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March 2022


March 5

Say goodbye to winter and hello to riding season with WinterFest at Brimstone Recreation! Held on the first Saturday of March each year, WinterFest is a great time to get the ATV out of storage and head to Brimstone for a day of riding and fellowship.

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April 2022

Spring Planting Festival

April 23

The Spring Planting Festival is the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area's celebration of America's pioneer era. Held on the fourth Saturday of April each year, the Spring Planting Festival is an actual day of planting on a real pioneer homestead in the Big South Fork — just the way the original homesteaders used to do it. Watch the teams of horses guide the plows through the spring grasses to turn the ground, view demonstrations and vintage farming…

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May 2022

White Knuckle Event

May 27 - May 29

Hold on tight! Brimstone Recreation's White Knuckle Event is the premiere ATV festival in the Cumberlands each year. Held on Memorial Day weekend each May, White Knuckle is the Woodstock of ATV events, featuring guided rides, poker runs, mud bogs, and concerts every night, featuring some of Nashville's brightest young talent. (Event bands are included, in addition to Brimstone riding passes.)

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July 2022

Firemen’s Fourth Festival

July 4

The Cumberlands' best Independence Day festival is in Huntsville, Tenn. The town's firefighters host the Firemen's Fourth Festival each year on the 4th of July. A full day of food, vendors and fun events precedes the Independence Day parade at 7 p.m., and the region's largest fireworks display at 10 p.m. The event is held on the historic Courthouse Mall in downtown Huntsville, and admission is free!

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September 2022


September 16 @ 8:00 am - September 18 @ 5:00 pm

Each September, the Cumberland Mountains come alive with the rumble of ATVs and the echoes of live music, as Brimstone bids farewell to summer with Paragon, one of the nation's premiere ATV-themed festivals. The three-day event features guided rides, poker runs, live concerts and much more. An event band is required, in addition to a Brimstone riding pass.

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Haunting in the Hills

September 17

Are you ready to be scared? Head to the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area in September for Haunting in the Hills, a day-long storytelling festival presented by the National Park Service. Haunting in the Hills features a full day of music, vendors and storytelling, with the scary stories reserved for the night to conclude the event. It's a family-friendly event, but the ghost stories aren't for the faint of heart!

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Heritage Festival

September 24

The Museum of Scott County presents The Heritage Festival, a throwback to the pioneer era in Appalachia. This free event includes craft demonstrations, crafts for sale, bluegrass music, vendors and much, much more. It is held on the museum grounds, located on the campus of Scott High School in Huntsville. The Museum of Scott County is America's only museum to be designed, built and curated by high school students. In addition to the original history museum, the museum complex features…

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October 2022

Fall on the Mall

October 22 @ 3:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Fall on the Mall is the Scott County Chamber of Commerce's family-friendly celebration of Halloween and the fall harvest. Held each October on the historic Courthouse Mall in downtown Huntsville, Fall on the Mall offers fun for all ages, but especially for the kids. Typically, the event features lots of free kids games and activities, a petting zoo, vendors, food, a costume contest with cash prizes that begins at 3 p.m., a trunk-or-treat at 5 p.m., and a movie under…

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December 2022

Christmas Parade

December 3 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

The Scott County Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade is held on the first Saturday in December each year. This large parade marches through the streets of Oneida, from HBD/Thermoid in the downtown area to Oneida Elementary School behind Walmart. The parade steps off at 2 p.m. each year, with an inclement weather date of the following day (Sunday) at 3 p.m.

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