2022 Black Walnut Festival tops 2021


Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.


Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.


Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.


Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.


Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.


Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.


Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.


Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.


Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.


Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

CAMDEN — Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/10/web1_IMG_6234-1.jpgCamden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback. Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/10/web1_IMG_6236-1.jpgCamden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback. Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/10/web1_IMG_6241-2.jpgCamden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback. Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/10/web1_IMG_6253-1.jpgCamden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback. Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/10/web1_IMG_6261-1.jpgCamden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback. Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/10/web1_IMG_6272-1.jpgCamden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback. Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/10/web1_IMG_6288-1.jpgCamden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback. Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/10/web1_IMG_6294-1.jpgCamden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback. Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

Camden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/10/web1_IMG_6317-1.jpgCamden’s Black Walnut Festival took place Saturday Oct. 15, and Sunday Oct. 16, and offered recreation for kids and adults alike, with a kid’s zone, car show, live entertainment and vendors of all kinds. The festival averaged approximately 9,000 visitors over the weekend, with nearly half of the vendors registering for next year’s festival in advance. With 200 plus entries in the car show, and more vendors than previous years, the numbers topped 2021’s festival, according to organizers with Camden Comeback. Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

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