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Camp Placid Fall Festival

October 15 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm


Our Annual Fall Festival is a large arts and crafts event with family-fun activities stretching over 20 acres of beautiful scenery. Featuring vendors from all over, there will be plenty of handmade crafts, baskets, artwork, clothes, and jewelry, not to mention lots of food! ADMISSION AND PARKING ARE FREE! With such a large place to browse, shop, play, eat, and just relax, Camp Placid’s Fall Festival is truly unique.

But what else is there to do?

Listen to LIVE storytelling from some of ETSU’s finest tellers.

We have a wide variety of activities for children of all ages. From games to face painting to hayrides, we know the young and the young at heart will all be delighted.

Try your hand at our cornhole tournament at 1:30. Only $10 per team, you could end up taking home the grand prize–a handmade regulation cornhole set! You must sign up before 1:00 and be present to claim the prize.

Come place your bid at our silent auction with an assortment of items from all over the Southeast region!

Lastly, don’t forget the food! Scrumptious snacks and homemade meals! And lots of homemade ice cream.

If you love fishing, come on out and spend the day at the pond.

Invite your family and friends and we hope to see you there!!


October 15
10:00 am - 4:00 pm


Camp Placid


Author Name
Melanie Buckles
Author Email Address
[email protected]


Camp Placid
224 Camp Placid Rd
Blountville, TN 37617 United States
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