Inlet's "Arts in the Park"

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Always the third Saturday & Sunday of July.

2024's show will be July 20 & 21.

Arrowhead Park, 160 Route 28, Inlet, NY

The town of Inlet is proud to hold their 46th annual "Arts in the Park."  Over 50 artists and craftsmen will be at Arrowhead Park selling their wares.  They will offer pottery, quilts, handmade/hand-embroidered apparel, soaps, floral designs, jewelry, wall hangings, wooden items, furniture, photography, leather items, lawn ornaments, and much more.  Vendors come from all over New York State.  Many of the vendors will be demonstrating at their booths.  

Saturday, 10 am-5 pm

Sunday, 10 am-4 pm

Click here for the 2024 Arts in the Park application.  ***The 2024 show is full! - Ask to be put on the wait list.

2024 map layout can be found here.

Click here for a list of 2024 vendors. - Updated 7/2/24.

Printable flyer from 2024 can be found here.

Music both days from noon-3 pm

Saturday's music for 2022 was by Fritz Henry. Fritz is a versatile, interactive, high-energy entertainer with a welcoming personality and a broad-based appeal that all types of audiences from one to 100 have enjoyed for over 20 years. Check out his website at

Sunday's music for 2022 was by Clef Dwellers, a jazz band comprised of musicians whose library consists of over 400 arrangements. Their basic instrumentation is trumpet, clarinet/sax, trombone, piano (keyboard), banjo/guitar, bass, and drums. They play traditional swing music from the Mardi Gras to the contemporary style. Listen to them at Don Cantwell's Facebook page.

Music Saturday night for 2023 from 7-9 p.m. will be Dan Duggan & Peggy Lynn.

Click here for a list of 2023's vendors.

Additional free parking in front of The Woods Inn and at Fern Park. Shuttle will be provided.

  • Food booth in the picnic area provided by Tacocat Food Co.
  • Music is sponsored by the Town of Inlet.
  • Shuttle provided by 
  • Tent for the bands provided by Winslow's Services: (315) 357-3822.
  • Portable toilets by Eggan.
  • Parking in front of The Woods Inn compliments of the Joe Dunay family.