Capitan, New Mexico has been named by both ABC News and Yahoo Travel as one of ten best small towns to celebrate the Independance Day. Fun for the whole family with activities all over town and at the Smokey Bear Stampede.
The parade is coordinated by the Village of Capitan and is one of the last great small town downtown parades of grand scale. Currently being held on Saturday of the holiday weekenc at 10 am. For exact date and more information contact Village of Capitan: email@example.com or visit their website: www.villageofcapitan.org
Dance the night away at the rodeo dance Saturday and Sunday. Starts at 9 p.m. during the rodeo. All your favorite dance songs to finsh a great four day run. Open air concerts will be free of charge on Monday and Tuesday.
We will display the most frequently asked questions here as we answer them:
Q: Is the Smokey Bear Stampede handicap friendly?
A: Yes, we have designated handicap parking on fence south of ticket booth. The north side grandstands are wheelchair accessible with easy to find seating for others. While accessible seating is available it is limited and early arrival is the best way to find comfortable seating.
Q: I need information about the parade?
A: The parade is manged by the Village of Capitan and not an event of Smokey Bear Stampede. Please see contact information above.
Q: How do we get tickets?
A: All rodeo ticket sales are sold beginning approximately 2 hours before the event at the ticket booth.