Download 2017 Schedule of Events Here MONDAY, MARCH 27th, 2017 9:00 a.m. Wagon Train Departs Page 8 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29th, 2017 Mid-Afternoon Wagon Train Arrives at Maury County Park Page 8 THURSDAY, MARCH 30th, 2017 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Ham Biscuits (7-9); Ham Beans (9-5) Maury Senior Center Page 18 10:00 a.m. – 7:00
Tori Brown was selected 2016 Mule Day Queen during late February at Columbia State Community College. In July, the rising junior at Santa Fe Unit School put the finishing touches on a National Clay Target Shooting Championship in Merango, Ohio.
This followed up Brown’s regional and state championships she earned in June and it helped lead the school’s Sharpshooter team to…
We welcome you all to Mule Day in Columbia, TN! Mule Day began in 1840 as a “Breeders Day” when mule breeders would meet in Columbia to trade. It is now the largest event in our area and brings in over 100,000 visitors to enjoy the huge parade, mule shows, southern food and fun! While
Click For Parade Map Click Here for Parade Rules & Entry Info The parade will again end at the main gate of Columbia Academy, located on West 7th Street, just past the railroad tracks. This will provide better viewing for more people and will help with the traffic congestion downtown, during
Festivities Begin Mule Day festivities begin Thursday at 10AM. See Schedule of Events for complete list of activities. Park Admission Thursday $5, Friday and Saturday $10; under 12 Free; Sunday Free. Weekend passes available for only $18. All campers are required to have weekend passes whenever they arrive. Please get them when you make arrangements
Welcome to an exciting week of everything “Mule” in Columbia, TN! There are lots of wonderful events in store as we celebrate all things related to mules.
Mule Day began in 1840 as “Breeder’s Day,” a meeting for mule breeders in Columbia. Now during this week in April of 2017 we will have over…
Check-In Center The Red Top Log Cabin at the entrance to Maury County Park will be used as a Check-in Center for exhibitors, concessionaires and people bringing equipment that need assistance. Our visitors that know where they are going, have the correct paperwork, etc. need not stop at the cabin. The cabin will be open
State Law requires that your animals have proof of an Equine Infectious Anemia (Coggins) Test, done in the last 12 months must be presented for verification before animals are permitted on the grounds or to participate at Mule Day functions. Equine that are sold require the Coggins done within the last six months. Further, Tennessee