Idyllwild Renaissance Faire 2024


Immerse yourself in a medieval fantasy nestled in the San Jacinto mountains

Idyllwild Renaissance Faire is a popular weekend event for everyone who likes adventure and various activities. Thousands of visitors are drawn to the Faire by medieval merriment, music, dance, games, food, and beverages. The fantasy faire is set during the 15th century, when Spain was ruled by Ferdinand II and Queen Isabella of Spain.

Location and infrastructure

Visitors can enjoy the event on September 27, 28, and 29, that will be held at Hurkey Creek Park. The Park is located off of Hwy 74 in the San Jacinto Mountains just 4 miles (6.4 km) southeast of Mountain Center. There are 130 individual campsites in the park’s campground for overnight or extended stays, and five loops of large group camping that can accommodate 80-100 campers each.

Events and activities of the Idyllwild Renaissance Faire

Guests of the Faire can step back in time as they enter a world filled with knights, maidens, jesters, and other characters from the Renaissance period. The faire creates an immersive atmosphere with authentic costumes, decorations, and entertainment.

Idyllwild Renaissance Faire features local entertainers and professional Renaissance performers. The public can experience interactive storytelling and shows around the Faire. The enchanting “La Mancha” offers full immersion in the bygone era with plenty of Spanish Renaissance entertainment, set across multiple stages. The public can meet jugglers, merchants, minstrels, pirates, Celtic Clans, Vikings, and all kinds of craftspeople offering their goods.

Tickets and parking

Paid parking is offered on-site. Limited campsites are available at the Faire site. First priority of the campsites will be given to Faire merchants, guilds, cast, and crew. Children under 12 can get in for free with an adult ticket. However, watch for a possible update of ticket prices on the official website in External Resources below.

There’s something for everyone, whether you’re interested in historical reenactments or just looking for a fun day out. The faire offers activities and entertainment for all ages, making it a perfect outing for families. Kids can participate in games, crafts, and educational workshops while adults enjoy the festivities.

Joining the Idyllwild Renaissance Faire 2024 means becoming part of a vibrant community of history enthusiasts, performers, and attendees who share a love for the Renaissance era. It’s a welcoming environment, where visitors can connect with like-minded individuals and make lasting memories.

Overall, the Idyllwild Renaissance Faire promises a day filled with adventure, laughter, and cultural exploration. So plan this visit in advance to get the most out of the fantastic event and to feel like a participant in a favorite historical era!

Idyllwild Renaissance Faire (Official website)

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