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Earl Park Fall Festival

Est. 1972
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See You in 2022!

50th Annual Festival

September 2nd thru 5th, 2022 – Earl Park, Indiana 

Earl Park Welcome Sign

Weekend fun for the whole family!

Founded in 1972, the Earl Park Fall Festival has brought the community together through music, camping, sports, games, food, and much more! Learn more about the history of Earl Park.

The Fall Festival is widely known for its FREE FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT including:

  • Truck & Tractor Pull
  • Bluegrass Music
  • Demolition Derby
  • Parade
  • Car Show
  • Softball Tournament
  • Horseshoe & Wa-shoo Tournaments
  • Pedal Tractor Pull
  • Sand Volleyball, and more!

Help Support The Earl Park Fall Festival Foundation Inc.


Help keep our park a shady place. Donate to the park tree fund today and help keep our park green.

Help keep our playground a fun and safe place to play. Donate to the playground fund today and help keep our park fun!

You can also give by setting your Amazon account to donate via the AmazonSmile Program.

Festival Info

The festival’s large committee of volunteers is busy planning all of the special events that happen during the annual Labor Day weekend event. Anyone attending the festival can enjoy a craft and flea market, Bluegrass music, and concession food stands each day of the festival. There is a different dinner specialty everyday, including a fish fry, spaghetti dinner, chicken noodle dinner, and chicken dinner.

NO PETS ALLOWED ANYWHERE with the exception of service animals. Service animals must be checked in at the office. OFF ROAD VEHICLES (INCLUDING GOLF CARTS) are NOT permitted within the grounds whatsoever. Only official vehicles are allowed on the festival grounds.

2022 - Officers
Position Chairperson
Chairperson Troy Strasburger
Secretary Beth Budreau
Treasurers Stephanie Schulte
Jen Schutter
Groundskeeper Marc Strasburger


2022 - Chairpersons
Event Chairperson
Bluegrass Kenny Stone
Autoshow Josh Sondgeroth & Dan Poindexter
Camping Spots Val Murphy
Commercial Spots “Food Vendor” Ben Schutter
Demolition Derby Director Jeff Strasburger
Demolition Derby Co-Chair Chris Butler
Demolition Derby Registrar Lions Club
Flea Market Dave Schutter & Audrey Freeland
Hog Roast Co-chair Troy Strasburger & Jamie Cackley
Horseshoes Matt Rosandich & Dustin Caudill
Parade Mackenzie Sondgeroth & Riley Ishmiel
Kids Pedal Tractor Pull Josh Spiker
Little Rascal Races Beth Budreau & Audrey Freeland
Publicity Kyle Brock
Raffle Megan Strasburger & Courtney Krug
Sand Volleyball Paige Stacy & Brittany Forston
Softball Todd Munson
Truck & Tractor Pull Max Murphy & Kenny Budreau
Wa-shoos James Couch & Reann Weber
Wa-shoos (Kids) Randy Schluttenhofer


Get Here

The festival is held at the town park about 7 miles south of the intersection of US 41 and US 24 (Kentland, IN).

Vendor Info

If you’re interested in becoming a vendor review the guidelines and complete a reservation form and waiver.