FAQ

Frequently asked questions grouped by Entrants and Spectators. Some questions are in both groups.

Questions?

Do you have questions about the fields used to register for the All British Field Meet?  What is the cost for spectators? Where is the (fill in the blank) located? Check out the two categories of questions that we have answers to. If you still have other questions, contact us and we will add your question and answer it.

Entrants

If you register your car or bike as Show, it is grouped by class, e.g., MI-01 Mini | Mark I | Mark II, and given an Entry Number. Entrants and spectators vote for their favorite car or bike in a class and for the Best of Show. Show vehicles cannot display “For Sale” signs.

If you register your car or bike For Sale, your dash placard will include the sale price, details about the vehicle, and seller information in case you’re not available for questions.

If you include a photo of your car or bike when registering, the photos and the story of you and both Show and For Sale vehicles are displayed on the Entrants – On the Field or Entrants – For Sale pages.

If you missed the online or mail-in registration deadline, you can register your car or bike at the registration table located just before the show field. For more information, go to the Day of Show Registration page.

Yes, as long as you keep the dog on a leash. The park rules are that the leash cannot be longer than 8 feet and your dog must be under control at all times. Also, if the dog does what a dog does, you are responsible for picking it up.

There is a parking area on the loop near the trailhead north of the Lodge at St. Edward State Park. Here’s a link to the park map. There will be volunteers and signs to point you in the right direction.

Your tow vehicle must have a Discover Pass. If you do not have a Discover Pass, you can purchase an $11.50 Day Pass or a $35.00 annual Discover Pass from Washington State Parks staff. Visit the Discover Pass website for more information.

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Vehicle Story is a way for you to share the history of your car or bike and how it came into your life. It’s a great way to start conversations with fellow entrants and spectators.

Keep it clean, as the story is displayed on your dash placard.

Pick up your registration packet and SWAG bag at the Friday Night Social or the Registration Packets table, located just before the show field, on Saturday.

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There will be four food trucks for your famish (a state of extreme hunger resulting from a lack of essential nutrients over a prolonged period):

Spectators

Yes, as long as you keep the dog on a leash. The park rules are that the leash cannot be longer than 8 feet and your dog must be under control at all times. Also, if the dog does what a dog does, you are responsible for picking it up.

Yes, we have ADA spots reserved for our guests close to the show field. You must have either a disabled license plate or your Disability Placard. A parking volunteer will direct you to the ADA parking area.

Only if you have a Washington State Parks Discover or Disabled Veteran Lifetime pass, or Disabled license plate or placard.

If you have a Washington State Parks Discover Pass, have it ready before arriving at Saint Edward State Park. Hang the pass on your rearview mirror before you get to the volunteers directing traffic at the event and you will be directed where to park. Have a great day at The Show.

If you do not have a Discover Pass, you can purchase a $11.50 Day Pass or a $35.00 annual Discover Pass from Washington State Parks staff. Visit Discover Pass for more information.

The only cost to attend the All British Field Meet is you must have a Washington State Parks Discover Pass to use the park,

If you do not have a Discover Pass, you can purchase an $11.50 Day Pass or a $35.00 annual Discover Pass from Washington State Parks staff. Visit the Discover Pass website for more information.

The spectator parking area does not open until 10:00 AM. The event ends at 4:00 PM, but you can still park there until the park closes at 10:00 PM.

There will be four food trucks for your famish (a state of extreme hunger resulting from a lack of essential nutrients over a prolonged period):

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