ADA & ACCOMMODATIONS
For persons with mobile disabilities, we recommend Hilltop Camping which will give you close proximity between your vehicle and camp site. The shuttle which operates daily from approx 2-3pm start time based on demand until 2-3am also based on demand can transport you from Hilltop to multiple locations within Main Camp, which includes all stages.
As just a few examples of our standard processes, our festival staff are trained to communicate in writing (e.g., pen & paper or electronic devices) with patrons who are hearing-impaired. We employ a text messaging system so that we can communicate with ticket holders in the event of on-site emergencies. Written signs & placards are placed throughout around the property to help with navigating our large, beautiful grounds.
SERVICE ANIMAL POLICY Our Service Animal/Dog policy at Four Quarters is taken directly from Federal Statute and regulatory law. Our plain English policy is stated below. * Only DOGS qualify as Service Animals under Federal Law. * Emotional Support Animals are not Service Animals, and are not permitted at Four Quarters. * Service Animals in training are not Service Animals under Federal Law and only when wearing a “Service Animal” marked vest. * Service Animals shall have physical identifiers such as registration tags, the presence of a labeled harness or “the credible verbal assurances of a qualified individual with a disability using the animal.” * In the case of an un-identified Service Animal, we shall ask two questions. Is this animal required because of a disability? What work or task has this animal been trained to perform? * The service animal must at all times be tethered to and in the full control of their human team member. * A Service Animal may never be handled by or tethered to a person other than their human team member. * The Service Animal must always be in “Full Stay” command position when not performing the service for which they have been trained. * The Service Animal must be fully trained to urinate or defecate only on the command of their human team member. * In order to be considered a “Service Dog” under U.S. federal law, a dog must be partnered with an individual with a disability AND perform specific, trained task work to mitigate that disability. Task work is not optional. If a dog doesn’t perform task work, it is not a Service Dog. In closing, if your Service Animal is registered, wearing a marked Service Animal Vest and fully trained; you will find our staff and attendees very supportive of your teams presence here at Four Quarters. Welcome!