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  • How much does it cost?
    Admission is FREE. Live entertainment is FREE. Activities are FREE. Grill meal with two sides is $3. Treats are 2 for $1.
  • What ages can come?
    Celebrate Freedom is for ages 0-99. Activities and shows are planned with the community and entire family in mind.
  • Where do I park?
    We recommend parking in the empty lot North of Castlerock Park or along Nutter Blvd. If possible, walking will be your best option. Handicap parking is available in the Castlrock Park parking lot (northwestern corner of the park).
  • What do I need to bring?
    It is often hot and sunny. Bring a water bottle, sunscreen and sunglasses. The splash park and water slides are great ways to cool down, so you may want to bring a swimsuit. You can also grab your lawn chair or picnic blanket if you like.
  • Can I bring my pet?
    Please leave dogs and pets at home in a cool house with plenty of water. According to the City of Billings, pets are banned from city parks at organized events including festivals and carnivals. Please keep your furry family members at home for their safety and others around them.
  • Is there a 5K run this year?
    Over the years, Celebrate Freedom has morphed and evolved into what it is today. We will no longer do a bike race or a 5K run.
  • Where is the lost and found?
    During the Event Visit the lost Child Tent, located near the orange Harvest information in the center of the park, for recovered items. After July 5th Call Harvest Church at 406-259-5648.
  • What is the plan for inclement weather?
    We will be at Castlerock Park whether rain or shine, opening for the public at 5 PM. In the event of lightning close to the park, evacuation warnings will be made from the stage and from Volunteer Leaders around the park. Please seek shelter in a vehicle or sturdy building, not tents or trees.
  • Who do I contact with questions?
    Weedkays 8 AM - 6 PM, call 406-259-5648 (closed July 4th) Email any day of the week. This email will be checked periodically throughout the day on July 4th.
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