Oh, and I had to ask. What’s with the “no liquor only beer that we sell” thing we’ve heard about? Turns out, it’s for real. “King County Park regulation – no outside alcohol. We’re selling beer and wine,” Phil said briefly. But he was quick to point out that Carnation is a 1/2-3/4 mile walk away from the campgrounds, so if you need a shot, take a hike.
Here’s what Phil had to share about the food sitch at Timber and a list of trucks (with his opinions attached, free of charge):
“Campers are more than welcome to pack in some food for the weekend. Guests are welcome to use designated cooking and campfire areas to prepare their own meals. Sadly, no open flames (camp stoves, personal campfires, etc.) are permitted in General or Quiet Camping areas at the Festival,” Phil explains. “Premium and Drive-In Camping sites all have their own designated fire pits/campfire areas and guests are welcome to cook whatever they like there.
Breakfast Specials – The folks from Athena’s will be offering up breakfast specials on Saturday and Sunday morning near Timber! General Store
Remember Madam K’s in Ballard? Hell yeah you do. Betcha miss it too. This is the same great pie. A short walk from the campground.
We’ll be hosting a Sunday Brunch here after the Festival is done. Dr. Slide is the owner of this joint. He makes meatball sliders, sausage, and peppers. We’re told he also makes a great breakfast burrito that will be on sale Sunday morning. He is also the best slide guitar player I’ve ever played with. We’ll be putting some secret stuff on his stage Sunday morning. He’ll probably join in.
A short walk from the park – anything and everything you need. They’ll make you a custom sandwich that is pretty solid for the price.”
Tickets are still (miraculously) available. Get yours at http://bit.ly/timbertickets