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Bring out your Pony to celebrate the biggest National Mustang Day event in the Bay Area. Enjoy cars, live music, raffles, food, train rides and more. 

Date: April 17th, 2021​

1) 7:00 am – 10:00 am Meet-up and Cruise

2) 10:00 am – 3:30 pm NMD 2021 Celebration at Roaring Camp Railroads

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1) Meet-up and Cruise

Two locations

1. From San Jose by San Jose Mustangs
Meet at Bass Pro Shops parking lot
5160 Cherry Ave,
San Jose, CA 95118
at 7:20am.

Head out at 7:50am sharp.
Arrive to Roaring Camp around 9am.
Google Maps Link:
https://goo.gl/maps/VJ9qLNwY2a5fXDcf8

 

2. From Foster City by Peninsula Mustangs
Meet at Bridgepointe Shopping Center parking lot
2260 Bridgepointe Pkwy,
San Mateo, CA 94404
at 7am.

Head out at 7:30am sharp.
Arrive to Roaring Camp around 8:40am.
Google Maps Link:
https://goo.gl/maps/eX8MLKN8FTgumX5t7

3. From Pittsburg by Erica
Meet at in-n-out parking lot
4550 Delta Gateway Blvd B,
Pittsburg, CA 94565
at 7:10am.

Head out at 7:40am.
Arrive to Roaring Camp around 9:15am.
Google Maps Link:
https://maps.app.goo.gl/xUYWkfg1ZUePAo2q7
 

All the cars have to arrive at the venue before 10am.

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2) NMD 2021 Celebration

10:00 am - 3:30 pm

Roaring Camp Railroads

5401 Graham Hill Road
Felton, CA 95018

Take a trip back in time to the Wild West where the ponies ran wild and wagons had 5.0' wheels. This unique location gives a back drop for our modern ponies to celebrate the birth of the Ford Mustang.

We will enjoy good food, music, and camaraderie with fellow Mustang enthusiasts. You will also have opportunity join us on a train ride to the redwood forest, and win cool raffle prizes.

Town of Roaring Camp

​In 1842, Graham established the first saw mill west of the Mississippi. Fortunately, the Big Trees here were spared the woodman’s axe, and 25 years later became the first virgin stand of coastal redwoods to be protected from logging.

The area’s first railroad, the Santa Cruz & Felton, began carrying tourists to the Big Trees and the beach in 1875. In 2013, the Roaring Camp & Big Trees Narrow Gauge RR celebrated its Golden Anniversary (50 years) and the Santa Cruz, Big Trees & Pacific RY has been operating along the 1875 Santa Cruz & Felton route since 1985.

The dream of preserving a piece of the 1880s and early California was the dream of Roaring Camps Founder F. Norman Clark.

Event schedule

8:30 – 10:00 am The arrival of the Mustangs


10:00 am Get the party started
10:15 am Band starts playing
11:00 am Meet the Mustang clubs
11:15 am The band is back

12:00 pm Best Cowgirl and Cowboy contest, Sponsors' trophies for the best cars

12:15 pm The band is back

12:45 pm The big raffle

1:45 pm Redwood Forest Steam Train

3:30 pm The end

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