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Things To Know

Things To Know

Beer Garden: The beer garden is contained in the fenced ball park area.  Bring your ID if you plan on drinking alcohol. No outside alcohol or glass can be brought in or removed from the beer garden.

ATM: There are two Alpine Bank ATMs.  One is located in the food court area and the other is in the arts and crafts area.

Emergency Services & Lost & Found: The Glenwood Springs Police Department is located at the gazebo on the northwest corner of the park.

Information & T-Shirt Booth: Available near the gazebo in the northwest corner of the park.

Parking:  Vehicle parking around the park is limited, but there is plenty of FREE parking downtown and in the vicinity: Glenwood Springs High School, 1521 Grand Ave.; 9th & Cooper (parking structure); 8th & Cooper, CMC parking garage on 8th St. between Grand and Cooper.  There are designated handicapped parking spaces at Sayre Park along South Hyland Park Dr.

Bus:  Ride Glenwood has added a bus stop across the street from Sayre Park on Grand Ave. for the weekend.  The bus will run its regular schedule. ​Rides are only $1 each way.

Find a Ride Glenwood schedule at:  www.gwsco.gov/187.

Bike Parking:
This year, bicyclists will get a boost during Strawberry Days with BYOL (Bring Your Own Lock) bicycle parking. Check in your bicycle, enjoy the festival, then pick it up when ready to depart. The bicycle parking service will be at the north entrance to the park, as well as in the tennis courts.

​Bike parking will not be valet. ​

Information will be available there on better, safer bicycling opportunities in Glenwood Springs.


NO smoking at Sayre Park.
NO weapons of any kind at the festival.
NO glass.
No outside alcohol.
NO pets besides service dogs at Sayre Park.

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