Admission into Wheel Jam is free.
Big Jim Jam Fest is $5.
Admission to Saturday night's entertainment is $7.
Use of Golf Carts/ATVs, or Side-by-Sides
DUE TO SAFETY CONCERNS, ATV’S, SIDE BY SIDES, OFF ROAD VEHICLES, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES, RIDING LAWN MOWERS AND UTILITY VEHICLES WILL NOT BE ALLOWED ON THE SD STATE FAIRGROUNDS FOR WHEEL JAM IN 2018. THE ONLY TWO EXCEPTIONS TO THE RULE ARE FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE HANDICAPPED AND POSSESS A CURRENT HANDICAP VEHICLE PARKING PERMIT OR IF THE VEHICLE WILL BE ON DISPLAY IN THE MOTORCYCLE SHOW.
Anyone wishing to bring a golf cart or an exception listed above to Wheel Jam must:
- Purchase a $20 permit from the State Fair Office or upon entry onto fairgrounds for Wheel Jam. Permit is to be displayed on the vehicle in a highly visible area.
- Provide to gate personnel upon entry onto the fairgrounds for Wheel Jam a Certificate of Liability Insurance showing liability coverage in the amount of $500,000 showing any of the following:
• General Liability; or
• Automobile Liability; or
• Personal Liability; or
• Farm personal liability
The insurance certificate also needs to state: “State of South Dakota, C/O SD State Fair, 1060 3rd Street SW, Huron, SD 57350, for use on the South Dakota State Fairgrounds during Wheel Jam 2018.” The State of SD and State Fair do not need to be named as additional insured.
- Sign Waiver of Liability upon entry onto fairgrounds for Wheel Jam.
Miss Wheel Jam Cameron Schroder
Cameron Schroder is the 2018 Miss Wheel Jam. She was crowned at the 2017 SD State Fair. She will be at Wheel Jam this year to help with events and educate people on her platform - Green Print: Simplifying the term “Going Green.” She promotes simplicity in finding ways to incorporate sustainability into your everyday lives.
She is a South Dakota native, growing up in Huron. She is currently attending South Dakota State University for a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism. There she is the president of the journalism club and a news director/reporter for their campus radio station.
She is excited to represent the Miss Wheel Jam title at the Miss South Dakota pageant. Cameron was selected for the state title of Miss South Dakota’s Outstanding Teen 2015 serving along side Miss South Dakota for the year. She is thrilled to be able to compete for the title of Miss South Dakota herself. “The whole community of Huron was so supportive during my year as Miss SDOT. I am so thankful for this opportunity to represent such a fantastic and close to home local title and event and I cannot wait for my chance to compete for Miss South Dakota in June.”