2021 Family Summer Sleepovers
August 7 - Sold out
Cost: $50 per person
Sleepover Schedule of Events
5:45 p.m. Check-in begins
6:30 p.m. Dinner is ready for pickup
Until 9 p.m. All rides are open
Be sure to watch the puppet show and enjoy a live performance too!
10:00 p.m. Lights out and off to dreamland!
6:00 a.m. the next morning, rise and shine! Enjoy a packaged breakfast from our café. Then it's time to pack up and check out by 7:30 a.m.
How do I make a reservation?
Register online! It's the fastest way to book your reservation.
How will I know my reservation has been confirmed?
We will email you a confirmation letter and packet to the valid email address you've provided.
What if I don’t have email?
No problem. We will either fax or snail mail a confirmation letter and packet to you.
I lost my confirmation packet. How can I get a new one?
Please email the Family Programs Specialist or call (510) 452-2259 to let us know.
I never received a confirmation packet. Am I confirmed for my date?
Please email the Family Programs Specialist or call (510) 452-2259 to verify that your request has been received.
May I add people to my reservation?
Yes, if space is still available. Please email the Family Programs Specialist or call (510) 452-2259.
May my family members come in to help me set up my tent?
For the safety of our staff, volunteers, and other campers, during the COVID-19 pandemic we are limiting the number of people in the park to registered campers only. We will have volunteers onsite ready to help with any tent pitching needs!
Does a Fairyland staff member stay overnight too?
Yes, a staff member will be located in the office all night. If you need assistance during the night, knock on the double doors located near Humpty Dumpty's wall and the horse's red barn.
What about security?
Our security officers will walk our grounds, the perimeter of the park and parking on Bellevue Avenue all night.
What about COVID-19?
We have made extensive safety modifications to both the park and the program to make everyone's experience as safe as possible. We've created designated campsites with a minimum 10-foot distance between you and any other family, COVID-safe options for personal hygiene, and we've limited capacity for the park and sleepovers. Of course, face masks are required for everyone two and older while in the park, including during sleepovers, unless eating, drinking, or sleeping in designated areas. Click here to read about what we are doing to make Fairyland a safe and clean place to play!