A handful of club members work most of the year to coordinate efforts between local businesses and government entities along with more than 240 crafters who converge on the park’s peninsula the first full weekend in June.
The Lenoir City club uses the money raised by this event throughout the community to help in areas such as education, recreation, hunger and assistance for the needy. The group gives two scholarships annually to graduating Lenoir City High School seniors, donates to the Fantasy of Trees, sponsors Girls and Boys State delegates,and buys Christmas gifts for more than 20 children annually through the Family Resource Centers of Lenoir City and Loudon County.
Pets are allowed if leashed and you must clean up after them. Free Parking is available with a free bus shuttle to the festival. There is a $3 admission at the gate.
Parking directions: From Hwy 321 entrance into the Lenoir City, you will be directed by police to one of two grass fields (free parking lots). Then, you’ll catch a free bus to the festival. We do have limited handicap parking with ETHRA buses (one with a wheel chair lift) as well.