Ohio Renaissance Festival Warren County (OH)

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Ohio Renaissance Festival

Ohio Renaissance Festival is a re-creation of a 16th Century English village named "Willy-Nilly-On-The-Wash" during the reign of Elizabeth I. It is located on 30 acres near Harveysburg, Ohio in Warren County. It operates on weekends annually from early September to the end of October, including Labor Day. It features Queen Elizabeth and over 150 costumed characters, nearly 100 shows daily on 11 stages, over 135 unique arts and crafts shops, food and drinks, games of skill and human-powered rides for all ages. 2012 will be the 22nd year of operation for the park.

Radio communications vary throughout the park, there is no 'official' operations on radio. Individuals shops and patrons can be heard using FRS and MURS. Harverysburg Police operate an outpost at the entrance of the park only during the season.