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Celebrate the season at Fall Festival November 11

Celebrate the season at Fall Festival November 11

published: November 6th, 2023 by in AIPCA Updates, Drummond Point Park, News & Events, Special Events, The Oaks

Sat Nov 11 | 12-3 pm | Drummond Point Park

Join us for a fabulous fall afternoon of great food and family fun! Best of all — it’s all free!

The annual Fall Festival brings our community together in beautiful Drummond Point Park to celebrate this wonderful time of year here in AIP. Always held the second Saturday in November, this year’s festival will be 12-3 pm November 11.

In honor of Veterans Day, we’ll have special name tags for festival-goers who have served in our nation’s armed services. We’ll take a moment at 1 pm to salute our veterans and thank them for their service.

The Fall Festival is sponsored by AIPCA with support from Omni Amelia Island Resort, the Amelia Island Club, Osprey Village, the Amelia Island Plantation Foundation, and the Drummond Point Park Boules Club. Hope to see you there!

Hop on the free shuttle for easy in and out
Parking at Drummond Point Park is limited to our members who need handicapped parking and to those arriving in golf carts. All others should take the complimentary shuttle which runs every 15 minutes from Racquet Park. This avoids street parking and any inconvenience to neighbors.

Two shuttles are available to make sure you get to the park hassle-free. The first shuttle of the day departs from Racquet Park at 11:45 am and the last shuttle will depart Drummond Point Park at 3:30 pm.

Walking and biking are also great ways to get to the fun at Drummond Point Park!

Come hungry!
Food Trucks
Pickup your meal ticket at the welcome table for your choice of a burger with all the fixings, hot dog or corn dog with condiments, or a delicious roasted vegetable wrap with avocado chipotle aioli. All served with tasty kettle chips! All three meals available at both trucks.

Popcorn Bar
Treat yourself to some delicious popcorn! Enjoy it plain or mix it up with tasty toppings like chocolate and caramel syrups, different salts, and candies.

Assorted Cookies
Thank you Amelia Island Club!

Soft drinks & bottled water
Thank you Osprey Village!

S’mores Bar
S’mores are always a delicious treat. Toast up a marshmallow, add a Hershey’s chocolate bar, and put them between two graham crackers. Yum! Try a Reese’s peanut butter cup or a KitKat bar for a tasty twist.

Fun and games
Field Day
Lace up your sneakers and get ready for some fun! We have six exciting competitions that you can join in on, with one starting every 20-30 minutes. Choose from ThreeLegged Race, Pencil Flip, Pipeline, Bounce Up, Tower of Hanoi, Archery, and Wrecking Ball. You and your group can take part in as many events as you like. Plus, there are fun prizes for grown-ups and kids to win!

Petting Zoo
Wow, too cute! Get up close and personal with bunnies, goats, sheep, guinea pigs and more. So adorable.

Get to know petanque
Petanque (pronounced “pay-tonk”), is a cousin of both horseshoes and bocce. The aim is to toss or roll a number of hollow steel balls (“boules”) as close as possible to a small target ball. It’s easy to learn and fun to play! Members of AIP’s own Drummond Point Park Boules Club will introduce adults to the basics of petanque, which has developed quite a following here on Amelia Island.

Pumpkin Decorating
Create pumpkin art at our Pumpkin Painting Design & Delight Station. Pick a ceramic pumpkin, decorate it to please, and take it home to perk up your fall decor. Perfection!

Rock & Shell Painting
Grab a paintbrush and create your own mini masterpiece. Once again, the Amelia Island Plantation Foundation is sponsoring this fun activity. Take your rock or shell home and cherish it, or leave it somewhere for someone to find and make their day!

There’s more!
Corn hole
Ladder golf
Photo booth
Face painting
Balloon artist
Bounce house
Line dancing

Please note
Drummond Point Park will be closed the morning of Saturday, November 11, until the Fall Festival opens at 12 noon.

Because of the high foot traffic and presence of a variety of animals at the petting zoo, please leave pets at home. Service animals under control of their handler are welcome.