In case there’s any seriousness behind the flippancy curtain
the hitch-hikers are probably those who got here via Peach or Scoot or Etc. Airways, on a dime and a dollar. There’s a variety of backgrounds, and levels of wealth. There are some private cars near the land entrance, and driving there is not discouraged, but parking is rough and tight on a small lane.
You don’t need to bring anything, although a tent/hammock would be very wise, and perhaps some personal snacks. Food is free although donations are requested after each meal (2 a day).
Phones, cameras, speakers & other electronics aren’t welcome.
I’ve not seen any alcohol or other drugs on site. I think if that is happening, it’s taking place in the dark fringes.
Any rain and the place is a mud-bath.