The safety and security of our visitors is the most important aspect of the Lebanon Strawberry Festival. As the festival grows in size and the world changes around us, it is becoming more and more important for specific safety measures to be in place. Our security team is highly trained by the DPSST and we have consulted at length with the department of Homeland Security to ensure your utmost safety while visiting the Strawberry Festival. Below are some things to expect when you attend the festival.
Bag checks upon entry
Clear bags required when entering. Backpacks and large bags that are not clear will not be allowed in the festival. Clear bags will be available to purchase at entry gates.
No Coolers, food containers, cooking equipment will be allowed.
Outside food will be allowed if in a clear container so it can be identified.
Clear water bottles and water will be allowed, No hydro flasks, or water containers allowed with beverages in them upon entry. These bottles are allowed if empty and can be filled inside the gates.
We will have a water spout on-site with FREE water for you to fill water bottles if needed.
No weapons will be allowed
No outside alcohol is allowed
No pets allowed. Service dogs only.
Please make arrangements for your pets and DO NOT bring them and leave them in your vehicles. Pets in vehicles will be removed by law enforcement.
Roaming security officers, Crowd Control volunteers and Alcohol monitors throughout the festival.
Certified medical personnel on site with a first aid station located between the vendors and carnival area.
Signage throughout festival will indicate exit locations and site maps.
Admission tickets are good for 1 day only unless you purchase a season pass. Re-entry is allowed ONLY with a wristband or hand stamp for the day of entry.
When exiting the park you must turn right out of the parking lot from the west exit gate. If you exit at the end of the night from the east exit gate you will be required to turn left and take Weirich road to River Rd. Weirich Cut-off will be closed to all festival traffic.