The show now takes place the third full weekend in September and draws approximately 40,000 people annually. Field Day operates as a not-for-profit organization and contributes to many local charities, organizations, and non-profits, including the Massey Cancer Center, Boy Scouts of America, Americal Heart Association, several hospices, the Goochland Christmas Mother, area rescue squads and fire departments, Habitat for Humanity, area churches, Goochland Fellowship and Family Services and many others.
What Does Field Day have to offer?
Historic displays, buildings, demonstrations and re-enactments
Tractor and Truck Pulls
Small Engine Displays
Living History exhbits for antique machinery including a sawmill, broom handle making machine and others.
Arts and Crafts Vendors and a Flea Market
Antique and Modern Construction Equipment
Heritage Craft Area
Sorghum Molasses making
Animal Exhibits and Equestrian Events
And Much Much More!