* Log Loading Competition * Log Pulling Competition * Mini Mania Show/Miniature * Donkeys & Mules * Driving Mule Show * Gaited Mule Championship * Pony Mule Pulling * Mule Pulling Championship * Draft Mule Show * Riding Mule Show More »


* Arts & Crafts Festival and Flea Market * Wagon Train * State Auctioneer Contest * Canasta, Pool & Corn Hole Tournaments * Liars’ Contest * Parade * Knife Auction 2014 * Beauty Pageant * Jackpot Races * Stick Mule Rodeo More »


* Park Admission & Souvenirs * Schedule of Events * Columbia Area Map * Check-in Center, Camping,Commercial Vendor Space,Concession Permits, Stalls & Disclaimer * Parade Route * Parade Entry Form/Rules * Advertisers Index More »


* Pickin and Grinnin * Bluegrass Music Fest * Line Dancing & Clogging * Square Dance * Worship Service * Gospel Singing More »


* Concessions * Hee-Haw Chili Supper * Ham & White Beans * Ham & Biscuits * Bloodys & Biscuits * Pancake Breakfast More »


2015 Schedule of Events


Click Here To Download a Printable 2015 Mule Day Event Schedule MONDAY, APRIL 6th, 2015 9:00 a.m. Wagon Train Departs WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8th, 2015 Early-Afternoon Wagon Train Arrives at Maury County Park 4:00 p.m. Mule Auction – Old Arena THURSDAY, APRIL 9th, 2015 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Arts & Crafts/Flea Market 10:00 a.m. –

2015 Mule Day Program


Click here to view the full online version of the 2015 Mule Day Program.

Wagon Train 2015


  Our Wagon Train which is one of our “Promotional Events”, gets a lot of attention as it travels through-out Middle Tennessee in the spring-time, on our beautiful “rural roads”, on the way into Columbia. It always “kicks-off” our week long event, and as it arrives at Maury County Park, people are lined-up on Lion

Mule Auction – Wednesday April 8th – Old Arena

The Draft (Working) Mule Papa = Jack Mama = Draft Mare (Belgian or Percheron) Average Weight = 1,300 to 1,500 Lbs.

We will be having a Mule Auction on Wednesday April 8, 2015.  It will be in the Walking Horse Arena (Old Arena).  We will start selling tack at 4:00 p.m.  The Mule Auction will start after the tack sales are completed.  The sale will be conducted by Lewisburg Livestock Market.  Outdoor Cooks will have a

Assessing Your Equine – by Meredith Hodges


Just like humans, all equines have different personalities. They’re not cookie cutters and should not all be treated the same way, so observe your equine whenever possible and see what he naturally likes to do, and then adjust your training program accordingly. Although each animal must go through the same kind of basic training to

History of Columbia Mule Day – by Dave Skillington


Columbia, Tennessee and Mule Day are “synonymous” to many people in the Southeast and with the growth of our “current festival” (in excess of 100,000 people during our Parade downtown), plus a mailing list that covers 35 states, plus Canada, it has become known as MULE TOWN USA. It all started more than 150 years



Many knew him as W.E. King, but his family and friends called him Dub. His is the late husband of the Mule Pull Director, Anita King. W.E. was a hardworking, family oriented man. He grew up working mules in the log woods with his father and brothers. He could tell you just about anything you

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