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Pro Rodeo action RETURNS to Dayton, September 3 - 6, 2021.
The Dayton Rodeo amphitheater seating of the iconic hill at the Dayton Rodeo Arena is one of the best ways to experience the Dayton Pro Rodeo. With the BIG screen you can see all the action from any seat! Bring chairs and blankets to enjoy the show from bleachers and hillside! Bring the entire family to enjoy the 2021 Dayton Championship Pro Rodeo - there is sure to be TONS of FUN - Let's Fill the Hill!
Friday | Saturday | Sunday - 7 PM
Monday - 1:30 PM
Weekend Pass Tickets
--Present Weekend Pass Ticket at the Ticket Booth to receive weekend pass wristband.
Camping Ticket Information:
CAMPSITES ARE FIRST COME, FIRST SERVENO SITE ASSIGNMENTS
***NOTE: Present camping ticket when registering with Dayton Rodeo Camping Committee as proof of payment.
No Roping off without payment - ropes will be removed
NO EXCESSIVE ROPING OFF
****NOTE: Committee reserves the right to ask to reduce area
or to charge for additional area****
BE SURE TO Select the Number of Tickets equal to Number of camping nights needed.
IF CAMPING 5 NIGHTS - SELECT 5 for Number of Tickets
Camping fees are $15.00 per night beginning Wednesday, September 1
(or when plug into electricity, if before Wednesday, September 1)
General Camping Rules:
-Be respectful of camping area used. If area is extremely large, Dayton Rodeo Celebration Committee reserves the right to charge for additional area or ask to reduce the area if additional camping is needed.
-Fire lanes are marked and must be kept open at all times.
-Fires only in fire rings.
-Pets must be confined or on a leash.
-No digging or trenching.
-Excessive noise will not be permitted.
-No drainage water or sewage may be disposed on the ground surface - This includes 'gray water'.
-Please keep personal property secured or protected against theft. The Dayton Rodeo Celebration Committee and all parties associated with the Dayton Rodeo are not responsible for personal property.