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Was wandering what the arrangements are for camping on the grounds? Do you need reservations and are any setting up tents? Would like to bring my daughter along thinking she will have a blast but that puts sleeping in the truck out. Is there a separate camping area on the show grounds? Was also bringing a tractor but wandering what you all do drive them around or show them or both? When's the best time to get there? Thanks for any info, just trying to prepare, I know I'm excited!

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Trailer hook up camping sites are available on a first come first served basis. But tent camping is usually not a problem. There are acres of area to put up a tent. Some out in the open field, and others under the trees. Friday night is free, Thursday and Saturday night cost $20 per night.

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Hi Brian, I usually set up early on Thur.  Most of the vendors will be set on Thur. and by noon on Fri.    The Fri. night parade at dusk is one of the hylights  of the show.

If you are planning to bring equipment to show, ride or sell, be aware,  the Wheel Horse only policy is enforced.

Someone on here will post a thread before long where members can list what they are bringing to sell. 

 

  Hope to see Ya there.. It's a great family oriented show.       Oh, there is food available on site.

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That Fri. night "parade" is starting to turn into the 24 hours of Daytona!  :scared-eek:

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Do you need to call for reservations to camp on the grounds or just show up? I think this is going to be a blast...with food available I don't have to bring too much then except my wallet. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner? Thanks guys

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You must sign up in person when you get there. No reservations. I believe it's lunch and dinner on Thursday, breakfast, lunch and dinner Friday, and breakfast and lunch on Saturday.

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The South Mountain Fair grounds on Pa. rt 234 near Arntsville, Adams Co., Pa.

That Arntsville spelling doesn't look correct....

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The South Mountain Fair grounds on Pa. rt 234 near Arntsville, Adams Co., Pa.

That Arntsville spelling doesn't look correct....

 

It's not, it's Arendtsville. :)

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Was wandering what the arrangements are for camping on the grounds? Do you need reservations and are any setting up tents? Would like to bring my daughter along thinking she will have a blast but that puts sleeping in the truck out. Is there a separate camping area on the show grounds? Was also bringing a tractor but wandering what you all do drive them around or show them or both? When's the best time to get there? Thanks for any info, just trying to prepare, I know I'm excited!

 

Go to this link, click on a couple of threads, and you will see what the show is all about: http://www.wheelhorseforum.com/forum/136-2014-whcc-show-pictures/

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Be sure to stop by the bus stop and drop your loose change in the cup! :)  :ychain:  I'll never forget finding a $10 bill in a puddle at the food window last year. I handed it to one of the ladies working there. She was so overwhelmed that I was so honest I got a free pop!  :)  :thumbs:

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