Regatta at Lake Aurthur
- Moraine State Park
- Weekly on Sunday and Saturday
- Starting on: Aug 01, 2015
- Ending on: Aug 02, 2015
- 10:00AM - 09:00PM
The Regatta at Lake Arthur is an annual 2-day regional event celebrated on Moraine State Park's South Shore the first weekend in August. Our 2015 event weekend is schedule for Saturday, August 1 from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m.; Sunday, August 2 from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. 2015 marks our 17th event year, and we are excited to welcome you, your family, and your friends to come and see all that the Regatta has to offer.
There is no admission or parking charge and many Regatta events are FREE.
This annual event brings thousands of visitors each year to experience and enjoy the 3,225 acres of Lake Arthur with over 40 miles of scenic shoreline. The Regatta offers land and lake activities along with exciting new opportunities to enjoy the natural resources of the park (our 2014 event recorded over 9,500 visitors).
Our mission is to be the premiere, all-ages, eco-recreational event in the region. While we are nestled in the heart of Butler County, we welcome visitors from across the region and beyond. If you enjoy being active in the great outdoors, then this is a weekend you simply don't want to miss! We are excited to continue our Building Healthy Places Initiative (initially inspired by a 2014 Urban Innovation Grant from the Urban Land Institute), which means that we'll promote a healthy lifestyle, feature wholesome food options and continue to increase opportunities for you to get out and active at Moraine.
Plans for 2015 will include exciting additions like the Professional Disc Golf World Championships, the Puddle Duck Racer World Championship, AND the Pennsylvania Standup Paddle Board Championship, all taking place at Moraine State Park during the Regatta weekend! If you are interested in getting involved with the 2015 Regatta through leadership, sponsorship, or offering a great idea for us to consider, please contact the Regatta Office at (724) 687-0707.
Come on out and PLAY!