What is Walterboro Wings-n-Wheels?
Walterboro Wings-n-Wheels is a family-friendly, fun-filled event showcasing over one hundred aircraft and show cars with amazing craftsmanship, innovative designs, and creative concepts. This event is open to the public and provides the opportunity for young and old to see amazing planes, view classic autos, and talk with their owners.
Admission is $10 per carload. Donation boxes will also be set up for the Wounded Warrior Project. All donations and a portion of the Wings-n-Wheels profits will go to the Wounded Warrior Project.
We will have lots of great food—barbecue, hamburgers, hot dogs, cold drinks, snow cones and more. Displays and projects built by local school students will also be on display.
This is the 7th annual Walterboro Wings-n-Wheels. This event grows each year. We expect 2015 to be bigger and better than last year with more planes and more show cars. You don’t miss this fun-filled event!
Where is Walterboro Wings-n-Wheels?
When is Walterboro Wings-n-Wheels?
Saturday April 18, 2015 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
We recommend you monitor this website for updates. Check this site on Friday evening, April 17, for announcements resulting from adverse weather forecasts for the event day.
Who can attend Wings-n-Wheels?
The general public is invited. Adults and kids of all ages.
Why do you have a Wings-n-Wheels event?
To celebrate the creativity and craftsmanship of auto restorers and aircraft owners, and the freedom of all Americans to pursue their interests and passions.
What about safety at Walterboro Wings-n-Wheels?
We want everyone to enjoy themselves and have a great day, but please be safe! Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times. Spinning propellers are dangerous! We will have aircraft escorts keeping the area clear while planes are taxiing, but please keep away from moving planes. Colleton County Fire-Rescue will be on-site to provide emergency services and meet the public. No pets or coolers allowed in the event.
Look all you want and talk to the owners, but please do not touch the aircraft and show cars. Thank you.