Camping Tips For Coachella Camping and Festival

Isabel Tandoyog By Isabel Tandoyog, 24th Feb 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/kh6ci94v/
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This are some tips to consider when you are planning to join the Coachella camping of festival.

Introduction

Coachella Camping or Coachella Festival is held at the Empire Polo Fields in Indio, California, in the Inland Empire’s Coachella Valley to be exact. There are many facilities in the camp ground that makes camping a lot easier for some, like for instance the karaoke lounge, the general store and shower stands. There are also some beneficial features such as parking your car next to your tent and camping spots for your recreational vehicle or camper van. Keep also in mind that the city of Indio is part of the Colorado Desert so expect a desert setting wherein during the daytime the temperature can rise to over one hundred degrees Fahrenheit and the temperature drastically drops after the sunset. So here are some camping information to survive Coachella camping.

Be prepared and make a plan.

Be prepared and make a plan. Preparation is always the key for a having a worry free experience. Think in advance the things you would need like for example your change of clothing, food stock and expenses. There is no time to be uncertain when you know you are well prepared. Make a plan of the activities you are going to do during that event, make a schedule and as much as possible follow that schedule so that you would enjoy what the festival has to offer.

Change as the weather does.

Change as the weather does, it means that like the weather changes unpredictably you should also be flexible in adapting to every situation. You cannot control other people but you can sure control yourself. Do not expect because if you do, you would only be disappointed. Try to be open minded at all times and accept that not everybody have the same characteristics as you.

Be kind to yourself.

Be kind to yourself. If you feel like the element of the desert is getting into you, take a break, take a nap and remember to drink water. You cannot enjoy if you are sick, so make it a habit to listen to your body’s signal. You can party all night or all day if you want to but make sure that when your body says stop, you have to stop. You only have one body and it is your duty to take care of it.

Be careful of your belongings.

Be careful of your belongings. Make sure you put them in a safe place. Do not flaunt them because it would only attract would be robbers and thieves. There would be many people in there so be extra careful, carry your cash near your body and make sure your car is parked in a safe area. Carry also a small bag where you can put your essential things such as water, sun protect lotion, lip balm, sunglasses, camera and cell phone.

Sources

http://www.metrowize.com/coachella-survival-guide
http://www.yelp.com/topic/los-angeles-coachella-camping-tips
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coachella_Valley_Music_and_Arts_Festival

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author avatar Denise O
24th Feb 2011 (#)

Just wonderful tips for all that are going camping. The festival sounds like it is a lot of fun. Well written.
Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
24th Feb 2011 (#)

My local radio station, here in Alberta often takes a group of people down to Coachella music festival.. good tips.
Please make improvements as suggested in the publication notes I have sent you

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author avatar Jerry Walch
24th Feb 2011 (#)

I haven't been to Indio in years so this brought back many good memories

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author avatar Isabel Tandoyog
25th Feb 2011 (#)

Thank You all for your comments...

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author avatar muthusamy
26th Feb 2011 (#)

Very useful information. Thank you for the share

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