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NOTE:  Sherlock Field will not be used for the Mini-Fest.

Utility Sites are bundled with a Tuesday Early Entry Pass and are available for purchase through  Mail Orders Only.  Email us at jennybrookbluegrass@gmail.com so we can find an available spot for you to reserve.  They normally go fast!

Call 802-518-2126.  Summer Hours vary so leave a message and we’ll return your call as soon as we return.

MINI-FEST INFORMATION

The MiniFest will be on a smaller scale than what we normally have at the festival in June, we will only be having the Main Stage (outside)/Pavillion(inside) entertainment instead of all of the side stages for 3 days instead of 5.  This is why we are calling it the MiniFest.

  • Gates will open on Tuesday at noon for fans who want to come early and enjoy the Vermont foliage and spend time with their friends.  This will also be a great time for around-the-clock field picking!
  • The Sherlock Field  (the field across the river) will not be available during the MiniFest so make sure you go to the Main Gate when you arrive.
  • Music will start on Friday at noon.  Field picking is strongly encouraged on the days leading up to the Main Stage entertainment and all weekend long!
  • Main Stage shows will go from noon to 5 pm on Friday, Saturday & Sunday.  After the dinner break, bands will be appearing in the Pavilion and then fans can jam in there like what we normally do at the Sugar House when the Main Stage show shuts down.
  • It’s a holiday weekend so plan to stay with us until Monday!
  • Keep watching this page because more information will be posted as it becomes available.

CAMPING AT JENNY BROOK

CAMPING INFORMATION

Some fans have called Jenny Brook the postcard festival.  We hope you’ll find time to sit back at your campsite to relax and enjoy the beautiful Vermont scenery.  Your multi-day pass includes camping with no hookups and access to all stages.  The grounds are very flat, perfect for camping!  We offer both flush and portable toilets.  Showers are free and located up top near the fair office.  See the map in your program to find locations.  Unfortunately, we can not allow fires.  There are antique buildings scattered throughout the grounds so it isn’t safe.  Please respect the no fire policy.

We sell both prepaid utility sites and sites at the gate.  There are limited numbers sold.

PREPAID UTILITY SITES

Prepaid sites are reserved sites.  Customers from the previous year will be offered the first option and if they decide to not purchase it then it will be available to others.  The prepaid sites are bundled with a 6 Day Pass.

UTILITY SITES AT GATE

Utility sites sold are available for sale at the gate while they last. The earlier in the week you arrive the better chance you will have of getting one.

RV DUMPING

The dump station can be seen on the map in your program book on Sunday.  You can pay the advanced rate of $15 before June 1st or you can get one at the gate when you arrive for $25.  If you didn’t get it at the gate when you arrive,  you can purchase one from the Jenny Brook Gift Shop.  Money is not accepted at the Dump Station so be sure to get one before going there.

Each vehicle must always display a valid registration sticker in the window.

The gate attendant will put wristbands on all entrants. They must be worn at all times, if you are found without one you will be asked to purchase one or leave the grounds.

Pets are welcome as long as they have proper immunization records and are wearing their wristband on their collar. They must be kept on leashes (six-foot maximum length) or inside and must not be left unattended. No excessive barking allowed. Pets must be walked by a responsible person to pick up after them immediately.
Pets are not allowed in any of the concert or vendor areas. They are prohibited due to health codes.

Generators must be turned off from 10 pm - 7 am, they are for intermittent use. Please be courteous to others when using it during the day.

The fairgrounds have permanent restrooms and showers and we supplement the facilities with portable toilets. Please inform a staff member should they need cleaning or supplies. Locations can be seen on the map included in your program.

No battery-operated vehicles or motor-driven cycles, bikes, or golf carts are to be driven in the festival grounds except staff golf carts.

Fires are not permitted due to the antique buildings throughout the festival grounds. You can use camp stoves or hibachi-style grills for cooking.

Will be available for purchase at the Sugar House.

RV “Pump Outs” are available from our portable toilet company for a fee. Check the program book for his scheduled days so you can flag down the driver as he makes his rounds. In emergencies, you can call him and for an extra fee, he will come to the festival for you.

Please dispose of your trash in the appropriate cans around the grounds. You may place cans in our RECYCLING bins located in the vendor area.

Gray water and other direct discharges on the ground from camping vehicles and trailers are not permitted. Holding tanks or other appropriate containers must be emptied at the dump station or other suitable facility.

The dump station can be seen on the map in your program book. The advance fee before 6/1/21 is $15 and the gate fee is $25. Dump Passes are also available at the Jenny Brook Gift Shop. You must purchase before going to the Dump Station on Sunday.

RV RENTALS

Mekkelsen RV will have rentals available for the Mini-Fest.

Call and ask for Olivia Mekkelsen at 802-424-2896. 

Be sure to ask for the Jenny Brook Rate!

 

LODGING

The first two weeks in October are Vermont’s busiest of the year because of the beautiful foliage season so if you’ll need lodging, you should book early.  There is a group rate at the Super 8 listed below, they will go quickly!

FIND YOUR WAY
TO JENNY BROOK

From the West: Go east on US Rt. 4 through Rutland, go about 10 miles, then take a left on VT. Rt. 100 north. Go another 10 miles to a fork in the road, keep to the right. This will be VT. Rt. 107. Go about 13 miles, to the junction. of Interstate 89. Take 89 south one exit * (Sharon, Vt.) Go right at end of ramp, then take a right on VT. Rt. 14 north (this portion of Rt. 14 does not have the low underpass). Go about 5 miles, then take a right on VT. Rt. 110. Go 5 miles, the festival is on the left.

From the East: (Concord area) Take Interstate 89 north to VT. Exit 2 (Sharon, Vt.) Go left at end of ramp. Go .2 of a mile then go right on VT. Rt. 14 north. Go 5 miles, take right on VT. Rt. 110. Go 5 miles on Rt. 110. Festival is on your left.

From the North or South: Take Interstate 91 to White River Junction, then go north on Interstate 89 to exit 2. Go left at end of ramp for .2 of a mile. Go right on VT. Rt. 14 north for 5 miles. Go right on VT. Rt. 110. Festival is 5 miles on your left.

LOW UNDERPASS WARNING

ON ROUTE 14 – ONLY 12 FEET!

If you are coming by car, or have a low profile camper such as a popup, you can take the shorter route of Vermont Route 14 south to Route 110 north instead of I-89.   Otherwise, take a different route because THERE IS A LOW UNDERPASS OF ONLY 12 FEET ON ROUTE 14!

CAN'T WAIT TO SEE YOU!

OUR ADDRESS:
   Tunbridge World’s Fairground
   1 Fairground Road
   Tunbridge, VT  05077

 

   GPS ADDRESS:

1 Fairground Road, VT 05077

 

   GPS COORDINATES:

43.8888663, 72.4948036

DRIVING DISTANCE TO JENNY BROOK FROM. . . . .

BURLINGTON, VT
1 H 16 MIN (65.5 MI)
CONCORD, NH
1 H 29 MIN (89.9 MI)
BENNINGTON, VT
2 H 9 MIN (101.1 MI)
PORTSMOUTH, NH
2 H 16 MIN (142.4 MI)
BOSTON, MA
2 h 34 min (151.5 mi)
HARTFORD, CT
2 H 40 MIN (171.0 MI)
ALBANY, NY
2 h 57 min (137.0 mi)
PORTLAND, ME
3 h 1 min (192.8 mi)

COVERED BRIDGE LOOP

A SCENIC ROUTE TO EXPLORE THE COVERED BRIDGES

Tunbridge, Vermont, and surrounding areas are always scenic but we feel during your visit to the Jenny Brook MiniFest will be the perfect time to enjoy both the covered bridges in the area and the beautiful foliage.  It’s hard to believe in an hour’s time you can see 9 Covered Bridges!  

Mill Covered Bridge

Larkin Covered Bridge

Flint Covered Bridge

Moxley Covered Bridge

Braley Covered Bridge

Gifford Covered Bridge

Kingsbury Covered Bridge labeled:  S. Royalton, VT

Howe Covered Bridge

Cilley Covered Bridge

DIRECTIONS

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  • Take a left out of the Fairgrounds heading north on VT-110 N.  Take the next LEFT after Fairgrounds onto Spring Rd. to see the Mill Covered Bridge in 450 feet.
  • Turn around on Spring Road and then turn LEFT onto VT-110N and go 2.8 miles.
  • Turn RIGHT onto Larkin Rd. for the Larkin Covered Bridge.
  • Turn around on Larkin Rd. and then turn Right onto VT-110 N for 1.9 miles.
  • Turn RIGHT onto Bicknell Hill Rd. for the Flint Covered Bridge.
  • Proceed through the Flint Covered Bridge and then turn LEFT onto Moxley Rd. continue on Moxley Rd. until you come to  Moxley Covered Bridge.
  • Continue on Moxley Rd. through Moxley Covered Bridge toward VT-110 N.
  • Turn RIGHT onto VT-110 N for .2 miles
  • Turn LEFT onto E. Randolph Rd. which becomes Chelsea Mtn. Rd. for 6.8 miles.
  • Turn LEFT onto VT 14-S FOR .6 miles.
  • Turn RIGHT onto Braley Rd. for Braley Covered Bridge.
  • Turn around after you pass through the Braley Covered Bridge and head back  toward VT-14 
  • Turn RIGHT onto VT-14 S for .8 miles.
  • Turn LEFT onto Hyde Rd. (The Hyde Rd. sign is hidden, so be on the lookout) for the Gifford Covered Bridge.
  • After proceeding through the Gifford Covered Bridge, turn around and go back to VT-14.
  • Turn LEFT onto VT-14 S for 2.9 miles.
  • Turn RIGHT onto Kingsbury Rd. for 150 feet for Kinsbury Covered Bridge. Now called the S. Randolph, VT. Bridge.
  • Continue on VT-14 S. for 8 miles.
  • Turn LEFT onto VT-110 N. for 3.3 miles.
  • Turn RIGHT onto Belknap Brook Rd. for 100 feet for the Howe Covered Bridge. Continue on VT-110 N. for 1.2 miles.
  • Turn LEFT onto Howe Ln. for .2 miles for Cilley Covered Bridge.
  • Turn around and take  LEFT onto VT-110 N. and the Jenny Brook Bluegrass Festival will be on your LEFT.