Is this event family friendly?
100%! The event is all-ages. Children 12 and up count as an adult and will take up their own ticket for your pod capacity.
What Covid safety measures are in place to ensure everyone’s safety?
This event is podded and socially distanced for your safety. Masks are encouraged when not in your pod. Please respect social distancing when picnicking and visiting concessions.
More on COVID Protocols
Is there parking available if I’m not camping?
Yes, the parking is nearby and you will be directed to a spot.
Arriving & Parking
Entry is located just via the main entrance to Woodlands Nature Reserve at 4279 Ashley River Road, Charleston, SC 29414. You will be directed to the event/parking area.
What is the age limit for access to the concert?
Greensky Bluegrass is an all-ages concert. Kids 12 and up will count as an adult and occupy a space of the pod’s capacity.
Is there a Lyft / Uber drop-off and pick up?
Yes. We recommend scheduling pick up / drop off times with Lyft and/or Uber in advance for a quicker exit.
Are dogs allowed?
No. Due to the nature of larger ticketed events, dogs are not permitted in either the concert area or campsites.
Can I park my car or teardrop at my campsite?
Yes, you will camp next to your car and you may use a small teardrop trailer if you are sleeping inside (or on top of) the trailer
Where is the camping?
Campsites are in either designated wooded or lakefront areas. The camping is across Observation Lake from the concert venue and is about a 10 minute walk or less.
Are there Vendors/concessions/ food for sale during the concert?
Yes. There will be food truck and beverage sales onsite.
Are coolers allowed?
Coolers are not permitted at the concert venue or in your pod. There will be food and refreshments for sale. You may bring and use coolers in your campsite if you are camping.
Can people who are in the same pod arrive separately?
Yes, we need all names separated and a emailed to
Can people who camp together arrive separately?
Yes, we need arrival info and names sent to
Can people use event camping without getting a ticket to the concert?
No. An event ticket is needed in order to camp either night. Each ticketed/camping person will receive a wristband.
What time can I arrive to set up camp?
Camping guests may arrive from 12pm on the day of the show.
What time does the concert start?
Gates open at 5pm and concert starts at 7pm
What time does the music stop?
The show will end at approximately 10:30pm.
Do I have to line up for their pods on first come first served or are they assigned?
Yes. Pod ticket holders will line up for their pods and be shown/escorted to their pod.
If I have tickets to the concert only one night, can I camp both nights?
Yes, but you will not be admitted to the concert area without a concert ticket on the second night and you will not be camped close enough to the concert area to hear the music. If you intend on camping and enjoying the show, please purchase your event tickets.
Can I pay for camping day-of?
Yes, you may pay for camping at the gate with cash or card.
Can guests bring kayaks and paddleboards?
Yes, if you are camping you can bring non-motorized watercraft. Please note: There is no fishing on the Reserve.
What kind of bathrooms are available at Greensky Bluegrass?
Portable bathrooms and a handwashing station will be available. Tier 1 ticket holders have access to the bathroom trailer facilities.
Will there be food and drinks available?
Yes, food and beverages will be on sale at both shows.
What is NOT ALLOWED at Greensky Bluegrass?
Glass in any form
Weapons of any type
What IS ALLOWED at Greensky Bluegrass?
Chairs, blankets and cushions
Wheelchairs & Walking Canes
Refillable water bottles
The most recent guidance from Governor Henry McMaster and the State of South Carolina regarding the Shelter in Place directive is that hotel and lodging properties are considered essential businesses and, therefore, are exempt from this order and may remain open. Please be aware of any coronavirus (COVID-19) travel advisories and review updates from the World Health Organization (WHO).
With that in mind, and with the utmost caution for the wellbeing of our staff and guests, The Woodlands Nature Reserve and Zun Hospitality are taking extraordinary measures to keep everyone as safe as possible. Some of the measures we are taking include:
Significantly increasing our housekeeping and groundskeeping standards.
Increasing the frequency of our routine cleaning and sanitizing of all common areas including the restrooms.
We are accepting a limited number of reservations and have implemented a 72-hour buffer between bookings or occupancy in any accommodation.
Implemented social spacing guidance throughout the property.
The enjoyment of nature by our guests and the safety of everyone who visits the nature reserve have always been our top priority. We will continue to monitor the situation by staying in close contact with the Dorchester County, South Carolina Department of Health & Environmental Control, and the CDC. We will continue to make informed decisions based on best practices and factual updates from trusted sources.
Here at The Woodlands Nature Reserve, we have always been dedicated to providing an opportunity for our guests to relax and unwind in the remarkable beauty of the nature that surrounds us. Our commitment has not wavered. Perhaps now, more than ever, nature can provide an important and much needed respite. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions. We stand firm in our belief that we’ll all get through this together, and we will continue to monitor the situation and update our policies accordingly.