Boaz, Alabama

Upcoming Events in Boaz Alabama


10 - 19 Alabama Wagon Train - Sign-up fee for participants. Train begins at Sand Mountain Saddle Club in Boaz and ends at Garrett Coliseum in Montgomery, site of the Southeastern Livestock Expo-sition—"The ride that warms your heart and tests your britches" covers 190 miles.

This journey from Boaz to Montgomery is one of the largest and oldest annual moving wagon trains in America.

As the name points out, the Alabama Wagon Train is a Train, not a trail ride. For 10 days, wagons, horses, livestock and driving teams will wake up at 4:30am and move out by 6am.

You do not have to ride the entire 10 days. You may ride a day, rest, and rejoin at a later camp.

Most of the ride takes place along the old Jackson Trace Trail and includes blacktop, side roads and trail rides. The ride concludes at the Southeastern Livestock Exposition in Montgomery.

Each camp is pre-set and made ready. The camp is catered on site with meals available for reasonable fee.

The people along the route are aware of the Alabama Wagon Trail and often come out to watch the Alabama Wagon Trail pass.

Address: Boaz , Boaz, Alabama
Ph: 256-593-9488 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free for spectators.


17 - 18 Boaz Annual Harvest Festival - An annual outdoor event with a variety of arts and crafts vendors, local entertainment, food vendors, farmer's market, Miss Harvest Festival Pageant, 5K/fun run, Rod Run, Children's play area. It's an eventful weekend. First Full Weekend.

Address: Downtown Boaz , Boaz, Alabama
Ph: (256) 593-8154 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free


19 Marshall County Craft Club Annual Christmas Craft Show - Similar to a craft mall, the show features more than 75 booths of unique, handmade crafts. A portion of each sale supports local children charities.

Address: Boaz Outlets , Boaz, Alabama
Ph: 256-878-7433 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free

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