The Wild West comes to Fort Knox with Gold Rush. Gold Rush features gaming, live and silent auctions, and many opportunities to win prizes. Musical entertainment is also provided with performances from the Saloon Girls. We also have a Run for the Gold horse race where participants bid on beautifully decorated wooden horses, provided by various groups on Post, to race for prizes –everyone is a winner as the horse is yours to keep. Gold Rush will be March 3, 2018.
*Please note, that due to gambling restrictions, patrons will not be playing for cash prizes. “Chips” collected while playing card games can be cashed in for opportunity prize tickets and can be redeemed at the General Store.
The Holiday Bazaar features local and out-of-state vendors. Vendors sell a large array of items including antiques, quilts, artwork, woodcrafts, jewelry, candles, home décor, toys, holiday items, and edible goodies. This will be the 42nd year this event has been held at Fort Knox. The 2018 Holiday Bazaar is at the Saber & Quill, 1118 Chaffee Avenue and will be on Friday, October 26th, 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Saturday, October 27th, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For more information about the Holiday Bazaar, please contact Nicole Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in participating in our 2018 Holiday Bazaar please see the Forms page to download the current vendor application and forms.
Vendors are welcome at Fort Knox! Visiting Vendors will enter onto Fort Knox at Chaffee Gate (main entrance). Chaffee Gate is open 24/7 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week), 365 days a year. All visitors who do not possess a military ID or Common Access Card (CAC) must use this gate. Visitors must have a valid reason for requesting access to the installation – Gate Guards will be aware of the Holiday Bazaar event, visiting vendors, and shoppers. Proper documentation must be presented in order to gain access. Proper documentation includes a valid driver’s license. ** Note: All motor vehicles must be properly registered and insured. Frequent checks of these documents are conducted by security, with zero tolerance.