Saturday, October 14th and Sunday, October 15th, 2017
October 14th and 15th: 10 am – 6 pm
Unfortunately, our vendors and performers from May Day Fairie Festival (May, 2017) suffered a financial loss as well. For the Fall Fairie Festival, our vendors and performers are by invite-only to allow those vendors and performers an opportunity to recoup their losses. If you’re interested in vending or performing at our May Day Fairie Festival in 2018, please keep a watchful eye on our website for applications. They should be posted sometime this fall!
Volunteers can sign up to help with either the day to day operations of Spoutwood Farm, assisting in the preparation of the Fall Fairie Festival, and even assisting during the Fall Fairie Festival. The best way to get involved is by attending one of our general planning meetings or preparation work weekends, which are always open to the public. We encourage everyone to attend. Please check our calendar for upcoming meetings and events.
Ticket pricing details for adults and children ages 12 and over, including packages for weekends and families, can be found via here. Advance ticket sales are discounted for a limited time and no discounts or packages will be available at the gate. Children ages 3 through 12 years are always only $5. Children ages 2 years and under are always free.
Online advance ticket purchasing will be available shortly, with advance sale discounts ending Friday, October 6, 2017 at midnight. Full priced single day adult tickets and children’s tickets will be available online until Friday, October 13, 2017 at midnight. Full priced single day adult tickets and children’s tickets are also available at the gate during Festival hours.
Spoutwood Farm is located at:
4255 Pierceville Road
Glen Rock, PA 17327
You can use this address in your GPS or on an online mapping program for detailed directions.
Parking for the Fall Fairie Festival is located off-site at a neighboring farm on Pierceville Road and is $5 (CASH ONLY) per vehicle. Please follow posted signs for Official Festival Parking.
Handicap parking is located on-site at the entrance to Spoutwood Farm.
We highly encourage you to carpool to the Festival. Carpooling not only saves on gas and parking fees, but it reduces your carbon footprint.
Due to weather-related safety concerns during the May Day Fairie Festival 2017, we are actively working on securing alternative paved parking. More details will come as soon as they’re available.
Parking is $5, CASH ONLY. The on-site ATM is only available once inside the Festival.
In the Shrewsbury/Glen Rock area, we recommend the Hampton Inn, a Fairie Festival sponsor for many years. Many of our performers and vendors stay at this hotel, so you’re likely to bump into some incredibly creative fae during your stay.
For those who prefer to camp, many of our attendees camp at the nearby Codorus State Park.
Other accommodations can be found in York County, Pennsylvania and Hunt Valley, Maryland. Both of these areas are within about 30 minutes of Spoutwood Farm.
YES! We welcome four-legged friends at Spoutwood Farm and during our festivals.
Pets are allowed at the Fall Fairie Festival, but they must be kept on a leash, cleaned up after, and are the owner’s full responsibility at all times. Should your four-legged friend pose any problems while at the festival, Spoutwood Farm reserves the right to remove him/her from the festival grounds. Our farm will be full of a diverse range of patrons, vendors, and performs as well as unusual sights, sounds, and smells. Please take these factors into consideration when deciding whether or not to bring your dog, cat, rabbit, or other pet with you.
Of course! We encourage everyone to dress up in their fairie finest for the Festival. Remember, this is a Fall Fairie Festival. We’re very curious to see what your faerie-self wears in autumn!
No. Spoutwood Farm has always operated under a NO WEAPONS policy. No toy, replica, or real weapons allowed. Please leave them at home. Guests bringing weapons to the front gate will be denied entry until their items are returned to their cars.
Some performances may include pre-approved prop weapons and will be used ONLY during performances.
You will need $5 CASH for parking. The Festival Front Gate cannot process credit cards (our internet connection at the front of the farm is limited and sometimes unavailable). Please bring cash for your entrance fee or buy our tickets online in advance.
Some vendors do accept credit cards and some are cash-only. There have occasionally been technical difficulties with card readers. There will be an ATM on site, but we also recommend that our patrons bring cash just in case.
Yes. There will be an ATM located near the Maypole Court. Check the Festival grounds map in our program when you get there!
Many of our vendors are only able to accept cash payment, so we do our best to provide an ATM for our guests. Nevertheless, we do recommend that our patrons bring cash just in case.
All are welcome at Spoutwood Farm and our festivals. Individuals with wheelchairs and other mobility aids do attend. We provide handicap parking at the entrance of the farm.
However, please note that the Fall Fairie Festival takes place on a working farm in the rolling hills of Glen Rock, Pennsylvania. As such, there are hills and rocky terrain. If it rains, there will be a lot of mud. The farm can be rough on wheelchairs and scooters.
Smoking is allowed ONLY in designated smoking areas. This includes vaping and e-cigarettes. The Festival has two smoking courts: one near the Sunshine Court area and one at the top of Frodo Hill.
Signs for our Smoking Courts are posted around the farm, and you can always ask a Yellow Page or Staff Member where the nearest one is. We’ll be happy to point you in the right direction. We respect your choice to smoke. Please respect our other patrons’ choice to not and remember that there are many young fae running around.
Spoutwood Farm is covered in growing things, including poison ivy and thorny plants. There are also a lot of rocks and gravel on the grounds, as well as ticks. While we do our best to control the poison and keep our pathways clear, we strongly encourage you to protect your feet and wear shoes during your visit.
YES. Please wear shoes and protect your feet. There are washing stations by the port-a-potties to wash hands if you think you’ve come into contact with those pesky little leaves-of-three. Remember to do a thorough check for ticks after your day at the festival.
We do our best to select food vendors who serve a range of foods, including options for those with dietary restrictions such as vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free. While not all vendors will offer all of these options, most of our guests are able to find plenty of delicious treats at our festivals.
No. The Fall Fairie Festival is an alcohol-free event. No alcohol will be for sale on-site and we request that you leave yours at home for after-revels. Spoutwood Farm reserves the right to deny entry or remove patrons from the grounds if alcohol is found on a patron or if a patron is publicly inebriated.
There are several holidays that are celebrated in conjunction with Fall and we will do our best to represent a diverse array of them and pull inspiration from many different cultures. There will be many tricks and many treats at the Fall Fairie Festival, but there will not be a community-style trick-or-treat at the festival.