-- ATV’s, 4-wheelers, dirt
bikes, motorcycles and similar vehicles will be limited to organized
groups. Helmets and eye protection are required by law for everyone
18 and under on all such vehicles and children 16 and under are
limited by law to driving a 90cc maximum.
Children 18 and under on bicycles are required by law to wear a helmet. Adult supervision is required for all children 6 years old or under, from start to finish on the parade route.
Candy must be thrown far enough to be off the road to prevent children coming onto the road to collect it. This is a hazard for the children and the parade participants behind you, which may be horses, motor vehicles, bicycles or marching bands. Please see that everyone in your group adheres strictly to this rule.
All Vendor Slots Have Been Filled for 2017!
Smokey Bear’s Hometown Association is an all volunteer,
non-profit organization holding a tax exempt status under section
501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Our mission is to encourage
the awareness and appreciation of Smokey Bear’s fire prevention
messages and to raise money to support and improve the Smokey Bear
The Park is the final resting place of the living symbol, Smokey Bear. We involve citizens in public service projects, historical preservation, education and economic development. We promote annual events to increase tourism to the rural area and organize renovation projects at the Park.