Terrapin Hill Farm is a working FARM (hence the name). There are rolling hills, creeks, trees, etc... all the kinds of things you would expect to find in the central Kentucky countryside. While it makes a beautiful setting for a music festival, we are aware that it may bring up some concerns for those who need assistance getting around. We strive to make the venue accessible to all, and we hope that the following descriptions are helpful.
- the surface is mostly grass, dirt roads and paths (fairly smooth and well packed, unless there is rain), some parts of roads are covered with gravel; the area in front of the Terrapin stage is flat and fine gravel (a former horseback riding arena).
- there are wheelchair accessible portable toilets near the stage/vending areas.
- there are plenty of level camping spots in the main campground. There is a hill to get to the stages, but no steps.
- the chapel stage seating is all grass, most of which is a slight incline down to the stage; the Terrapin stage is on a level arena and behind that is a fairly steep grass-covered hill. There is some shade at the chapel stage in late afternoon (when most music takes place on that stage); there is not much shade at the main stage but the music usually does not start there until evening.
- there is a fairly smooth dirt road that runs between both stages, to the pavilion, showers, and through the vending area.
- there are hot showers that are wheelchair accessible.
- if you need to park and camp close to the stages just ask our security team for assistance and they'll help you find a spot.