Catoosa County Parks and Recreation to Host 2021 Fall Festival in New Location


The fourth annual Catoosa County Parks and Recreation Fall Festival will feature entertainment, food, activities and crafts for the whole family at the Ringold Recreation Complex off Emerson Drive this Saturday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

There is no charge to the public for parking and participation in the 2021 Fall Festival. Customers can enjoy activities such as inflatables, face painting, games, duck derby presented by Communities in Schools, food, craft vendors, corn pit and more.

“We are thrilled to bring our community together again for a fun, family day to celebrate the change of seasons and our local culture,” said Catoosa County Parks and Recreation Director Caitlin Sharpe. “The weather forecast is great and our Parks & Rec team are working hard with our food and craft vendors to ensure everyone has a memorable experience.”

Parking will be available in and around the Ringgold Recreation Complex on Emberson Drive. Updates will be on the Catoosa County Government and Catoosa County Parks and Recreation Facebook pages.


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