Black Deer Festival Accessibility Information

The information on this page is available as a PDF download, here.
Black Deer aim to cater for all access needs to ensure everyone has an enjoyable time at the festival.


The festival is held on a green field site with flat and undulating areas throughout. As with most outdoor sites the terrain can be uneven in places.


Black Deer Festival offers several facilities and services onsite including:
– Dedicated Accessible Campsite – Close to accessible carpark and arena entrance
– Dedicated Accessible Car Park
– Accessible viewing areas – Capacity is limited and at busy times those able to stand may be asked to make way for those unable to
– Wheelchair charging
– Refrigerated medicine storage
– 24-hour Medical & Welfare Centre
– Accessible Toilets – Located across the festival
– Accessible Shower Rooms – Located within the accessible campsite
– Lowered counters and large print menus at the main bars.
Assistance Dogs are welcome onsite.
Unfortunately, we do not have BSL / Sign Language interpreters at the festival.


We offer Free Carer / Personal Assistance tickets with the purchase of a festival entry ticket (Day or Weekend).
Applications for accessible services have now closed. Please contact if you have any enquiries.


Dedicated Accessible Parking is free for all those that have pre-registered or arrive on the day with a Blue Badge. It is located close to the Accessible Camping field and Arena Entrance.
Customers registered for Accessible Car Parking or Accessible Camping (including those in a live in) should enter the festival via Red Gate.
Customers confirmed for accessible parking will have their parking tickets emailed to them before arrival to site.


A dedicated Accessible Campsite is located close to the Accessible Carpark and Arena Entrance.
Spaces in the Accessible Campsite are limited, and you must purchase specific camping tickets for this area here.
The Accessibility team are based in this campsite and will be able to assist if required. If you are bringing a live-in vehicle (including caravan) into the Accessible Campsite you will need to purchase a live-in vehicle pass (1 per vehicle), here.
If you require electric hook-up this is an additional purchase and can be selected when purchasing your live-in vehicle pass.


You can contact the access team via email:


Applications for accessible services have now closed. Please contact if you have any enquiries.