The Town of Huntsville is the site of several events and festivals each year. Make plans to join us for our next one for a down-home good time in the heart of Appalachia.


First Saturday in March

Each March, Brimstone officially bids farewell to winter and welcomes spring with Winterfest, a group ride that attracts riders from all over the country. The event begins at 9 a.m. on the first Saturday of the month with free guided rides, and ends with a free dinner served by the Brimstone staff at the Nathaniel Byrge Gathering Place at the Brimstone Campground.

2017 date: March 4


White Knuckle Event

Memorial Day weekend

White Knuckle is the Southeast’s premier ATV festival. Hosted by Brimstone Recreation on the 20,000 acres of property managed by the Huntsville-based company, White Knuckle features guided ATV rides, mud bogs, poker runs and concerts by some of country music’s biggest stars each Memorial Day weekend.

2017 dates: May 26-28

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Firemen’s Fourth Festival

Independence Day

Huntsville’s firefighters and their families and friends present the Firemen’s Fourth Festival each July 3-4 in a celebration of America’s independence.

The Courthouse Mall in downtown Huntsville hosts the event, which features a parade on Independence Day and two days of entertainment featuring local musicians, carnival rides, games and much more. The event culminates with one of the region’s largest fireworks displays at 10 p.m. on the evening of Independence Day.

2017 dates: July 3-4 (Parade: 11 a.m. on July 4; Fireworks: 10 p.m. on July 4)


Brimstone Paragon

Mid September

Side-by-side and ATV enthusiasts from across the eastern U.S. trek to Huntsville each September for Brimstone’s Paragon event. Three days of activities include product demonstrations, guided ATV rides, mud bogs, poker runs, concerts, and much more from Brimstone Mountain just outside of town.

2017 dates: Not yet announced; typically the third weekend in September

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Heritage Festival

Last Saturday in September

Scott High School faculty and students present this one-of-a-kind festival each September. The Museum of Scott County, Scott High School’s student-built and student-operated museum, hosts the festival on the SHS campus. The festival takes guests on a step back in time to the pioneer days of Scott County and southern Appalachia, with a variety of crafts demonstrations — from basket-weaving to rifle-making — Civil War reenactments, food and much more.

2017 date: Sept. 30