About the event
The Town of Orange Park Fall Festival is Clay County’s oldest and largest Arts and Crafts Festival! The Fall Festival began in 1982 with roughly twelve craft booths and a couple guitar players. Thirty-six years later, this two-day festival has over 200 artists & vendors and two stages packed with entertainment from regional and local artists! The kids can bounce on inflatables in the Kids Zone. And, of course, the shopping is second to none with art, unique gifts, handmade quilts, jewelry, pottery, and even treats for your furry friends. What’s a festival without great food?! Our 30+ food vendors have it covered! Attendees will enjoy a wide variety of food from barbecue and local seafood to funnel cakes and turkey legs. Farmer’s Market fans can even pick up some fresh produce! Admission is free!
Why should you sponsor?
The Town of Orange Park Fall Festival is Clay County’s oldest and largest Arts and Crafts Festival! Our festival grounds are located just two miles south of Interstate 295 and the Jacksonville city limits. The Festival was named on of Southeast Tourism Society's Top 20 Events in the Southeast for the second year in a row and is a SunSational Award Winner with Florida Festivals & Events Association.
Fall Festival attracts 40,000+ attendees who come from all over North Florida, some as far away as the Carolinas and Tennessee. Based on post-event research, as well as Google and Facebook Analytics, we have determined that our audience is primarily women ages 25-45 years old with children at home. The majority of these women are married homeowners and fit into a wide variety of income brackets. Their common interests include travel, recreation, education, home décor and improvement, real estate and cooking. They value a family atmosphere and expect a high-quality experience. She is a heavy consumer of mommy blogs and a frequent poster on various social media sites.
In addition to this group, we also have Dads and Antiquers. Dads are typically “along for the ride” and prefer to watch rather than participate in activities. This means there is ample opportunity to chat and build a relationship with him. These men will make a beeline to booths showcasing technology, home improvement products or other manly things. Antiquers are predominately women 55+ years old who have attended the festival for several years. They are typically established in their homes and a long-term resident of the area. They like seeing the “oldie but goodie” vendors who return every year.
The Town of Orange Park - Gateway to Clay County
We are a small, family-oriented town with big city access. Here, we offer more than just a scenic view. Our Town is rich with amenities, activities, and services for residents of any age. Come enjoy our charming small Town that is lines with shady oak tree canopies and tucked in between the St. Johns River and Doctors Lake. Orange Park is a full-service municipality serving 8,622 residents and over 70,000 visitors that pass by each day.
Mission Statement: To provide safety, security, and effective services for residents, in a viable and sustainable community that preserves and improves our town's heritage for present and future generations.
Core Values: Integrity, accountability, transparency, ethics, and economic stewardship
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