Parking
There is plenty of free visitor parking for 300+ cars. There is a separate parking area for vendors/artists/staff, beside the chapel. About 100 cars can fit in the vendor/artists parking lot.


Ticket Refunds
All ticket purchases are final. No refunds will be entertained. Please do not ask us for refunds.


Directions to the Venue (11134 Dorothy Lane, Frazier Park CA, 93225)

  • Driving from Los Angeles/SoCal area: Take the 405 North, which merges into I5 North. While driving through the grapevine mountains, take the Frazier Mountain Park Road exit and turn left, Frazier Park is the next town after Gorman. Drive about 15 miles and take a left on Darling Avenue. Drive half a mile and turn right on Steinhoff Road. Within a quarter mile turn left on a dirt road (You will see a sign for Mountain Pointe) and you will see the venue on the right. 
  • Driving from Northern California: Take the I5 South. About 45 miles south of Bakersfield, you will start driving up the grapevine mountains and will shortly thereafter see the Frazier Mountain Park Road exit.  Take the Frazier Mountain Park Road exit and turn right. Drive about 15 miles and take a left on Darling Avenue. Drive half a mile and turn right on Steinhoff Road. Within a quarter mile turn left on a dirt road (You will see a sign for Mountain Pointe) and you will see the venue on the right. 
  • Driving from Ojai: Take Highway 33 North. After about 65 miles, turn left onto Frazier Mountain Park Road. Drive about 4 miles and take a left on Darling Avenue. Drive half a mile and turn right on Steinhoff Road. Within a quarter mile turn left on a dirt road (You will see a sign for Mountain Pointe) and you will see the venue on the right.

 

Children at Moksha festival
Children of the ages 13 and below can attend all activities at Moksha festival for free. We are a family friendly event.


Food at Moksha festival
We will have 3 vegetarian/vegan food vendors at the food court. One drinks/dessert vendor will be in the marketplace. They will open at 9am and close at 8pm.


Code of Conduct at Moksha festival
Dress Code: No nudity allowed at the festival. Kindly do not walk around the festival grounds in your underwear or bathing suits. We attract a diverse audience from different spiritual traditions and different value systems. Be respectful of this, and dress appropriately for the various activities offered at the festival.

Consumption of alcohol and recreational drugs is not allowed at the festival.

Smoking is not allowed in any of the workshop/event spaces. We prefer that you do not smoke at all at the festival.

All activities at the festival must stop by 10pm. Our venue is in the midst of a residential neighborhood. It is important that we respect the wishes of the neighborhood and the venue, by closing the festivities on each day at 10pm.

 

 

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