Mason-Dixon Appalachian Trail Outdoor Fest
10am - 4pm
Red Run Park
12143 Buchanan Trail East
Waynesboro, Pennsylvania 17268
Looking to sign up as a vendor or set up a display? Fill out the appropriate form from the list below.
- Food Vendor Registration 2019
- Non-Food Vendor Registration 2019
- Non-Profit Education Agreement 2019
- Sponsorship Form 2019
Payments can be mailed to:AT Community
P.O. Box 325
Blue Ridge Summit, PA 17214 Deadline of May 7 to be included in PR and posters.
Final Deadline - June 7.
More Info Coming Soon!
Check back soon for updates about this years festival! See below for highlights for last year's (2018) festival.
2018 Festival Highlights
Buchanan Auto Park
A special thanks to Buchanan Auto Park, our lead sponsor!
The Native Niche
Returning to this year's Festival! Rebecca Shubert's focus on native species makes this a unique opportunity to add butterfly and
hummingbird-friendly plants to your garden. The featured plants for June 16 are the 'Appalachian Trail' cultivar of the foamflower, Tiarella cordifolia,
and Appalachian Sedge, Carex appalachica, which is native to dry woods of the eastern US, making it a good groundcover for a dry, shady site.
Part of the Proceeds from the sales of those plants will be donated to our Appalachian Trail Community.
South Mountain Supply Company
Also will be joining our Outdoor Festival! Jared and Kara Ferraro
specialize in many U.S.A. made products, including locally made beef jerky, hiking and camping supplies, and
dog-friendly items! They are donating a door prize for June 16.
Cash or check only
One week of summer Adventure Camp at Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve (value $170)
Three months’ membership at Ft. Richie Community Center or room rental (value $100)
Guided A.T.Hike with picnic lunch by Peggy Weller
Handcrafted Bluebird House by Bruce Rowland
Hiking Supplies and First Aid from South Mountain Supply Company
Art by Steve Burdette
Peace by Piece handcrafted earrings and notecards by Mary Ellen Selvaggio
Meet the Hikers
There will be opportunities for the general public to “Meet the Hikers” and learn of their trail experiences and hiking recommendations. Brio Coffeehouse, Krystal’s Cakes and Confections, Sheetz and Red Run Grill supply our visiting hikers with donations of food and drink.