Prince Frederick VFD Carnival 2022 5 Things You Need To Know
Prince Frederick VFD Carnival 2022 5 Things You Need To Know

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – Stop by and support our annual carnival at Route 4 and Dares Beach Road in the heart of Prince Frederick, Md.

There is no entry fee.

Enjoy food, rides, games and plenty of F-U-N. The PFVFD food tent will be up and running.

HOURS AND DATES OF OPERATION: August 2 – 6, 2022 – 6 p.m. – 11 p.m.

COUPON: If you have a coupon from one of our Prince Frederick businesses, please make sure it is in hand to present (we cannot accept from your phone).

PARKING is available on the lower and center lot near the carnival grounds.

FOOD: Stop by our PFVFD food tent for many selections and drinks. There is also ice cream, cotton candy and other tasty treats available throughout the carnival grounds.

ONLINE TICKET PURCHASE: Please note, this is mainly a cash event, but this year you can also purchase tickets at this link.

This is one of our largest fundraising events of the year and we thank you for ALL of your tremendous support! Please post your pictures and please tag our department. #PFVFDcarnival

Consider stopping by our tent to purchase tickets for the up coming Hunter’s Bash in September 2022! No purchase necessary.

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  1. We enjoyed prior carnivals and we look forward going this year! My grandson loves the rides and games.

  2. Will there be an extra strong police presense there, considereing what happened in St Mary’s County?

  3. The yellow coupons list the address as the Calvert County Fairground 140 Calvert Fair Dr. Very confusing!
    Unless they’ve renamed the old demolished Calvert Middle School area–that’s just useless wasted space–the new fairground?

  4. No doubt they will have trouble there too. Just the way of things now. I won’t be going.

  5. People are ridiculous so I guess people are going to deprive their kids of all the fun things that kids are supposed to experience because of some dumb kid and really there is always something going to happen at carnivals and fairs when kids have issues that’s where they always see each other but Calvert is not the place to do any of that.

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