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


2018 Schedule of Events


Download 2018 Schedule of Events Here SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24th, 2018 Beauty Pageant CSCC        Page 50 MONDAY, APRIL 2nd, 2018 9:00 a.m.    Wagon Train Departs    Page 8 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4th, 2018 Mid-Afternoon    Wagon Train Arrives at Maury County Park    Page 8 THURSDAY, APRIL 5th, 2018 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.    Ham Biscuits (7-10); Ham Beans

The Best of Columbia: Mule Day, Main Street and More! by Kelly Murphy


The Best of Columbia: Mule Day, Main Street and More! Welcome to the beautiful city of Columbia, just 45 minutes south of Nashville, Tennessee and 80 miles north of Huntsville, Alabama. We’re so glad you’re here for our time-honored tradition we call Mule Day. This week-long celebration is rooted in the rich agricultural history of

Parade Downtown – Saturday 11:00 AM


 Click Here for Parade Rules & Entry Info NOTICE!! January 27th, 2018 Important Mule Day Parade UPDATE: The traditional parade route for the 2018 Mule Day Parade will not be re-directed this year as first reported by City of Columbia officials in late 2017. Due to delays beyond the control of the City, the West



Download the printable Columbia Area Map, Parade Route and Park Map.

Park Admission & Souvenirs


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 for camping. Price includes state amusement tax and are good for all in park activities, excluding rides. Souvenirs

Welcome Visitors


 —————————————————————- Welcome to the “Mule Capital of the World” —————————————————————- Dear Columbia Guests/Friends: The City of Columbia welcomes you to a unique and memorable event, Mule Day 2018. We honor our past during Mule Day, which has grown into an almost weeklong event. We are pleased that you have chosen to celebrate with us. Columbia

Check-in Center, Camping, Commercial Vendor Space, Concession Permits, & Stalls


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

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