Questions and Answers

When is Dozer Day?

Dozer Day is May 14th and 15th for 2022. Gates open at 11:00 am and close at 4:00 pm.

New in 2022, the event will open one hour early BOTH Saturday, 5/14, and Sunday, 5/15, exclusively for our valued sponsors & their guests before opening to the crowds at 11:00 am. If this privilege interests you, please visit our sponsors page to get involved. 

How much does Dozer Day 2022 cost and where can I get tickets?

Tickets for Dozer Day are $15 for ages 2-102 years old.

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Where is Dozer Day held?

For 2022, Dozer Day will again be at the Clark County Fairgrounds in Ridgefield, Washington (17402 NE Delfel Rd., Ridgefield WA 98642).

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What is the ideal age for Dozer Day?

Dozer Day has something for ALL ages! 

Kids (size permitting) get to hop into heavy, construction equipment and operate the machines guided by in-cab, experienced equipment operators. For big kids (ages 12-112 yrs old), there are additional machines that are fun and safe to operate without in-cab guidance.

In addition to big rigs, you’ll find awesome activities like the tire crawl and kids’ dig, fun contests, lots of sponsor give-aways and much more.

Can we get a grant for Dozer Day tickets?

Children’s not-for-profit organizations may be eligible for free or reduced-price tickets.

Please email requests on non-profit letterhead along with IRS tax exempt documentation to

Are Dozer Day reservations refundable?

Tickets are NOT refundable or adjustable, but please be assured the donation benefits many great children’s charities.

Who are the main sponsors for Dozer Day?

Dozer Day is sponsored by many local businesses who are invested in our community. For information on becoming a sponsor or to see a detailed list of sponsors, please visit the sponsor page.

Can I volunteer to help at Dozer Day?

Yes, we would be grateful to have you join the Dozer Day 2022 Team! Please visit our volunteer page for details. 

Where did Dozer Day Start?

The first “Dozer Day” was held in Wisconsin hosted by Halquist Stone and benefited local schools. In 2008 the Nutter Foundation acquired the rights to Dozer Day and trademarked the event. We now share Dozer Day with partners throughout the United States. See our full list of Dozer Day Event Partners here!