Campground Activities


Biking is a fun and convenient way to explore LOCKN’. Visit Wheelhouse in the Love Triangle to explore miles of trails on the Farm. So grab your bike (and helmet) and get the endorphins flowing on some of the best private trails in Virginia. Trails are open 10am-6pm on Thursday and 8am-6pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.


WaterLOCKN’ is the outreach ministry of Trinity Episcopal Church, very near Infinity Downs. Festival goers enjoy an hour-long swim at an exclusive location on the Tye River, Nelson’s own natural treasure, minutes from the showfield. Enjoy an A/C-rich ride courtesy of our volunteer-led van shuttle. Trips are hourly and run like clockwork so you don’t miss a LOCKN’ thing.

Reserve your ride online now and follow WaterLOCKN’ on Facebook. Proceeds from past WaterLOCKN’ events have supported children and families in Nelson County and internationally through funding for clean wells and teacher training in Haiti.

Yoga in the Forest

Start your morning off right in Garcia’s Forest on Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 9am to 10am with Vinyasa Yoga presented by
Opal Yoga and set to an eclectic mix of music thrown down by a live deejay. Experience the difference in your body while you flow through creative yoga sequencing designed to help you stretch, refresh, fortify and be ready for a full day of music, dancing and revelry.

This is a multi-level class; teachers will offer modifications to make the flow accessible to most bodies and levels of experience. Please bring your yoga mat, a towel and water to drink!


SoberLOCKN’ is a community of music fans who choose to remain clean and sober at LOCKN’. We are not affiliated with AA, NA, nor any musical act. We have no opinion on the issue of drugs or alcohol and neither condemn nor condone them. Our simple purpose is to provide support and information to those who seek the comfort and camaraderie of other clean and sober people at LOCKN’. The only requirement is a desire to stay drug and alcohol free at the festival. Though we consist mostly of people in recovery from alcoholism and addiction, SoberLOCKN’ exists for anyone wishing to stay clean and sober and those seeking serenity and fellowship at the festival.

Daily meetings are at 9am in Sober Camping, and at noon, 4pm, 7pm and 11pm (not Sunday) at the SoberLOCKN’ tent.