so get tickets/passes immediately you have booked and don't wait until the last minute or you may be disappointed
There will be an option to have current limited power in the tent this year, at additional cost, it will be sufficient to charge phones, led lights etc but it won't run heaters or any heavy current devices.
Although we're preaching to the choir, inexperienced rallyists should be aware that, at rallies you are expected to leave the site as if you were never there. Every year we are really chuffed that 99% of folk know the score. The site is pretty clear with folk bagging up their rubbish so it's easy for us to collect. Broken/Burst stuff being left in the Heras Cages we provide.
But for the benefit of the few who aren't aware, Stormin' is a bike rally, not a festival ! it is run by lifelong bikers who all volunteer to run the event, so please take all your crap home on Sunday or put it in the cages if you can't be arsed. This message is here due to feedback from Bikers who have approached us and weren't happy at the state a few people left their bit of the site in.
There are three fields you can camp in, see the Site Plan
Field 1 is flat and open, Fields 2 and 3 are more intimate camping among the trees.
There is a Catering Van in Field 1 and one between Fields 2 and 3