Category Archives: Need To Know



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

2016 Schedule of Events


Download 2016 Schedule Here MONDAY, MARCH 28th, 2016 9:00 a.m.    Wagon Train Departs    Page 8 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30th, 2016 Mid-Afternoon    Wagon Train Arrives at Maury County Park    Page 8 THURSDAY, MARCH 31st, 2016 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.    Arts & Crafts/Flea Market    Page 4 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.    Live Music at Main Stage    All

Welcome Visitors


We are honored you have chosen to enjoy this event with us! We thank you for visiting Columbia and Maury County for Mule Day 2014. Our hope is that you can say you were treated with southern hospitality by the citizens of Columbia and that you will come back and explore more of what our City has to offer. Again, thank you for joining us in celebrating our historic past and exciting future. We hope to see you back here next year for the 2015 Mule Day Celebration.



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

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



Italian sausage and peppers…roasted corn…pizza…philly cheese steaks…onion blossoms…kettle corn…hot apple fritters…funnel cakes…ice cream…nachos…lemonade…cotton candy…county ham and of course hamburgers and hot dogs. As you enjoy the activities of Mule Day be sure to sample all your favorite foods.  All food concessions are open until 7:00 PM, and are inspected by the Tennessee Health Department.  For

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