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Come to Nauvoo to have a "grape" time!

Nauvoo, IL- Come join us in celebrating this Labor Day tradition with Nauvoo's 84th annual grape festival. Probably the oldest festival in West Central Illinois, the Nauvoo Grape Festival has become a well-known attraction in the Tri-State area. Join in the family fun with new Carnival rides, events, contests, parades, and more on September 2nd, 3rd, and 4th! Most events occurring in the Nauvoo State Park!

With free admission, you can browse the arts and crafts, see the carnival rides and games, find your favorite fair food, tour the local museums, walk around the custom auto show, and more! Additional features such as the carnival rides, mud volleyball, the grape stomp 5K, and entertainment tents require a small admission fee.

As always start out your Saturday and Sunday mornings with the pancake breakfast at 7 AM at the Nauvoo State Park shelter house. Saturday morning you can also enjoy Co-Ed mud volleyball and the Grape Stomp 5k with the parade at 2 PM through downtown Nauvoo. Sunday you can enjoy the 45th annual custom car show, the feature parade at 2 PM throughout Nauvoo, and much more!