Shuttle on Skyline
Dates
Labor Day Weekend
September 2, 3 & 4, 2017
Saturday, Sunday and Monday

Times
8am – 10:30am breakfast
11:30am – 4:30pm lunch
Artist booths open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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Location - on the forested grounds of the Kings Mountain Community Center and Firehouse at 13889 Skyline Blvd. (Highway 35), above the town of Woodside, California.

Jessica Leiblein
Jessica Leiblein
2001-2016
There are several routes to choose from - for example, 6 miles south of Highway 92 (west of Highway 280, "the path of least resistance") or 2 miles north of Kings Mountain Road (up from Woodside, "the path of most resistance") or 6 miles north of Highway 84 (somewhere in between least and most). Click here for a map.

Parking is located along Skyline Blvd. Free shuttles run about one mile in each direction of the fair, with shuttle stops marked by signs. Shuttles run from 10am until 5pm. Please park to the right of the white line - we don't want you to receive a parking ticket and spoil your weekend.

We do not have a parking lot, therefore no handicap parking is available. Disabled attendees can be dropped off at the front entrance and be seated while companions park the car.

Several footpaths through the redwoods run adjacent to Skyline Boulevard for your stroll to the Fair. Southbound on Skyline, take two or three steps up any driveway on the west side and you will find the path. Northbound on the east side of Skyline you can pick up Huddart Park's Ridge (Skyline) Trail.

Gift Certificates are now available! To order, you can fill out this form and send via mail, or you can email giftcertificates@kingsmountainartfair.org or call (650) 851-2710 with your requests.

Michael Kelley
Michael Kelley
1985 - 2016.
Pets are respectfully requested to remain at home (except service dogs, of course). For more information, please see the FAQs.

Bicycle racks are available at the south entrance to the Fair, or you are welcome to dismount and stroll through with your bicycles.

Hiking to the Fair is easily accomplished as several local hiking trails through the redwoods are quite accessible from Huddart Park, Wunderlich Park, and Purisima Creek Redwoods Open Space. Click here for a trail map.

Horse trails also lead to the Fair. Trails leading from Woodside arrive at the Fire Station. Horse parking is best accommodated nearby at the Mountain House Restaurant, where several hitching posts are available.

Weather is variable. At approximately 2,000 feet elevation in the Coastal Mountain Range, the weather at the Fair is unpredictable. We may have foggy, cool, perfect sweater weather. Or it may be quite warm, in which case sunscreen is advised.

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