(Savannah Spring Festivals 2022) Fairy & Gnome Festival @ Oatland Island Wildlife Center

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Fairy & Gnome Festival 2022 @ Oatland Island Wildlife Center, Savannah 

The beloved annual Fairy & Gnome Festival @ Oatland Island Wildlife Center in Savannah will be Sat. April 30 2022, 10AM-2PM.

Enjoy this family-friendly day of enchantment that’s all about the “wee folk” getting up close with the natural world and encouraging imaginative outdoor play.

Socially-distanced, outdoor activities will include a scavenger hunt, fashion show, gem mining, fairy and gnome home building and food trucks.

Bring the family and stroll through Oatland’s magical trails and maybe you will catch a glimpse of a fairy or gnome looking for a place to call home.

Oatland Island’s Fairy & Gnome Festival
Sat. April 30 2022.

  • Regular admission rates will apply all day on Saturday, April 30, even for festival admission from 10am-2pm.

  • Advance tickets are not required.

  • There will be additional fees for optional on-site activities.

  • FOO members enjoy free admission.


More upcoming spring festivals @ Oatland Island include: Oatland Island’s Family Fest fundraising event.

Enjoy the evening with some music and food and have an outdoor picnic at Oatland Island.​​​​ Food trucks will be on hand, slinging up some of your dinner favorites, but you are more than welcomed to bring your own basket of goodies. Alcohol is not permitted, and the trails will not be open for this outdoor concert event.

Event: Sun. April 10 2022, 5-7PM
Gates open at 4PM

Bring your own blanket and chairs for this outdoor family fun event.

Cost: $25 per carload/ 7 person maximum

Pre-registration is required and payment is due upon invoicing ​for your carload to be on the list to attend.​​

Since this event is completely outdoors, Family Fest is a weather dependent. In case of a weather cancellation, registrants will be notified via the email they registered with. ​

Registration coming Spring 2022.

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