frequently-asked-questions

Save the Date: The California Honey Festival will return on
Saturday, May 7, 2022!

Main Street in Historic Downtown Woodland
Learn more about visiting Woodland here

Most of our vendors are from California – and many are based right here in Woodland! Woodland’s climate and crops have helped the town become a pollination hub within the Golden State. You’ll find several vendors from the Festival’s host town.
Want to learn more about why Woodland and the surrounding area is a hub for pollination and honey production? Check out more here.

It’s free! Save your cash for some sweet treats and local fare available at the Festival.

Visit this page to learn more about becoming a vendor
Visit this page to learn more about becoming a sponsor

Yes! Free street and lot parking is located throughout Downtown. Check out the festival map for more information.

Yes! Yolo Bus offers many options to bring you to Woodland safely from any town in the nearby area
Yolo Bus offers routes to Woodland from Dunnigan and Zamora via I-5, from Knights Landing via 113, from the Capay Valley via Road 16, from Sacramento via I-5, and from Davis via 113.
Click here for more information on schedules and routes.

Yes! We offer valet bike parking. Check back for more information in advance of the 2022 Festival.

Support animals and well-behaved pets on a leash are welcome!
However, please think twice before bringing your furry friend. If your pet struggles with crowds and lots of sensory stimulation or has issues getting along with other animals, you should consider leaving them at home.