Texas Ren Fest

The Fields of New Market Campground


 Camping at the Texas Renaissance Festival


Welcome to the Fields of New Market!                    

Whether you are a RV enthusiast, enjoy the comforts of a trailer, or prefer tent camping, the Fields of New Market’s first-rate accommodations, amenities and activities provide the setting for a fun family outing that is also easy on the wallet. The Fields of New Market Campground has everything you need to make camping memories with family and friends.  Whether it is the communal bonfire, fire performers, clan encampments or, of course, the Texas Renaissance Festival you’ll notice that fun is the main attraction! Great memories last a lifetime; so the King and Queen invite your family to make some new ones at the Fields of New Market Campground . . . Where You Camp with Friends! 


Hours: The campground is open from 12 p.m. (noon) on Friday until 12 p.m. (noon) on Monday every weekend the Festival is open.  Please be packed up and departed by noon so the grounds can be prepared for the following weekend. 

*CLOSING WEEKEND* The Festival will open the campgrounds beginning at 12 p.m. (noon) on Thursday, November 27th and will remain open until 12 p.m. (noon) on Monday, December 1st.    

Camping Rules of the Realm for Camping Guests

Location:  The 200+ acre camping area is located on the west side of the parking lots. Entry into the campgrounds is only on CR302. Turn west off of  FM1774 by the Valero gas station.
The patron’s campground is divided into two sections: Quiet and Main. The Quiet area is along the road from the campgrounds entrance on CR302. The Main area is the South campground, plus rows 1-24. Rows 1-5 are available for  campers to use for parking for the Festival, with row 1 being reserved for Handicapped parking only.
All camping is on a first-come first-serve basis. Spaces are not marked and are not allowed to be roped off or reserved in any way. You may park and camp anywhere you like within the designated areas. Please do not camp within 30 feet of the tree line for safety and security access.

Cost:  There is a $ 20.00 Charge per vehicle to camp.  You must have a ticket to the Festival to enter, they are available at the gate.  CASH or CREDIT ONLY.

Fires: The Todd Mission Volunteer Fire Department regularly patrons the campgrounds and will supervise and light the community Bonfire in the general camping area, weather permitting. TRF allows fires in enclosed containers like BBQs, fire pits, barrels, chimineas, open flame heating devices or liquid-fueled devices. Individual fires must NOT be started in or on the ground.

Noise Restrictions: In the Quiet Campgrounds, ALL NOISE (music, generators, loud voices) shall cease at 10 PM.
In the general camping, all amplified sound shall be limited to 85 Db at 10 feet, and shall cease at Midnight. Please note that generators, vehicles and musical instruments are not “amplified”. If you need to run a generator all night for medical or comfort reasons, please be sensitive to your neighbors.

Convenience Supplies: There are two (2) convenience stores open from 7am to Midnight in the campground. Ice, drinks, snacks, beer, and camping necessities are available.

Shower House: The showers in the campgrounds are available for a fee of $5 and have hot water and a full time attendant. A grooming room is also available.  Body wash and towels are avaliable for an additonal cost.  Also new this year is a grooming room. This room is a new add on that has electrical outlets, mirrors and sinks. Please note the showers are open at the following times:

Fridays 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Saturdays 7:00am - 10:00pm
Sundays 7:00am - 1:00pm
Thanksgiving Weekend  
Thursday 11/27 CLOSED
Friday 11/28 7:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday 11/29 7:00am - 10:00pm
Sunday 11/30 7:00am - 1:00pm

**Hours are subject to change based upon need**

Food:  Hot food is available across from the Bonfire. Beer and wine is also available.

Facilities:   Porta- Potties are available throughout the campgrounds and flush restrooms next to the Quickie Mart by the entrance.  No electric hookups are available. Water stations are available along the main road near the entrance. RV dump service is available for a fee along the main road as you exit.

Pets:   For safety, pets are not allowed.  ADA certified service animals are welcome. Companion animals and therapy animals are not considered service animals.

Garbage:  Dumpsters are available to use along the main roads.

Security:  The grounds are patrolled by officers at all times.  If you need security,
call 936-727-1800.

Hours:  The Campground is open from 10:00 AM on Friday (Thursday on closing weekend) and closes at Noon on Monday.  

Weapons:  We do not allow concealed weapons on Festival grounds.  Any swords, rapiers, edged or pointed blades worn as part of your costume MUST BE SHEATHED AND PEACE TIED.  You can secure them with leather straps or zip ties.  




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By Order of the King:  Please Drink Responsibly!

We have been willing to work with any transportation company that can give patrons a ride to or from the festival to ensure the safety of our patrons and others. We work with the two hotels in Magnolia and La Torreta to offer a shuttle to and from the festival for anyone staying at those accommodations.  But what about those who drink too much but drove to the festival if they don’t have a designated driver or everyone else in their party is intoxicated? This year we are proud to announce a partnership with taxi services!  Patrons can choose to set their transportation needs in advance by contacting these partners or anyone at the information booth or security will call if requested.