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Join us in celebrating the heroes and history of America.

 

Get an up-close and hands-on look at antique equipment, including: tractors, engines, cars, steam trains, airplanes and much more. Hosted at the historic Santa Margarita Ranch on California’s beautiful central coast, this unique event is fun for the whole family!

Memorial Day Weekend at the Historic Santa Margarita Ranch

 

May 24-26, 2024

8am - 5pm

 

General Admission (Day Pass): $15

Weekend Pass: $30

Children Age 5 & Under: Free

NO ANIMALS OF ANY KIND

Day of Schedule

Friday May 24th, 2024

8:00 am

Gates Open

Santa Margarita Ranch

9:45 am

Train Rides Begin

*Pricing not included

10:00 am

Food and Beer Open

10:00 am

Blacksmith Demos Begin

10:30 am

Tractor Parade

Tractor Area

2:00 pm

Earth Moving Demo

Tractor Area

1:30 pm

Tractor Parade

Tractor Area

3:00 pm

Plowing Demo

Tractor Area

4:45 pm

Last Call on Train

5:00 pm

Gates Close

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Saturday May 25th, 2024

8:00 am

Gates Open

Santa Margarita Ranch

9:45 am

Train Rides Begin

*Pricing not included

10:00 am

Food and Beer Open

10:00 am

Blacksmith Demos Begin

10:30 am

Tractor Parade

Tractor Area

12 Noon

Military Salute

Bar Area

12:45 pm

Military Parade

1:30 pm

Tractor Parade

Tractor Area

2:00 pm

Earth Moving Demo

Tractor Area

3:00 pm

Plowing Demo

Tractor Area

4:45 pm

Last Call On Train

5:00 pm

Gates Close

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Sunday May 26th, 2024

8:00 am

Gates Open

Santa Margarita Ranch

9:45 am

Train Rides Begin

*Pricing not included

10:00 am

Food and Beer Open

10:00 am

Blacksmith Demos Begin

10:30 am

Tractor Parade

Tractor Area

12 Noon

Military Salute

Bar Area

12:45 pm

Military Parade

1:30 pm

Tractor Parade

Tractor Area

2:00 pm

Earth Moving Demo

Tractor Area

3:00 pm

Plowing Demo

Tractor Area

4:45 pm

Last Call On Train

5:00 pm

Gates Close

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Trains

Trains leave every 30 min or so (come on, it’s an old train, she gets going when she gets goin’) from 9:45am – 4:45pm Friday through Sunday; except during the Military Salute; pricing is not included in ticket admission.

Food Court

Farm Bureau Tri Tip, Heavenly Hot Dogs, Jerry’s Tacos, Bellow Pizza, Templeton Drama Cotton Candy, Cruising Cones Ice Cream

Tickets

Day Pass: $15

Weekend Pass: $30

Children age 5 & under: Free

NO ANIMALS OF ANY KIND

Exhibitor: Free

Each exhibitor will receive two complimentary weekend passes. No yard sale items. Even though it is FREE you will still need to register through the button below. We have the right to deny all exhibitors.

RV Parking: Exhibitor & Vendors Only $50

RV Parking: Exhibitor ONLY. Parking for up to a week. No dump stations or utility hook-ups, non-transferable.

Vendor Space: Free

Each vendor will receive two complimentary weekend passes. Vendor items must be complimentary with the displays of the theme of the Show. We have the right to deny all vendors.

PRPDC will require 20% of gross sales.

If you would like to be a vendor contact Tara at taratedeschi@gmail.com or Emily at ebrush@arb.bank.

RV Camping Package (Non Exhibitors):

$150  includes 2 weekend passes

Each additional weekend pass is $30.00 for those over 5 years of age.

 

RV Parking for up to a week. No dump stations or utility hook-ups, non-transferable.

Register
Exhibitor Forms

If you would like to be a vendor contact Tara at taratedeschi@gmail.com or Emily at ebrush@arb.bank.

Interested in exhibiting? It’s Free and you’ll receive discounted camping. Here's what we're looking for:

Tractors, implements and vintage articles utilized in farming, earth moving, logging and general rural life. Dated 1970’s and older.

“Classic” automobiles and motorcycles.

Military vehicles, tanks, halftracks, jeeps, trucks, and any other tracked or wheeled type of vehicle used in the military of any country at any time.

Any other items and displays that are complementary to the above. Blacksmithing? early-American history reenactments? If in doubt, email us with a description and photo.

Engines. We welcome steam or gas engines dating 1850 to 1950, including hit and miss engines and power units.

Horses and Mules. The “original tractor,” we love having animals with wagons, carts, plows, graders, etc.

 

Please contact Wade Taylor of the Paso Robles Pioneer Day Committee if interested in bringing equine at

805-550-1078.

Trucks. This includes antique trucks, firetrucks, and trailers utilized in farming, ranching, construction, trucking or commerce of any type.

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