The Pork, Peanut and Pine Festival is back for its 43rd year in Surry County.
This year’s festival July 21 and 22 at Chippokes Plantation State Park will feature artisans and craftsmen, live music, a petting zoo and a mix of food vendors from across the region, the park said in a news release.
The annual Pork, Peanut and Pine parade and the Little Mister and Miss Peanut Pageant will also be held during the festival.
The Pork, Peanut and Pine Festival was created in 1975 to showcase Surry County’s agricultural products. Smithfield Foods is sponsoring this year’s festival, the release said.
Local craft beer, wine and cider will also be available.
The festival runs from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. July 21 and noon to 5 p.m. July 22. Visit the festival’s website for a full schedule of events.
Parking is $5 for single-occupancy vehicles, and $10 for cars with two or more passengers. Parking fees for small buses is $25, and $50 for large buses.