-JEEPS!- Harlan County is a Jeep enthusiast’s dream with winding roads and thrilling off-roading. Saturday kicks off with a Jeep show where you can enjoy unique jeeps and show off your own before hitting the road. Jeep Crawl is your chance to explore with a local guide! Choose a route suited for stock vehicles or challenge yourself with the extreme trails of the Black Mountain Off-Road Adventure Area.
-Vendors- Just inside the Harlan Center, you’ll find a Mountain Market with vendors offering everything from handcrafted items to second hand treasures! Make time to browse the tables and pick up a few items to take home. Outside you’ll see Jeep vendors alongside a great selection of eats and treats including items like barbecue, fresh donuts, and frozen lemonades!
-Family Fun- Bring your kids out to see the variety of Jeeps. Bring some rubber ducks and be part of the tradition of leaving a duck on your favorite Jeeps. Once the Jeeps leave for their rides, you’ll find more fun playing on the free inflatables and trying your hand at a family friendly skeet shoot simulation.
-Cornhole Tournament- All of those days you’ve spent playing cornhole in the backyard could win you cash prizes if you enter the Cornhole Tournament to benefit the Cumberland Valley Children’s Advocacy Center. Registration is $10 per person and all proceeds go to support the work CVCAC does to support abused children. The tournament begins at 1 p.m. on Saturday April 29th so find your partner and join the fun!
-Music- Live music begins at 2 p.m. with local favorite Brooklyn Collins. At 5 p.m., Eagles tribute band Nightflyer takes the stage for a set including all of your favorite Eagles hits! Bring your lawn chair down to the Bicentennial Stage and sing along!
For more information, visit the Harlan County Jeepers here.
Register for the Cornhole Tournament here.
Check out Nightflyer here.