The 23rd Annual Septemberfest is back and admission is still FREE! Fees for vendors and anglers be found at the Butler County Parks and Recreation Office.
Our Award Winning Youth Fishing Derby returns (yes, we have live fish in Alameda Waterpark), along with games, children activities, music, prizes, and the Annual Alameda Septemberfest Car Cruise. We will have a variety of food, crafters, and vendors of all types with us during the Septemberfest. The Craft and Vendor Show will be from 11:00am until 4:00pm. Please pre-register with the Butler County Parks and Recreation Office for a Vendor/Craft/Food space by Friday, September 4th. Call the Butler County Parks and Recreation Office at 724-284-5383 for more information or visit our website at https://bcpr.recdesk.com.
The Alameda Car Cruise will be among our vendors at the Alameda Septemberfest. Cars will be featured for all to see. Spots are first come; first serve and the first 100 cars will receive a dash plaque. Registration is not required and cars may show up same day of the event at no fee. Butler County Parks and Recreation also offers a drawing for all Car Cruise attendees to have their car displayed on the Septemberfest dash plaque. Drawing is called at 3:00pm the day of the event.
Fishing will be held on Sunday, September 27th from 11:00am to 2:00pm with the Award Winning 23rd Annual Alameda Youth Fishing Derby. Register at https://bcpr.recdesk.com. Please note that there is a 2.65% processing fee for registering online.
Mailed in registration forms must be received at the Butler County Parks and Recreation Office by no later than Friday, September 4th.
The cost is $7.00 per angler for pre-registration, and $9.00 per angler after September 4th. Please bring your own tackle, fishing pole, and bait. We will provide the fish! Anglers 2 to 15 years of age will fish from 11:00am-2:00pm. Gates will open 15 minutes early at 10:45am.
You can save time by pre-registering at the Park and Recreation office and by making sure your hooks have the barbs pinned down. Absolutely no over hand casting. Also there is a limit of 2 fish per angler and that limit can change to 1 at any time per the Park Program Manager.