Frequently Asked Questions
5hat is DOZER DAY®?
Dozer Day® is like going to a fair only our rides are real heavy construction equipment. Kids hop in the driver’s seat and actually drive dozers, excavators and other heavy equipment with a professional operator at their side. Not only is it a dream-come-true for kids (and fun for the whole family), the event also benefits many children’s charities.
When is Dozer Day®?
Dozer Day® for 2024 is May 4 & 5. Gates open at 11:00 am and close at 4:00 pm. There is a special VIO (Very Important Operator) opening at 10 am each day for our valued sponsors & their guests. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, visit our Sponsors page.
How much does Dozer Day® cost and where can I get tickets?
Pre-purchased Admission is $12 for all attendees. Tickets on the day of the event are $15. Once admission is paid, the cost of most activities inside the event are free, including equipment rides. Tickets are available online.
What is the ideal age for Dozer Day®?
Dozer Day® has activities for kids of all ages. When it comes to the construction equipment the younger kids get more help from the operators than the older ones. Every child must be able to safely and comfortably sit on the lap of our certified operators.
Can the ticket I purchased be used on either day?
Dozer Day® tickets can be used either day but in order to attend two days you will need two tickets. You need one ticket per day/per person.
Are Dozer Day® tickets refundable?
Tickets are not refundable but the money does go to many great charities.
Who are the main sponsors for Dozer Day®?
Dozer Day® is sponsored by many local businesses who are vested in their community. For information on becoming a sponsor or to see a detailed list of sponsors visit: Dozer Day® Sponsorship Opportunities
Can I volunteer to help at Dozer Day®?
Volunteers are always needed and appreciated! For more information, please visit our Volunteer Page.
Are animals and/or smoking allowed at Dozer Day®?
No pets are allowed unless they are service animals and please, no smoking.
Where did Dozer Day® Start?
The first “Dozer Day” was held in Wisconsin hosted by Halquist Stone and benefited local schools. The Nutter Foundation acquired the rights to the Dozer Day® trademarks and event, so that now Dozer Day® can grow throughout the United States.