Camp Courageous will host the 35th annual “Cruisin’ for Camp Courageous” on Sunday May 15, 2022 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Presented by the Cedar Valley Street Rods, Cruisin' for Camp Courageous is one of Iowa’s largest charity Car Shows featuring hundreds of show cars, vintage vehicles, motorcycles and trucks. Located at Camp Courageous, just southeast of Monticello IA, this is a family event with a large silent and live auction, several food stands, music, and a craft show. 3D Sound will provide music and commentary, with pin striping demonstrations on the grounds, in addition to kid's games, prizes, and camp's bouncy house.

The Camp Courageous train will be offering rides, zipline rides will be offered for $10 per rider, and the opportunity to enjoy the grounds of Camp Courageous.  Special guest van “Salute to the Fallen” will be on display with a special presentation prior to the live auction.

Pre-registration is open until May 9th for only $15 per vehicle which includes a free 35th anniversary T-shirt. Registration after that date, and the day of the show, is $20. Car registration on the day of the event runs from 8 a.m. to 12 noon.  All participating vehicles receive 2 passes for the show.  First and second place trophies will be awarded in 24 different classes. The last award of the day will be the “Spectator’s Choice” given to the vehicle voted as the fan’s favorite.

Admission is $5.00 for adults.  Children 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult.  This fee will admit one to all events including the car show, entertainment, and much more.  Free parking is available.

Camp Courageous is a year-round recreational facility for individuals with special needs, serving nearly 10,000.  The camp is run without government funding, formal sponsorship, or someone paid to raise funds for the camp.  What this means is everything donated goes directly to benefit the campers. All proceeds from Cruisin' for Camp Courageous go to Camp Courageous.

For more information contact Camp Courageous at (319) 465-5916 Ext. 2130 or visit <www.campcourageous.org>.

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