Are you headed to Jeffersonville, IN May 23rd for the Abbey Road on the River music festival? Beatles and Britpop fans will come from all over the globe to be there and with good reason. This year’s fest is extra special as it’s been 50 years since Woodstock and The Beatles first released their Abbey Road album.
About 20,000 guests have already booked out the big hotels; but if you want to get the best music festival experience, you should do it in true Woodstock fashion and campout. Only five minutes from the Big Four Station where the festival will be held, is the Louisville North Campground. It’s the ideal base to keep you close to all the festival activities on all five days. If you want to camp out somewhere a bit more rustic, Charleston State Park is a quick 22-minute drive from the concert grounds.
Whichever campsite you choose, you’ll find that you’ll have access to amenities such as a camp kitchen, snack bar, and bathroom facilities. However, so will the many thousands of people who are camping in the area and also attending the music festival.
Thousands of people from all over the world will be using the amenities and facilities. Hotels, campsites, and any other establishment will likely be short-staffed and scrambling to meet all their guests’ needs. It means facilities aren’t getting serviced as frequently as they should and there are probably long lines everywhere.
Skip the Lines and Reach for Your Portable Lavatory System Instead
Don’t torture yourself by battling it out with the rest of the concert attendees. Skip the lines at the concert grounds porta-potties and campsite restrooms and be thankful you planned by packing a portable lavatory system that comes complete with all your bathroom needs.
The Restop Personal Lavatory System includes a privacy shelter, commode, 5 – RS1s liquid waste bags and 10 – RS2 bags for solid & liquid waste, making it ideal for a getaway for a group of four or more.
You can step things up a notch by also bringing your very own shower. After a full day of dancing in the outdoors, expect to be sweaty and dusty. While campsites have shower facilities, they often produce dismal water pressure because they’re simply gravity showers that are hung overhead. Also, you typically have to pay a small fee to use them.
Complete your Restop Personal Lavatory System with the award-winning NEMO Helio Shower, a high-quality, innovative portable shower engineered to last. It rests on the ground and delivers the pressure you need. It’s powerful enough to not only wash the day’s grime away but also useful for cleaning your gear.