Old West Festival Announces Kids Country Highlights

Old West Festival Cincinnati

Here at Family Friendly Cincinnati, in addition to being one of our advertisers, the Old West Festival is one of our favorite events each year.  A scene out of a true western movie, the Old West Festival will be hustling and bustling again in just a few weeks,  running Saturdays and Sundays, September 6 – October 6.

While there is a lot we could tell you about the festival (and we will tell you more soon), today we’re just sharing information about Kids Country. As part of Kids Country, young cow pokes can ride a steam locomotive inspired train,  ponies and in even take a ride in a covered wagon.  On top of that, they’ll have lots of children’s games, panning for gold, face painting and more.

Old West FestivalDouble A Express | Kids Country

The AA Express Children’s Train is an electric train that takes the young cowboys and cowgirls on a 10 minute route…watch out for train robbers!
Cost: $2 Child (12 and under) / $3 Adult

Pony Rides | Black Horse Livery

Pony Rides are available all day at The Old West Festival. Hand led Pony’s and horses make every rider feel like a real cowboy!
Cost: $5 per rider

Covered Wagon Rides | Kids Country

The Old West Festival covered wagon makes a passenger feel like they are headed west. Through the prairies of the grounds, our covered wagon is a must ride.
Cost: $1 Child/ $3 per Adult

Panning for Gold | Kids Country

Come search for treasure, just like they did in the days of the wild west!
Cost: $3 Small / $5 Large


The Old West Festival runs Saturdays and Sundays, September 7 to October 6 from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. and is located at 1449 Greenbush Cobb Rd between Mt. Orab and Williamsburg, Ohio just off St. Rt. 32. For more information, visit www.oldwestfestival.com.


Learn more about the Old West Festival

PS. Stay tuned for information on a ticket giveaway!

Disclosure: The Old West Festival is an advertiser with Family Friendly Cincinnati. They are giving us tickets to giveaway on Family Friendly Cincinnati.

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