Allowed Through the Gates?
You can save yourself time and hassle by
leaving the following items at home, in your car or at your campsite, as
these items will not be allowed through the admission gates:
- Coolers larger than 12-by-18 inches.
- Beer, wine, liquor or any other
- Firearms, fireworks and explosives.
- Knives with a blade length of more than
- Pets, other than service animals.
- Bicycles, roller skates, roller blades,
skateboards, "Razor" style boards, Segway personal
transports, or any other self-propelled device.
*(one person electric/handicapped convenience vehicles are allowed)
- Oversized backpacks.
Members camping in Airplane Camping areas
can keep large coolers in their camping area, as long as the cooler has
the proper pass. These coolers will be allowed after being inspected by
Random checks will be done on coolers,
backpacks, large purses, and other bags allowed in. All items, vehicles
and persons are subject to search.
Prohibited items, other than firearms and
illegal substances, will be the responsibility of the individual who
brought the item. If it is left behind, it will be taken to lost and
found. If the item is food or beverage, it will be disposed of.
NO COMMERCIAL SOLICITING ON THE GROUNDS
In consideration of our visitors, EAA
AirVenture maintains a "no solicitation" policy on the grounds,
and in the parking lots and campgrounds. This includes non-exhibitor
commercial activity and/or advertising in those areas. If you are
approached in any EAA AirVenture area by a person selling an item,
collecting for a charity or distributing literature, especially in the
camping areas or parking lots, please alert an EAA official or security
immediately with as many details of that person as possible.
"For Sale" signs in aircraft or
on prop covers are permissible without an exhibitor agreement, but no
literature or plans may be distributed.