Frequently Asked Questions

There are basically no minimum vehicle requirements. We have routes for vehicles of most levels of preparedness, all that we ask is that your vehicle is street-legal and safe.

We do allow typical overland-size campers at basecamp.

Most definitely! Well-behaved dogs are always welcome at The Pilgrimage

Last year’s maps will be released when the trails open up in May, you will receive the current year’s maps in the weeks leading up to the event.

Registrants may come and go as they please. You are not required to stay on-site or arrive at any particular time. We only ask that you check in before heading out to the trails.

The Pilgrimage is a single 3-day long yearly event. You can come for a single day of The Pilgrimage if you like, however we do not offer a discounted day rate.

Yes! However you may only have your registered vehicle at the campsite. We have tow vehicle and trailer parking offsite. Please contact us for details.

Yes, Henderson’s Hideaway has been very accommodating in letting attendees stay longer than the Pilgrimage weekend. Please contact them for details.

Check-in will begin on Thursday evening, if you will be arriving before that, please contact us.

Your registration includes your single campsite and as many people as can legally fit in your vehicle. 

We have an excellent lineup of food vendors on-site throughout the weekend. The campground also makes breakfast and coffee in the morning.

We are also very close to a lot of excellent local dining establishments as well.

Campsites are primitive but there are multiple very clean porta-johns on site.

Fortunately, you’ve become part of one of the greatest communities out there and there is always someone to help. Join our Facebook group and poke around and ask questions or message us directly and we’ll be happy to help you get started! 


There are no water fill-up provisions on-site aside from the White River.

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