Endless Mountains Fiber Festival


Rules & Regulations


All persons enter at their own risk.

Parents/Guardians are responsible for the supervision of all minors.

Pets are not allowed at the PA Endless Mountains Fiber Festival and they will be denied entry to the fairgrounds.

The only dogs that will be allowed are certified service dogs and those dogs participating in the herding dog demonstrations.

The PA Endless Mountains Fiber Festival is not responsible for lost articles.

No alcoholic beverages or controlled substances allowed.

No illegal or unlawful activity allowed.

No unauthorized demonstrations. 

No soliciting: visitors may not distribute printed material/flyers/advertisements, etc.

The PA Endless Mountains Fiber Festival reserves the right to exclude from the Fairgrounds any person

spectator, vendor) who is in any manner disruptive or who exhibits inappropriate behavior that would disturb the public.


Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) is required for Alpacas, Llama, Sheep and Goats.

The Pennsylvania Endless Mountains Fiber Festival committee reserves the right to reject

any animal showing signs of health problems. 

Animal Limits 

  • 2 adult llama or alpacas or 3 yearlings or younger in a 10 x 10 space
  • 2 to 3 sheep or up to 4 goats in a 5 x 5 space dependent on size of animal
  • 1 adult rabbit per cage

Limits on number of animals in pens and cages will be enforced.

Animals must stay in their designated areas during the festival unless part of a formal demonstration.

All exhibition animals must remain on fairgrounds until 4pm on Sunday, September 13th, 2020

For animal specific requirements please see our Animal Exhibitor Agreement.