Vendor Guidelines + Application
We do not offer protection from the rain or sun - vendors are strongly encouraged to bring a small canopy, which may be set up within your assigned space. We cannot guarantee attendance figures.
Chester County Parks will host multiple events that award vendor space via an application process. Due to limitations, the County cannot guarantee space for all applicants. Consideration will be given based on event needs, space, amount of duplicated products and required criteria of the event.
For smaller events, vendors are individually solicited based on desired menu items, proximity to park, and previous experience.
All food vendors must:
Chester County Parks will host two events that feature craft vendors. Vendors must feature hand-made items for display and sale. All items to be sold must be the created work of the vendor. Commercially manufactured items, kits and/or items not handcrafted or designed by the vendor may not be sold. Vendors must adhere to the Craft Vendor Guidelines and Policies. Vendors interested in participating must complete an application, found on this page.
We are no longer accepting commercial vendor applications for any event. Exceptions may be made if the proposed product(s) directly relate to the event theme. Please do not submit a craft vendor form in anticipation of participating. For more information, please Contact Us
All vendors must adhere to the following Vendor Guidelines.
Please read carefully. The submission of an application does not guarantee participation in any event. Your signature on an application indicates that you have read and understand the information contained in this document. The County may revoke, immediately, all of the rights of the vendor, agents or employees of the vendor’s booth, without a refund of fees, due to a violation of the rules set forth herein:
Further, the vendor expressly stipulates and agrees to indemnify, hold harmless and defend the County of Chester from and against any and all claims, suits, damages (including without limitation consequential damages, losses, liability, and expenses (including but not limited to attorneys’ fees) attributable to bodily injury, sickness, disease or death, or to injury to or destruction of tangible property including loss of use resulting there from, in any manner arising out of, or resulting from the activities of vendor.