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Things to Know/FAQs


Douglas County PrideFest is held on a large field in Parker. Feel free to bring sunscreen, water and a camping chair or blanket. You can expect vendors, food trucks, and entertainment on the main stage, but there will be so much more! You can plan to stay for hours and have plenty to do.

Please note: Motsenbocker (the road used to access Salisbury Park) will be closed in one direction on the 4th. Navigation apps seem to be doing a great job. You’ll just need to plan for a small detour. 


Is this event accessible?
This year, PrideFest will be held in a big open flat field with mowed native grass. Mobility aids are welcome and should not have an issue getting around. Additionally, we will have a wider entrance this year to accommodate all attendees. There will be marked accessible parking near the entrance and accessible PortaPotties available.

We are working hard to ensure our event is as inclusive as possible. If you think there's something we should consider, we’d love to hear it. 

This is an equestrian park. Will there be horses?
This is an equestrian park, but there are no horses kept on the premises.

Are dogs allowed?

Yes, well behaved dogs are allowed. Please consider the heat of the day before you decide to bring your pup.

What does security look like?
Safety is our #1 priority. We are working with Parker PD and our own security team to ensure our event is safe both emotionally and physically. Our Code of Conduct will be enforced. If you have specific questions, please reach out. 

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