The festival has over 200 vendors and usually attracts over 35,000 guests each year.
The Loris Bog-Off is an annual festival that takes place each year on the third Saturday in October.
The event is a great display of local food, art and music.
Admission is 22.99 USD for adults (ages 13 through 61), 20.99 USD for seniors (age 62 and over), 19 USD for military members and 16.99 USD for children (ages 4 through 12) and children 3 years of age and younger have free admission.
The park hosts live shows with a variety of topics including: alligator feedings, alligator handling lectures, and snake handling.
For younger guests the Treetop Junior is a more appropriate activity that is available for all ages, with a minimum height of 99 centimeters (3 feet 3 inches).
Tickets for those ages 16 and 17 are 25 USD and all others are 28 USD.The festival is also home to a large kid’s play pavilion, car show, concert and fireworks show.The event first began in 1980 as a chicken bog cooking competition, but over the years it has grown to include so much more.This repurposed gas station from the 1920s is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and also serves coffee all day. Guests have said the food was fresh and delicious and that they enjoyed the friendly staff.It is very evident that the owners of this quaint establishment put a lot of time, effort and love into its being.Instructors here teach the English style of riding, as well as equestrian jumping.