Where in Lebanon is the festival located?
The festival is located in the historic, downtown section of Lebanon, Ohio, on the following streets:
- On Broadway Street, from Silver St. to Main St.
- On Mulberry Street, from Sycamore St. to Cherry St.
- On Mechanic Street, from The City Building parking lot to The Medicine Shoppe.
Is the festival one day or two days?
Country Applefest is a one day festival only.
Where can I park?
Limited parking is available at the four City of Lebanon Municipal parking lots:
- Sycamore Street - between Silver St. and West Mulberry St.
- Sycamore Street - behind the Golden Lamb.
- Intersection of W. Main St. /St. Rte 63 and Sycamore St (Electric Dept parking lot)
- Mechanic Street - behind the City of Lebanon City Building
Is there a Free Shuttle?
Yes! Park at Sweeney-Wallace Chrysler Dodge Jeep at the Main street/ West street intersection and take advantage of the free shuttle
Is there handicapped parking available?
Yes. Handicapped parking will be available on South Mechanic Street in the lot next to the Lebanon Theatre Company across from the larger City Municpal lot at the corner of Mechanic and Main St.
Most of the City of Lebanon municipal lots also have limited handicapped parking spaces available.
What do I do if my child becomes lost?
In the event that a child is lost at Country Applefest, the committee will work with local police for assistance. Please let your children know when you arrive at the festival, that if they should become separated from you that they should come to the Country Applefest Information Booth at Broadway and Mulberry (in front of LCNB bank) and we will help notify the authorities.
Is there a good family meeting spot?
If your group decides to walk around the festival separately and then meet at a specific time, a good meeting spot recommended is in front of the Golden Lamb, it is visible from most of Broadway and a well-known landmark.
Where is the Country Applefest information booth located?
The information booth is located at the intersection of Broadway and Mulberry, in front of Lebanon Citizens National Bank. We have a bright RED tent to make it easier to find!!!
What kind of foods are sold during the festival?
A large variety of great food will be available. Apple Fritters, Apple pies, Caramel apples, Fudge covered apples, BBQ sandwiches, pork chops, kettle corn, ham sandwiches, brats, metts, hot dogs, burgers, Southern BBQ ribs, and much more!
What kind of crafts are sold during the festival?
A large variety of homemade crafts will be available. Pottery, jewelry, wood crafts, wreaths, wooden toys, primitive decorations, ornaments, sewn items, herbel soaps, stained glass, quilts, fabric pails, and more.
How will I know what booths are selling apple items?
The Country Applefest information booth can direct you.
How can I become a vendor?
Please see our Vendor Information page on this website.
Can I use a generator in my booth?
No, we do not allow generators of any kind!
Can I bring my pet to the festival?
Please leave your pets at home. As much as we love animals, Country Applefest is a "pet free" event at the request of our insurance carrier. Service animals, such as a seeing eye dog or medical dog, are acceptable and welcome.
Where are the restrooms located for visitors?
Full- service restrooms are available on the 2nd floor of the City Building. Port-O Lets are also available at each end of Mulberry Street and each end of Mechanic Street
Where is the first aid booth located?
The first aid booth is located at the end of East Mulberry St. near Cherry. In the event of an emergency and you are unable to access the First Aid booth, please call 911 and advise operator what store front you are near.
Do you allow informational booths?
No, we are arts, crafts, and food only.
Do you allow distribution of information (ie. handing out flyers or pamphlets?
We ask that groups or individuals do not hand out literature of any type or hand out any advertising materials. While the person may take it from the person or child handing it out, more often than not they later throw them down on the ground adding to the garbage on the streets. Please respect this rule!