Rain or shine, Friday and Saturday, August 23rd and 24th 10am - 8pm

Frequently Asked Questions

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  • Do you have alcohol at this event?

    No we do not. Bringing your own alcohol is prohibited. The space where the event is held is rented from Thanksgiving Point and they do not allow alcohol on this particular property. Their policy states, “Violators of the alcohol policies will be subject to a fine of $125 per occurrence and any alcohol will be confiscated. Thanksgiving Point reserves the right to ask any guest in violation of the alcohol policy to leave the premises.”

  • Can I bring my weapon?

    We have many guests who bring weapons of all kinds. If you want to bring yours please bear in mind that we are a family faire and there are thousands of children running around at the event. If you have exposed sharp or otherwise dangerous parts to your weapon that cannot be covered up and made safe, we will need to have you leave them in your vehicle or at our office for safe keeping.

  • Can I bring my pet?

    Please understand that there are already many animals at the renaissance faire. We have large horses, small ponies, dogs, birds of prey, farm animals, and more. Please clean up after your animal and keep them on a short leash.

  • Can I smoke / vape at the faire?

    No smoking or vaping please. The space where the event is held is rented from Thanksgiving Point and they do not allow smoking / vaping on this particular property. Thier policy states: “Thanskgiving Point is in compliance with the Utah Clean Air Act and does not allow smoking withing 25 feet of any building or in any Gardens.” Our location counts as a garden in their policy.

  • Do I have to wear a costume?

    You are not required to wear a costume as a visitor to our faire. Our staff, volunteers, vendors, artisans, entertainers, etc are required to wear costumes though.

  • Is the park wheelchair accessible?

    The venue is an 11 acre, fenced park with grass fields, cement and asphalt walkways, and a large metal pavilion near the center. It is nearly all flat (aside from the small knolls that border the park) and our events are wheelchair accessible throughout. There are 3 gatehouses and each of them have large wheelchair accessible bathrooms with multiple stalls and changing tables. In the park there are water drinking fountains, with the ability to connect water hoses, located near the gatehouses and the large metal pavilion.

  • Are you open during bad weather?