A free public trolley will connect Kellogg with the Wallace Festival. It will start on Friday at 4:30 PM from Kellogg and run every hour until 11:30 PM. On Saturday, it will start at 10:30 AM and run every hour until 11:30 PM. On both days, the final departure from Wallace will be at midnight. There will also be a shuttle running between Sather Field and Wallace on a regular basis. Details about both transportation options may be printed.

NEW THIS YEAR Round trip shuttle service from CDA-click here for schedule and locations

Tickets Available Online only-limited number available! 



Camping was a big part of the six previous Wallace Blues Festivals, and we know it will be popular again this year as well. The superintendent of the Wallace School District has made Sather Field available for our overnight guests who prefer camping. The fee will be $10 per night. Click here for Google Map. The area will be continuously patrolled by security. Showers and rest rooms are available at the adjacent football field. A trolley will transport festival goers the 2.5 miles between the camping area and downtown Wallace on a regular basis.

***Shoshone County Sheriff's office would like to remind you there is no camping on any bridges***

Those of you with self-contained RV's may park overnight in the open fields along the north frontage road between Silverton and Wallace. Click here for Google Map.  This open area is a five to fifteen minute walk along the South Fork of the Coeur d'Alene River into downtown Wallace. The last part of this walk is on a paved non-motorized path.

List of RV Parks, Campgrounds, Motels and other similar accomodations

Other Things to do in Historic Wallace-The Center of the Universe!

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