Activities include group rides, skill clinics, poker ride, and a variety of cycling related vendors. Food, drink (including a beer garden) and live entertainment will also be featured. Demo bikes--registered festival goers will be able to test ride all of the latest and greatest bikes and gear on the IMBA Silver Ride Center Coldwater Mountain. Event website Schedule
Alabama Frontier Days focuses on demonstrating frontier life in the southeast during the period 1700-1820. The public can experience this living history as frontier trades and crafts are demonstrated by living historians in period correct costumes. The event takes place over four days, Wednesday to Saturday, from 9 AM to 4 PM each day. Saturday is Alabama Frontier Days Family Day, a great day for families to experience the event and see the forts. Admission charged: $8/adult and $7/child 6-18; free up to age 5. Fort Toulouse - Jackson Park 2521 W. Fort Toulouse Road Wetumpka, AL 36093 Forever Wild's purchase of 254 acres of upland pine-hardwood forest along the Alabama River serves as an addition to the Ft. Toulouse historic site.
Gate opens at 2 p.m. Friday for camping and closes at dark. Gate opens Saturday at 8 a.m. for open trails and fishing and closes at dark. Bank fishing permitted at Blue Heron Lake and Wood Duck Lake until 4 p.m. Checkout time for campers is 3 p.m. Sunday. Wehle Land Conservation Center