As you're wandering around, make sure to explore Big Art, a handful of larger-than-life art installations and exhibits. Many of them are interactive and they're scattered throughout the grounds.
Smoke up and connect
Take a break from the scene and meet new people at the hookah lounge, a popular place to connect and relax.
Dig into the food scene
With some of the country’s best food trucks and vendors at your disposal, it's safe to say you won't go hungry. These trucks offer a wide range of foods suitable for most dietary preferences. Dig in!
It’s hard to miss and hard to resist, but the splash pool has quickly become a signature of WTF. Dress accordingly.
Most people drive, as the festival draws heavily from the Pacific Northwest. Portland is a two-hour drive and likely your best bet if you’re flying and then renting a car. Heads up: This is strictly an 18 and older festival, and there are no single-day passes, so you’re looking at three days of camping or not at all.