When is Woodbury Days?

Woodbury Days 2024 will be held August 23, 24, 25.
Hours of the event are as follows:

Friday, August 23: 4:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Saturday, August 24: 10:00 am – 10:30 pm
Sunday, August 25: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Where is Woodbury Days?

Woodbury Days takes place in Ojibway Park in Woodbury, MN.

Ojibway Park is located at 2695 Ojibway Drive, Woodbury MN. 
For a link to Google Maps, click HERE.

An alternative map pinpoint is Woodbury High School, as Ojibway Park is adjacent to the High School. The address to Woodbury High School is 2665 Woodlane Drive, Woodbury MN. For a link to Google Maps, click HERE.

Click here for a printable PDF map showing Ojibway Park and the surrounding neighborhood.

Where do I park when I visit Woodbury Days?

Parking is FREE.

Parking is available in the neighborhoods north and south of Ojibway Park and in the Woodbury High School parking lot.

North of Ojibway Park (in Royal Oaks) parking is available on Courtly Road from Woodlane Drive to the OjibwayPark north parking lot, and on Victoria Road.  There is no parking on Wyndham Way north of Ojibway Park.

On Parade Sunday, access to enter the Woodbury High School parking lot will be closed at about 11:30 AM until about 1:00 PM.  Traffic will still be able to exit the high school parking lot to Woodlane Drive north towards Valley Creek Road.

There is limited handicap parking available in the east high school parking lot from Wyndham Way which is located off of Lake Road. This is the “South Entrance” of Ojibway Park. You must show a valid handicap parking permit to the gate guard to gain access. Handicapped spaces are available on a first come, first serve basis.

How much does Woodbury Days cost?

It is FREE to enter Woodbury Days.

Carnival rides, food and beverages will require a monetary transaction. We have ATMs available in the park for your convenience.

Additionally, some activities require a Woodbury Days Button, including our kid crafts. For more information on where you can purchase a Woodbury Days Button, please click here.

Are dogs allowed at Woodbury Days?

Woodbury Days is dog friendly! But please keep your pup on a leash and come prepared to clean up after it.  We also recommend a tagged collar, as extra precaution in case the dog should break free of the leash.

What happens if it rains?

Woodbury Days is a rain or shine event!

The Woodbury Police Department has command officers in Ojibway Park during Woodbury Days who assist our event leaders in making decisions to keep visitors safe. This includes monitoring weather conditions.

The Carnival Rides are monitored by the on-site carnival manager who is contracted by Woodbury Days to provide rides at our event. It is up to the management of the Carnival if rides will continue in the rain or if they need to be shut down for safety.

Musicians and their management decide if it is safe to perform in the open bandshell at Woodbury Days. Rain is generally acceptable, however the threat of lightning is primarily deemed not safe with the extensive electrical systems used by bands.

Please keep in mind Woodbury Days has many fun attractions located under tents including the Taste of Woodbury, BINGO and the Beer tent (must be 21+ to enter the beer tent!).

Does Woodbury Days have a Lost and Found?

The Lost and Found is located in the park building at Ojibway Park. Please visit the park building, find a Woodbury Days volunteer at the check in table and describe the item you have lost.

If you are looking for a lost item after Woodbury Days has ended for the year, please email info@woodburydays.org or call 651-735-0409 with a description of the item you lost and your contact information.

Can I smoke tobacco, cannabis E-cigarettes at Woodbury Days?

Per City of Woodbury Ordinance, no use of any tobacco or vaping products, and no smoking of cannabis is permitted by any person upon the grounds of Ojibway Park.

Is the Skate Park open during Woodbury Days?

The Ojibway Park Skate Park is open during Woodbury Days. However, during Woodbury Days weekend, all skateboards and bikes must be walked through the event en route to the Skate Park. Roller skates and inline skates are also not permitted in the event, but can be used at the Skate Park.

The Skate Park will not be available on Saturday, August 24 from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM due to the Bike to Woodbury Days event.

 

Where do I buy a Woodbury Days Button?

View the locations where you can purchase Woodbury Days Buttons HERE.

Where can I get a Woodbury Days Event Guide?

Extra event Guides are available at all locations selling a Woodbury Days Button. They are also being handed out at the entrances to our event while supplies last.

Where do I turn in my Entry Card for the prize drawing?

BEFORE AUGUST 18, 2023: You can drop your completed entry card in the US Mail. Cards must be postmarked by August 18, 2023.

AFTER AUGUST 17, 2023: Completed entry cards must be brought to the Woodbury Days Information Booth at Ojibway Park by 3:00 PM on Sunday, August 20, 2023.

How do I find out if I won a Woodbury Days Button Prize?

If you are a winner, a member of the Woodbury Days Button Committee will contact you at the phone number and email you provided on your registration card.  Winners have 30 days to claim prizes.

Additionally, the Woodbury Days Button Prize Raffle is broadcast live Sunday afternoon on our Facebook page. A list of winners will also be posted HERE on our website at a later date. Taste and Parade award winners will be posted on our website as well.

Where do I buy a Carnival Ride Pass?

Ride passes may be purchased in advance for $25 for a daily unlimited ride pass and $60 for a Mega Pass (good all weekend except Saturday evening) at Kowalski’s from Friday, August 2 through Friday, August 23.
Daily, unlimited ride passes may be purchased at Woodbury Days for  $30 with a Woodbury Days button or $35 without a button.
Please note that passes are only valid for one day during certain times:

Friday – 5-10 PM
Saturday – 11 AM-5 PM
Sunday – Noon-4 PM

How much do rides cost without a ride pass?

Tickets are $1 each and rides cost 3 or 4 tickets with the exception of the Fireball (5 tickets) and Rocket (7 tickets).

Does an adult need to ride with a small child?

Children who don’t meet the minimum height requirement for solo riding will need to be accompanied by a guardian.  Guardians will need tickets to do so with the exception of the Merry-Go-Round.

When is BINGO?

BINGO hours are as follows:

Friday – 4:00 pm – DUSK
Saturday – 10:00 am – DUSK
Sunday – 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Don’t forget your Woodbury Days Button for the best price on BINGO games!

Do guardians need a Button for the "Make and Take" events?

Guardians accompanying a child do not need a button unless the adult wants to make and take his or her own project. See you out there!

Does everyone on the Challenge Team need a button?

One Woodbury Days Button is needed per team.  Teams must have 2 to 4 participants. Additionally, participants must be 5 years old or older and all teams must include at least one adult. Good luck and have fun!

Is there a Woodbury Days Bike Ride or Half Marathon?

We are not currently organizing this event within Woodbury Days. Perhaps it will return in the future. Thanks for your interest!

I want to volunteer at Woodbury Days.

Thanks so much for your interest! Please sign up for open shifts using our registration portal.

If you have interest in signing up a group or team to work together, please contact our volunteer chair at volunteers@woodburydays.org.

When is the Volunteer Informational Meeting?

The volunteer informational orientation is on Sunday, August 18 at 1 p.m. at Ojibway Park Building, 2695 Ojibway Drive, Woodbury MN

I missed the Volunteer Informational Meeting.

Please check in at the volunteer tent 15 minutes before your scheduled shift.  We will give you your T-shirt at that time. We appreciate you volunteering!

I need to change/confirm my Volunteer Shift.

Thanks for volunteering! Please contact our volunteer chair at volunteers@woodburydays.com for all inquiries related to your volunteer shift.