North Dakota already holds the Guinness World Record for the most snow angels made simultaneously in one place. This weekend, the state is aiming to set another Guinness World Record.

Fort Stevenson State Park in Garrison, ND is turning 50, and they're celebrating in the most delicious way possible. They're aiming to break the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title for Most People Making S'mores Simultaneously, and need your help to make history!

Event Timeline: Saturday, May 18

  • Park opens: 8 a.m.
  • Event gate opens: 1:30 p.m. (closes at 2:45 p.m.)
  • World Record attempt: 3 p.m.
  • Spectator area: Open all event long for coming and going
  • Official adjudicator: On-site to verify the record

What You Need to Know:

  • Goal: 892+ participants to break the record
  • Carpool: Please, and follow signs for event parking
  • Participation: Each person must roast, make, and eat their own s'more
  • Wristbands: Required for entry into the event area, given at the gate (up to 1,200 people)
  • Facilities: Restrooms and concessions available
  • Pets: Leashed pets allowed in the park, but not in the event area

What's Included:

  • Free park entry: For the day
  • Commemorative roasting sticks: For the first 1,200 participants, thanks to SCHEELS
  • S'mores supplies: Provided
  • Bragging rights: For helping break the record!

This event is packed with fun for the whole family! While participants need to make their own s'mores, there's a spectator area with a comfort station and grassy space perfect for families with young kids. Enjoy the tunes from a DJ, munch on goodies from food trucks, and soak up the excitement even if you’re just watching.

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So s'mores lovers, grab your friends and family, head to Fort Stevenson State Park on Saturday, and be part of history! Let's make s'mores and sweet memories together!

If you plan to attend, please help them out by marking your status as "Going" on the Facebook event:

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