Details

Admission:
FREE (see parking details below)

Registration for boats

Forms will be online soon!
Owners of antique & classic boats must either print out the form and waiver on the “Register” page and email or mail it to us ahead of time, or you will be asked to register and sign the waiver when you arrive. Boaters with antique and classic boats are encouraged to dock and enjoy the show for as long as they like, but are not required to stay for the duration.

Park Space
Land display and vendor space within Promenade Park  will be allocated at the discretion of TACBS.  Please contact us in advance if you are considering land display.  Land displays must be setup before 10:00am Saturday and remain on display until at least 4:30pm.

Loading and Unloading
Access to grounds for loading and unloading is via Water Street.  From Summit Street, take Walnut Street towards the river.  Turn right at Water Street and proceed under the Cherry Street Bridge. All vehicles must be removed from grounds as soon as possible during the unloading process, no later than 10:00am.

Nearby Launch Ramps
Cullen Park (free public launch)
4526 Summit Street
Toledo, OH 43611

Rossford Marina ($10 fee)
300 Hannum Ave.
Rossford, OH 43460

Spectator Parking
Parking is in the Vistula Garage (Corner of Summit and Cherry) at a cost of $5.00.  Take elevator to Concourse level.  Signs will direct you through the Concourse to the show area behind One Seagate.

Dockage
Toledo Antique & Classic Boat Show has been granted exclusive use of the Promenade Park docks on August 25th, 2017 through the 27th .  TACBS reserves the right to show preference to classic wooden boats.  Boaters arriving in non-classic boats will be asked to dock upriver at the southwest end of Promenade Park.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Friday, August 25th             Welcome Party and concert  with pre-setup/dockage

Saturday, August 26

10:00am                              Boat Show open to public

12:00pm – 4:30pm               Performance by Kentucky Chrome

4:30pm                                Boat Show closes, boats may remain at dock, many dining options