Oct 5-6 – Autumn at Oz Party
The Beech Mountain Chamber of Commerce is proud to present “Autumn at Oz” for 2013. On Saturday and Sunday, October 5 and 6, travel back in time to 1939 to
the enchanted world of the “Oz”, high atop Beech Mountain at the Land of Oz park. This year the 20th annual “Autumn at Oz” Festival is returning again with
an expanded venue providing visitors with more activities, food, drink, and sights to behold while maintaining the same nostalgic feeling from the Land of Oz.
Children and adults a like will be enchanted as they experience the re-creation of Dorothy’s trip from her farm home in Kansas through the twister and down the yellow brick road to the “Land of OZ”. Along your journey you will be met by a full cast portraying many of the vibrant characters similar to those of the original movie production.
Spend the day, or better yet spend the weekend, and enjoy all “Autumn at Oz” has to offer. Enjoy the magic of being in “The Village” now located in the Resort of Ski Beech, before and after you experience the Land of OZ. Stay for live music, dancing, multiple food and beverage options, crafts, merchandise, hay rides, petting zoo, bonfire and a full day of entertainment that will delight your senses as the “Autumn at OZ” festival prepares you for the fantasy journey through the Land of OZ.
Designed for all ages the new expanded venue provides safe ample parking for visitors. Transportation to and from the Land of OZ is included. Go by bus or scenic ski lift (weather permitting) to an elevation of over 5000 feet above sea level, high atop beautiful Beech Mountain were fantasies come to life.
Theme park entrance times are also expanded for 2013. The purchase of your ticket designates the time that you will be transported to the Land of OZ from the Resort. The park opens at 9:30AM and tickets are available for entrance to the Land of OZ every hour until 5:30PM. The last bus leaves at 4:30PM. Come early and stay late, enjoy the shows and entertainment at the Resort prior to and after leaving the Land of OZ.