Springville Sierra Rodeo

Wonderful entertainment, fantastic food, and the thrills and spills of world class rodeo action are in store for those who Cowboy-Up at the Springville Sierra Rodeo.

Join us for the 64th Annual P.R.C.A. Rodeo in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains featuring "Barrels & Bulls," Motorcycle Barrel Race, Queen's Coronation Dance, Downtown Parade, Miss Rodeo California, Riata Ranch Cowboy Girls, Hide Race, Packing Contest, U.S. Marine Corps Mounted Color Guard, Springville Sierra Rodeo Stagecoach, Silver Dollar Dig, Cowboy Clowns, Seven Wild and Woolly Professional Rodeo Events, and cowboys and cowgirls.

The rodeo started in 1949 and is approved by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. It reflects the ranching background of the area that has existed for over a century and is still thriving today.  The entire family is invited and there is free parking at the grounds located at 34754 Highway 190 in Springville, California.

From Northern California, take Hiway 99 South past Tulare and turn left on Hiway 190. Head East towards the Sierra 15 miles past Porterville to the Springville Rodeo Grounds on the left.

From Southern California, take Hiway 5 and continue on Hiway 99 through Bakersfield. Turn right on Hiway 65 and go North 43 miles to Hiway 190 and turn right and head toward the Sierra about 15 miles to the Springville Rodeo Grounds on the left.


Latitude: 36.1210982 Longitude: -118.8271379 Elevation: 1003 ft
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Admission Fee (if any)

Friday "Barrels & Bulls" and Dance $15 Adults, $8 Children 6-12 years, Dance only $5

Saturday and Sunday Reserved Seats: $20 (All Ages)

General Admission: $15 Adults, $8 Children 6-12 years, Free for Children under 6 and Military in Uniform

Save $3.00 on pre-sale rodeo tickets available at Allen's Boot & Saddle, The Hamburger Stand and at http://www.rodeo49.com

ADA Accessibility Notes

Handicapped Parking. Wheelchair area to view the rodeo.

Pet Friendly Notes

Dogs must be kept on a leash due to the loose animals in the arena during the rodeo. Bring your horse and ride in the parade.


Great show! It truly is the Biggest Little Rodeo in the West!

Arlo Dunbar, 5/26/2011

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