The Ohio Quarter Horse Association contracts with a number of hotels in the Columbus area for discounted rates during the All American Quarter Horse Congress. In order to receive discounted rates, reservations must be made through the hotel reservation website.
Hotel Questions - contact:
Brandon Gessner | HelmsBriscoe
All camping is at the discretion of Standard Parking and the Ohio Expo Center.
Camping spaces are available through Standard Parking at the Ohio Expo Center on a first-come, first-serve basis.
No reservations will be accepted.
Fees & Conditions
Camping is $40 per day. Standard Parking requires that you pay for the entire length of the show up front beginning upon arrival.
Campers not staying the entire show may collect a refund at the Standard Parking Office, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday-Friday or 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Saturday and Sunday. To receive a refund, a dated Ohio Expo Center camper pass must be presented. Those staying past 12:00 noon will be charged for an additional day. If leaving after the Standard Parking refund office hours, refund information to start the process may be obtained from the stall office. All camping requires a $75 whole-show pass to be purchased for the towing vehicle or RV.
All horse trailers parking south of 17th Avenue will be charged the $40 per day camping fee. Trailers that are not being used for camping will have the option to park at no charge in the trailer lot north of 17th Avenue.
To contact Standard ParkingGregory Deptula | Senior Facility Manager
717 East 17th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43215
p: 614-294-9336 f: 614-294-9337
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The Congress offers a limited number of reserved VIP camping spots each year. The reserved VIP camping lot will be a fenced area located adjacent to the Denny Hales Arena.
For more information please contact:
614-505-7200 ext. 122
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