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Have a safe and enjoyable experience while visiting Stone Mountain Park and remember the following:
- DO NOT enter into any restricted areas including ride perimeters, animal enclosures and designated employee areas.
- Enter the park through designated entrances during operating hours only.
- Use designated walkways throughout the park. Do not cross any fences, chains, landscape areas or other barriers.
- Be attentive to your surroundings. Watch where you are walking. Walk, don’t run.
- Be sure to follow all rider requirements, including requirements for loose articles.
About Stone Mountain Park
Can I get directions to Stone Mountain Park? Does public transportation come to the Park?
How big/tall is the mountain? How big is the Carving?
The mountain is 825 feet tall and covers 583 acres. The top of the mountain is 1,683 feet above sea level. The entire carved surface of the Memorial Carving measures three acres, larger than a football field. The carving of the three men towers 400 feet above the ground, measures 90 by 190 feet, and is recessed 42 feet into the mountain. The deepest point of the carving is at Lee's elbow, which is 12 feet to the mountain's surface.
Who are the three men on the Carving on the mountain?
The Memorial Carving depicts three Confederate heroes of the Civil War: Confederate President Jefferson Davis, General Robert E. Lee and Lt. General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson.
Where is Lost & Found for the Park?
Lost & Found items are turned in the following day to the Park’s Department of Public Safety (Police Department). You can contact them about your lost item at 770-498-5675.
What is the physical address of the Park?
Due to its size, the Park has several physical addresses.
For the easiest directions to the Park, it is best to visit our page with Written Driving Directions. Often, online mapping programs provide routes to the Park that are difficult to follow. If you do prefer to use a mapping program, our physical address is:
Stone Mountain Park
U.S. Highway 78 East, Exit 8
Stone Mountain, GA 30087
1000 Robert E. Lee Blvd
Stone Mountain, GA 30083
What time do the Park Gates open? What time do the attractions open?
Park Gates are open daily, 5:00 a.m. to Midnight. Attraction hours vary. Visit the Calendar page for attraction hours on the day of your visit.
Are the attractions open year-round?
From Snow Mountain in January to Stone Mountain Christmas in December, and all of the months in between, Stone Mountain Park is open year-round. However, during the spring and fall some attractions may only be open on the weekends. Please visit the Calendar page for attraction availability on the date of your visit.
Which attractions will be open on the date of my visit?
Visit the Calendar page and click on the date of your visit to see a daily schedule of attractions and events.
What is the Lasershow Schedule? Will there be a Lasershow on the date of my visit?
The Lasershow runs seasonally mid-April through October. Visit the Calendar page for specific show dates and times.
What Special Events will be occurring on the date of my visit?
Visit the Calendar page and click on the date of your visit to see a daily schedule of attractions and events.
Hotels & Campgrounds
What does it cost to rent a campsite?
Campsite rentals generally range from $33 - $65 per night and vary based on the utilities offered and location within the campground. Monthly rates are also available. Please visit our campground pages for more information.
How can I make a Campground Reservation?
To make a Campground reservation, you can complete our Online Booking Form or call 800-385-9807 between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM.
What hotels are inside the Park? How do I make a hotel reservation?
We have two hotels inside the Park – The Atlanta Evergreen Marriott Conference Resort and the Marriott Stone Mountain Inn. 24-hour reservations are available at 888-670-2250.
What hotels are near the Park?
Park Policies & General Information
How do I replace my parking permit?
Parking Permits will be replaced at no charge if half of the old pass with the month shown is scraped off the window and returned to us. If this cannot be accomplished, replacement parking permits will be $40 each. These may be purchased at the Main Entrance Gate to the Park or at the Main Ticket Plaza.
Can I bring alcohol to the park?
Alcohol can be brought to the Park, but is not permitted on streets, in parking lots, or other posted areas. Those other areas include, but are not limited to, attractions, the Lasershow, Pavilions, the Special Events Meadow and the Walk-Up Trail. No glass containers are allowed.
Are there clothing guidelines at Stone Mountain Park?
To preserve our family atmosphere, proper clothing is required including shirts and shoes (sandals or flip-flops are acceptable - but note that on some attractions closed-toe shoes may be required ). Clothing with offensive words and/or pictures will not be permitted inside the Park. Stone Mountain Park reserves the right to require additional or different attire where we deem appropriate. Should a guest refuse to comply with our requests, the guest will be politely asked to leave the property.
How do I request a donation from Stone Mountain Park?
Each year, we are asked to support hundreds of worthwhile charitable causes. While we make every effort to accommodate as many requests as possible, we are simply unable to fulfill them all based on the volume we receive. Click here to submit a donation request.
Am I allowed to fly a drone in Stone Mountain Park?
All unmanned aircraft including model airplanes, quadcopters, drones and model helicopters are prohibited at Stone Mountain Park. For further information on this park ordinance, please visit the Stone Mountain Memorial Association's website at stonemountainpark.org.
I lost my Mountain Membership cards. How do I get them replaced?
Lost Cards can be replaced at Guest Services located in Crossroads. Replacement fee for lost cards is $15.00 per card.
Can I bring my own food inside the Park and have a picnic?
Yes. You can bring your own food into the Park for a picnic, however, no outside caterers are allowed in the Park.
Can I come to the Park to take pictures for my wedding/engagement or film a commercial/movie/documentary at the Park?
In order to film or take photos at Stone Mountain Park companies/individuals must first obtain approval from the Park. Due to the volume of requests about filming and photography on-Park, all requests must be submitted in writing at least 14 days prior to the shoot.
In most cases, the Park does charge a location fee. Rates vary according to scope and details of specific projects. There is also a location fee for wedding-related photography (unless the wedding/reception is being held at Stone Mountain Park).
To submit your request, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 770-498-5735. Your Memo/Letter should detail date and time of shoot, crew size, number of vehicles entering Park, desired location(s) for filming/photography, Start/End times and list of equipment to be used during shoot. Also, include how the photos/film will be used.
Can I bring my pet to Stone Mountain Park? Can my pet go anywhere in the Park? Do you have boarding facilities available?
Only dogs and cats are welcome to visit the Park. They must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet and they are not allowed in many of the public areas including the Lasershow Lawn, the Walk Up Trail, or Special Events Areas. Pets also are not allowed on the attractions. We do not have animal boarding at Stone Mountain Park. However, you may contact the Stone Mountain Vets at 770-469-6112 or Main Street Veterinarians at 770-498-4620. These organizations provide boarding for animals and are located close to Stone Mountain Park. However, these organizations are not affiliated with or endorsed by Stone Mountain Park.
Do you rent strollers or wheelchairs at the Park?
Yes. Strollers, manual wheelchairs, and electronic controlled vehicles (ECV's) are available for rent at the Adventure Center with a valid state or federal identification. Credit card is required for wheelchair rentals. Wheelchair, ECV, and stroller quantities are limited and subject to availability.
Tickets & Pricing
What is the cost of the One-Day Adventure Pass? What is included in the One-Day Adventure Pass?
Visit the ticketing page for pricing and description of our Adventure Pass.
Does Stone Mountain have an annual pass? How much does it cost? What is included?
Yes. Actually, we have an annual attractions pass called the Mountain Membership. Visit the Mountain Membership page for more information as well as a list of additional benefits enjoyed by members.
We also offer a Mountain Membership Plus which offers even more great benefits.
Do you offer a group rate on tickets?
Yes. Visit our Group Tickets page for additional information.
Can I pay individually for the attractions? What attractions can I pay for individually?
Excluding during major holidays, you may pay individually for the following attractions: Summit Skyride, Memorial Hall, Historic Square & Farmyard, Scenic Railroad and Mini-Golf. Tickets can be purchased at the park on the day of your visit. You must have a One-Day Adventure Pass or Mountain Membership to visit all other attractions.
During Stone Mountain Christmas (Nov-Jan), only the Summit Skyride can be purchased as an individual attraction. All other attractions will require a one-day Adventure Pass.
How much does the Lasershow cost?
The Lasershow is free with your $15 parking fee to enter the Park. To purchase parking online, please click here.
We do offer VIP Terrace Seating for an additional fee which offers the best view to enjoy the Lasershow. Buy tickets
What is the parking fee to enter the Park? Is this fee "per vehicle" or "per person"? What does this parking fee include? How much is bus parking?
Visit the Parking Information page for answers to each of the above questions.
Can I leave and return to the Park on the same day without having to pay the parking fee again?
Yes. The daily permit allows you entry and exit for the entire day, but does not guarantee re-entry. Please be aware that re-entry may be difficult on busy days, holidays or during large events. Free re-entry is not permitted during the Fantastic Fourth Celebration or Yellow Daisy Festival.
What forms of payment do you accept at Stone Mountain Park?
Stone Mountain Park accepts Visa, MasterCard, and Discover credit cards online, on park, and through our call center. On park we also accept cash payments. For group ticket payment options please contact our Group Sales Department, 1-800-401-2405, Monday – Friday between the hours of 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM EST, excluding holidays.
Do you offer senior or military discounts on tickets to the Park?
Yes. On days when all attractions are open, we offer a discounted rate for Seniors or members of the military and their immediate family. Seniors save $3 off of the Adventure Pass and members of the military and their immediate family can purchase an Adventure Pass for $23.95 plus tax. To redeem visit the Ticket Plaza with a current I.D.
Lasershow Spectacular & Special Events
What special events does the Park host?
Visit our Festivals & Events page to see brief event listings or a full calendar of events.
I am a food vendor. Can I participate or have a booth at your special events?
Stone Mountain Park has its own Food Service Department that operates most festival food locations. Currently, Stone Mountain Park is under contract with an outside food vendor and is not accepting applications for any of its upcoming events. We thank you for your interest.
How much does the Lasershow cost?
The Lasershow is free with your $15 parking fee to enter the Park. To purchase parking online, please click here.
How long does the Lasershow last?
The Lasershow is approximately 45 minutes in length.
Where is the best place to watch the Lasershow?
Lasershow Snack Terrace seating is available and offers the best view to enjoy the Lasershow. You may also bring your own blankets and lawn chairs. Souvenir blankets and Lasershow merchandise are available at Marketplace Gifts.
Can I bring my own food to the Lasershow?
Yes. You can bring your own food to the Lasershow and picnic on Memorial Lawn prior to the show. Glass containers and grills are not allowed on the Lawn.
Can I bring alcohol to the Lasershow?
No. Alcohol is not allowed on the lawn.
Is there space for an individual in a wheelchair to view the Lasershow?
Yes. There is space for wheelchairs in front of the Railroad tracks, on the concrete terraces around the Lawn and on the Memorial Hall terrace.
Can I propose marriage, wish a "Happy Birthday" or acknowledge someone in the Lasershow?
No. We cannot accommodate any kind of edits to the show content.
Can I get a CD of the music played at the Lasershow or a video of the Lasershow?
No. Unfortunately, CDs and videos of the Lasershow are not available for sale.
Is smoking permitted on the Laser Lawn?
Please note that smoking is only permitted in designated smoking areas:
Lower Lawn (below train tracks)
1) Near the Cherokee Trail below the terrace, headed behind Mini-Golf
2) Near the entrance to the Sacrifice monument on the left side of the reflecting pool/fountain
Where can I find information about the Chili Cook-Off?
The Chili Cook-Off has moved to a new venue.
Where can I eat inside the Park?
Visit our list of restaurants and food locations.
Where can I eat breakfast at the Park?
Breakfast is served at Waterside Restaurant at the Atlanta Evergreen Marriott Conference Resort and the Mountainview Restaurant at the Stone Mountain Inn.
What meals may I choose from with a meal ticket?
Pizza Slice (Cheese or Pepperoni)*
Chicken Strips Basket with french fries
BBQ Pulled Pork served with chips (seasonal)
BBQ Pulled Chicken served with chips (seasonal)
BBQ Pulled Nachos (seasonal)
All of these great meal choices available at Marketplace. Base Camp BBQ and Big Rock Café open seasonally.
*Visit Marketplace and choose a side of French fries, chips, or whole fruit. Sides may vary at other restaurant locations.
Pavilion Rentals, Catered Events & Other Group Outings
Can I host a family reunion at the Park?
Yes. Visit our Family Reunion page for additional details.
Does Stone Mountain Park have field trip programs?
Yes. Visit our Field Trip page to learn about the different options and pricing for our School Programs.
Can I rent a pavilion, but bring my own food?
Yes. You would have to choose one of our two Non-Catered Pavilions, the Georgia or Virginia pavilions. No outside caterers are allowed inside the Park.
Can I reserve a pavilion? How much does it cost?
We have two types of pavilions at the Park. Most pavilions are Catered Pavilions and require that your event is catered by Stone Mountain Park. However, we do have two Non-Catered Pavilions that can be rented without Park Catering. Pricing varies according to the type of pavilion and day of the week.
Does the Park host weddings? Can I have my wedding on top of the mountain?
Yes, the Park hosts many weddings. You can find out additional information about our packages on our Wedding page.
Can I fish in the lake? Is there a fee for fishing? Is a license required?
Fishing is permitted on the lake; however, you must have a valid GA Fishing License. You must have a valid Georgia Fishing License. To purchase a Fishing License online, click here. We have five types of fish in the lake: bass, carp, crappie, catfish, and bream.
How long is the road that goes around the base of the mountain?
Robert E. Lee Blvd, which circles the base of the mountain, is approximately 5 miles long. Traffic is one-way counter-clockwise on Robert E. Lee Blvd. on the back side of the mountain to allow for bikes and joggers/walkers.
Can I use my personal boat on the lake?
Private boats are allowed on the lake from May 1st - Sept. 30th on Mondays through Fridays (excluding holidays) during daylight hours and on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays between the hours of 6 a.m. to 11 a.m.
From October 1st - April 30th, private boats are allowed to use the lake each day of the week during daylight hours.
Boats must be launched from the Public Boat Ramp located near the Evergreen Pavilion. Outboard motors in excess of 10 hp are not allowed on the lake. Alcoholic beverages are not allowed on any privately-owned boat.
Do you rent watercraft at the Park?
Yes, we partner with REI to supply stand up paddleboards, canoes and kayaks. For more information click here.
Where can I have a picnic at the Park?
You are welcome to utilize one of our public picnic areas to have a picnic including the Studdard Picnic Area and Triangle Picnic Area. All of the covered pavilions are rental facilities and must be rented through our Park Sales Department. Call 770-498-5636 to rent a covered pavilion.
Do you have a playground at the Park?
Yes. The playground is located on Robert E. Lee Blvd approximately 3/4 mile past the West Gate of the Park. Use of the playground is free with your $15.00 vehicle fee to the Park.
Do you rent bicycles or segways at the Park?
Yes, we partner with Atlanta Adventure Tours to supply electronic bikes and segways. For more information click here.
Can I ride my bike to the top of the mountain? Do you have mountain biking trails?
No. Bicycles are not allowed on the walk-up trail or on any of the hiking trails. We do not have any mountain biking trails inside the Park.
Can I swim in the lake?
No. Our greatest concern is for the safety of our guests. Because Stone Mountain Lake is a large, urban lake, it is subject to water quality issues, especially in the summer when high temperatures or heavy rain can drastically affect the water quality. Because real-time water quality tests are not available, we simply do not permit swimming in the lake.
Can I walk to the top of the mountain? How long is the trail to the top of the mountain? Are there bathrooms / snack bar on top of the mountain?
Visit our page on the Walk-Up trail for this information.
Do you have bike trails or somewhere for me to ride my bicycle at the Park?
Bicycles can be ridden along the roadways inside the Park. There is a dedicated bicycle lane on Robert E. Lee Blvd., on the back side of the mountain. Bikers must ride single file and follow all traffic laws.
Are there any age requirements for the watercraft?
Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. If they want to paddle a boat or board by themselves, they must be large enough to fit into a life vest and hold a paddle properly. Small children may ride on a paddleboard or in a tandem kayak or canoe with a responsible adult and must wear a life vest.
What are the Boathouse hours?
- April 1-May 26: 9am-8pm (last rental goes out at 6pm)
- May 27-Sept. 4: 9am-9pm (last rental goes out at 7pm)
- Sept. 5-Oct. 31: 9am-8pm (last rental goes out at 6pm)
Will REI provide any instruction to new paddlers?
A safety briefing and orientation will happen for every customer. REI staff can offer brief higher level instruction as needed for rental customers. Class customers will receive detailed instruction throughout the program.
How long are the rental periods?
REI offers hourly, half-day (4 hours), full day (open to one hour before close), and weekend packages. Weekend packages last from open on Saturday to one hour before closing on Sunday.
What is REI offering at the Park?
REI is offering SUP, kayak, and canoe rentals by the hour, ½ day, full day and weekend. We will also be offering normal outdoor school classes starting from that location (both watersports and land-based).
Do I still have to pay $15 to enter the Park?
Yes. All waterfront customers will need to pay $15/day per vehicle or $40 for an annual parking pass.
How can I pay?
For rentals, you can pay in person at the Stone Mountain Boathouse. For classes you can register and pay online at www.rei.com/stonemountain. If registration is closed online you will not be able to register. You may be able to join the class in person if there is space the day of the class. REI is currently accepting all major credit and debit cards.
Can rental customers use any of their own equipment?
Personal life vests and paddles may be used for rentals but will be inspected by REI staff.
Are dogs allowed on or in the watercraft rentals?
Yes, but only if they have a life vest specifically for them (REI does not have life vests for dogs available).
Are life vests mandatory?
Life vests are mandatory and must be worn at all times while on the water.
What is the price?
Class prices are listed online at www.rei.com/stonemountain. For rentals, we have different prices for REI Co-op Members and non-members:
- Hourly: $25 for members; $30 for non-members
- Half-Day: $40 for members; $45 for non-members
- Full-Day: $75 for members; $90 for non-members
- Weekend: $120 for members; $140 for non-members
There are no other discounts for any Stone Mountain Park packages or passes at this time.
What equipment is provided with watercraft rental?
All watercraft rentals come with:
- Life vests (PFDs)
- Dry bag
What types of watercraft does REI rent?
Single-person (Wilderness Systems Tarpon 140)
Two-person (Wilderness Systems Tarpon 135T)
Single-person (Wilderness Systems Pungo 140)
Single-person (Boardworks Ruckus 10’6”)
Single-person SOFT top (Boardworks B-Ray 11’6”)
1-2 person (Mad River Canoe Journey 14-foot)
1-3 person (Wilderness Systems Adventure 14-foot and 16-foot)
Fantastic Fourth Celebration
When is the Fantastic Fourth Lasershow and fireworks?
The Lasershow and fireworks are July 1-4. The Lasershow begins at 9:30 p.m. and the fireworks immediately follow. The show is the same all four nights.
How much is the Lasershow?
The Lasershow is free with $15 daily parking or a $40 annual pass. Parking may be purchased online here or at the park on the day of your visit.
Where do I enter the Park?
- Cars - Enter through the East gate (main entrance on Highway 78) or West gate (James B Rivers Memorial Drive and East Mountain Street).
- Pedestrians - Enter through the West gate (James B Rivers Memorial Drive and East Mountain Street) ONLY.
Are there designated smoking areas?
Lower Lawn (below train tracks): On the left side near the Cherokee Trail below the South Carolina terrace. Upper Lawn: Outside of the east and west side restrooms. All other areas on the laser lawn are restricted. Please be courteous of non-smoking guests.
Can I bring my own food to the Lasershow?
Yes. You can bring your own food to the Lasershow and picnic on Memorial Lawn prior to the show. Do not bring glass containers, alcohol, or grills, as they are not allowed on the Lawn.
Can I use the Adventure Pass or Adventure Pass Meal Deal to access the attractions during Fantastic Fourth Celebration?
Can I purchase a Lasershow Snack or Dinner terrace seat?
Yes, you can purchase a Lasershow Snack Holiday terrace seat for July 2, 3, & 5. The Lasershow Dinner terrace seat can be purchased for July 3 & 5. There are no terraces available on July 4th as it is a first come first serve basis. Reserve Terrace
Can I leave the Park and come back on July 4?
Guests who leave the Park on July 4 and then wish to return will have to re-pay the $15.00 Park entry fee.
Is high attendance expected on July 4?
Please be advised that the Park typically experiences large crowds on July 4 and it is best to arrive early. The Park will close the gates to traffic once parking capacity is reached.
Can I reserve a pavilion on July 4th?
Due to the heavy traffic and large crowds associated with the 4th of July weekend and holiday, we do not rent any of our Private Picnic Facilities, including the covered pavilions. They cannot be reserved over the July 4th weekend or on July 4th itself and we will not give anyone permission to use these facilities on these dates. While many of these covered pavilions may have been occupied on those dates in prior years, those guests did not have the facility reserved and did not have permission to use the facility.
Yellow Daisy Festival
What is the Yellow Daisy Festival?
Celebrating its 48th year, Stone Mountain Park’s Yellow Daisy Festival (YDF) is one of America’s favorite and most well-known arts & crafts festivals. Featuring more than 400 artists from all over the country, the Yellow Daisy Festival is held each year in the month of September to celebrate the blooming of the Confederate Yellow Daisy. (The daisy can be seen in its natural environment on hiking trails on the mountain). Despite its growth from a small arts & crafts show to the four day event that it has become today, the Yellow Daisy Festival continues to be a big show with a small town feel. The mission of re-connecting families and friends with fun, shopping, live entertainment and good food has remained constant over the years. Multiple generations of mothers, daughters, and grandmothers meander the wooded trails together in search of the perfect item.
What are the dates of the festival?
2016: Thursday, September 11 - Sunday, September 11, 2016
What are the hours of the festival?
Thursday & Friday: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
(Saturday night is the Lasershow Spectacular in Mountainvision® located on Memorial Lawn)
Is this a family-friendly event?
Absolutely! There is something for everyone, whether it be the shopping, festival food, live music, visiting the Children’s Corner or catching the game on the big screen at the Men’s Den, everyone is sure to have a memorable time that will continue as a family tradition.
Is this an indoor or outdoor festival?
The Yellow Daisy Festival takes place outdoors within Stone Mountain Park’s Events Meadow and the shopping occurs adjacent to the meadow along paved trails under a gorgeous canopy of trees.
Looking for something indoors? Visit the 44th Annual Standard Flower Show held at Memorial Hall. Presented by The Redbud District, member of Garden Club of Georgia Inc., in conjunction with the Yellow Daisy Festival, entry to the flower show is free upon entrance into the park.
Friday, September 11 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Saturday, September 12 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Sunday, September 13 10:00 am – 5:45 pm
What if it rains? Do you cancel the event?
The Yellow Daisy Festival takes place rain or shine but we prefer shine!
Are pets allowed at the festival?
Unfortunately, pets are not allowed at the Yellow Daisy Festival so we ask that you please make the appropriate arrangements for your pet prior to attending the Festival.
Is there Festival Food?
Absolutely! Fantastic Food Trucks, BBQ, Burgers, Pizza, Funnel Cakes, Ice Cream, Kettle Corn, Roasted Corn, Italian Ice, Corn Dogs and much, much more…hungry yet???
Can I bring a cooler?
Yes, but please know that all bags and coolers are subject to search prior to entering the festival. Please refrain from bringing alcohol or glass containers to the festival.
Do you have hotels or campgrounds to stay on park?
Yes! We have two Marriott Hotel Properties located within Stone Mountain Park; Evergreen Marriott Conference Resort and Marriott Stone Mountain Inn. Marriott Stone Mountain Inn is located within walking distance of the Festival. If you prefer to camp, Stone Mountain Park is also the home of Georgia's #1 campground - as rated by Woodall's, located in the heart of state's most popular attraction. A shuttle service is available for campground and hotel guests; for more information please visit the campground/hotel front desk.
Do you rent motorized scooters?
Yes, motorized scooters are available for rental just inside the tent at the Festival’s entrance. This is a first come – first serve basis so it is always a good idea to arrive early in hopes of securing one for your use.
Do you provide shuttles from the parking lots within the park?
Depending on traffic flow and where you are directed to park, select lots do have a shuttle but due to peak traffic travel times not all parking lots have an assigned shuttle.
Do you have handicap parking?
Yes, but it is on a first come – first serve basis.
Can I volunteer to help at the Festival?
Of course! Please check back on July 1 when our Volunteer Request Form is available.
Can I still apply to be an artist at the Festival?
The deadline for applying to the Yellow Daisy Festival is March 17 of the same year. Applications for the next year’s show are available online beginning in August. We do not maintain a waiting list or accept last minute entries, should anyone cancel, as this is a juried Arts & Crafts Festival and all applications must be presented before the Yellow Daisy Jury.
What types of products does the Yellow Daisy Festival accept?
The purpose of the Yellow Daisy Festival is to showcase the talents of its artists. All items must be created by the artist and the artist must be on-site all four days of the festival. Items not created by the artist or not in the category for which applied will not be permitted in the show. Resale of wholesale items (buy/sell) IS NOT permitted in the Yellow Daisy Festival. The selling of prepared food by an artist is prohibited; however, sampling of food gifts is permitted. All materials must be in compliance with all applicable laws, rules, and regulations of the United States and the State of Georgia.
Does the Festival maintain a waiting list in case of cancellations?
We do not maintain a waiting list or accept last minute entries, should anyone cancel, as this is a juried Arts & Crafts Festival and all applications must be presented before the Yellow Daisy Jury.
What are fees to apply or have an artist booth at the Festival?
Fees are subject to change but at this time a single site is $525 and a double site is $1100. There is also a $40 non-refundable application fee. The site fee payment as well as the application fee payment must be submitted with the application. If you are not accepted into the show your site fee is refunded back to you via the form of payment that you initially used to pay.
What is the size of an artist booth?
A single site is 10’x10’ or a double site is 20’x20’
How can I become a sponsor of the Yellow Daisy Festival?
Please click on the “Sponsorship Opportunities” link and fill out the applicable information. Please note in the comments/questions section that you are interested in becoming a sponsor and a member of our team will contact you with more information.
How can I become a Food Vendor at the Festival? Do I need to fill out an application?
If you are interested in becoming a food vendor in the future you do not need to fill out a crafter application. We do ask that you click on the “Become a Food Vendor” link and fill out the required information. Please include not only the services/options you provide but also pricing and listing of other events/venues where you sell your product.
***Please note that the Yellow Daisy Festival has a high volume of attendees and we receive many inquiries regarding participating as a food vendor therefore we cannot respond to each and every inquiry. If there is availability or a need for more information, a member of our Foods Department will contact you for more details. We do keep all information on file should we have any other events or openings throughout the year.
How can I become a part of the main stage music? Do I need to fill out an application?
If you are interested in performing at the YDF main stage you do not need to fill out an application. We do ask that you click on the “Become a Performer” link and fill out the required information. We prefer to listen to music/samples via a website or link vs. hard copy mailings of cd samples etc. While we have a select number of slots available, the Yellow Daisy Festival utilizes a production company to schedule performers and we also suggest to them any artists that we have heard and think may be a good fit for the festival. ***Please note that the Yellow Daisy Festival receives many online requests regarding performing at the festival therefore we cannot respond to each and every inquiry. If you are selected to perform, the production company will reach out to you for your availability prior to August.
How can I be a vendor within your Children’s Corner? Do I need to fill out an application?
If you have an activity that you think would be a great fit in our Children’s Corner, please email us at email@example.com and tell us more about what you offer as well as pictures, pricing and previous events in which you have participated.
We have a great dance group! How can they perform at the Yellow Daisy Festival?
At this time we do not have any plans to host dance groups at YDF as our mission is to truly promote the artists and their beautiful works.
Have you considered having a Miss Yellow Daisy pageant?
Every now and then we receive an inquiry about the potential of hosting a Queen/Princess pageant during the Yellow Daisy Festival. At this time we do not have any plans to host a pageant during YDF as our mission is to truly promote the artists and their beautiful works.
I am trying to get in touch with an artist that was at last year’s Yellow Daisy Festival. Can you help me?
Sure we will! Whether it was last year or 10 years ago, we will try our best to get you the information you need. If you could please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us as much as you can remember about the artist, we will be sure to work on your request. (A Tip For You: Anything and everything helps us in narrowing down the potential artists: Maybe you remember what state they were from, what types of product they had, a rough idea of the location of their booth, the more details and specifics – the better! We love playing detective!)
I wanted to purchase a commemorative poster or t-shirt from last year’s festival. Is that still an option after the festival?
Often times we are able to accommodate this request. If you could please email us at email@example.com we will be sure to check with our merchandise team and see if they still have items available for purchase.
Do children require adult supervision at Snow Mountain?
Children under 16 require adult supervision.
Are there any height restrictions at Snow Mountain?
Avalanche Alley (family tubes) require a minimum height of 36" tall, and a maximum of 5 riders per tube. Tube Runners (single tubes) require a minimum height of 42" tall, and a maximum of 1 rider per tube.
Little Angels, located in the SnowZone, is designed for kids 3 and under. The max height is 42". Penguin Run, also located in the SnowZone, is one step up with a max height of 54".
Are lockers available for Snow Mountain guests?
Yes. The park offers locker rentals ($5).
How much are Snow Mountain Passes for adults and children?
Adult and children passes are $28 plus tax. Children 2 and under are free - please check in at the measuring station (located behind Main Ticket Plaza) to get a "children 2 and under" snow tag.
What should I bring to Snow Mountain?
Don’t worry about buying or lugging snow gear, all you need for your tubing and snow play fun is included in the price of admission. For the safety of all Snow Mountain's guests, only park-provided equipment is allowed. You should consider dressing warmly for your snow outing and bringing a change of clothing in case you get wet.
What should I wear?
This is real snow! It is wet, cold and slippery. Enjoy your time at Snow Mountain by wearing warm, water-resistant clothes including gloves and boots. You might also consider covering ears with muffs or hats. Layering is also recommended. You might start out cold, but end up breaking a sweat as you play in the snow. Also consider bringing a change of clothing. Don’t own any winter gear? The park sells basic snow gear like hats, gloves and other winter staples at the Hat & Glove Cart.