A Bit About Accessibility at Blue Skies
Blue Skies is a very special experience, and we want to share it with as many folks as we can. We do our best to make sure that people of all ages and abilities enjoy our little slice of magic. Our organizers and volunteers are trained to assist when necessary those with special needs and we continue to work our little buns off to make things better.
However, there are certain things we can't do anything about. Blue Skies takes place on a very rugged piece of Ontario wilderness. The ground is hilly and uneven and the facilities, such as they are, are rustic (to say the least.)
Limited Water and Electricity
Both water and electricity are seriously limited -- outhouses, no hot water, no electricity for personal use, except for a few outlets to recharge medical devices.
Certified Service Animals Welcome
While generally dogs are not welcome at Blue Skies, we do welcome certified service animals.
Admission Fee for Support People
Blue Skies charges support people the same admission fees as other festival goers.
Contact us for More Information
We want to make Blue Skies an enjoyable experience for people of all abilities. We now have Accessibility Coordinators who can be contacted related to accessibility for attendees with disabilities or different abilities…
- Before or after the festival by email at or by telephone (Julia at 519-993-4418 or Ellen at 416-834-5524; and,
- During the festival through the Info Booth.
Please Share your Thoughts
If you have any thoughts or suggestions about making Blue Skies more accessible, please chat with the folks at the Info Booth, share your ideas at the Monday Meeting, or get in touch with the Accessibility Coordinators.
If you would like more information view our Accessibility Policy.
Let's make Blue Skies as good as it can be for as many people as we can.