2022 Lake Mirror Classic FAQ

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What are the dates and times of this year’s events?
  • Friday, 10/14/22 “Hot Rod Rendezvous” 5p-9p
  • Saturday, 10/15/22 Lake Mirror Classic Concours 10a-3p
  • Saturday, 10/15/22 Downtown Lakeland Car Show 10a-3p
  • Sunday, 10/16/22 Lake Mirror Classic Road Rally 9a-2p
When is registration open?
Show vehicle registration will begin May 15th, 2022 and run through through September 15th, 2022
What is the cost for admission?

All Lake Mirror Classic events are FREE for spectators.

Are there accommodations and hotels nearby?

Yes. We have our host hotel ____________________ plus other nearby hotel and camping options.

Do you have parking for for show car trailers and tow vehicles?

Yes we will have designated trailer parking areas for show vehicles participating in the events

Where do guests/spectators park?

Specific parking garages and other designated public parking in downtown Lakeland will be available at no charge for the events

Will there be food available?
Downtown Lakeland restaurants will be open, and many will offer discounts. Download the app before you arrive for options and discount ideas
Are dogs permitted?

Since all events take place on city property and streets, well behaved dogs on leashes are permitted.  All Lakeland ordinances apply including cleaning up after your pet.  No pets should get near any show vehicles.

Can we photograph vehicles?

Absolutely yes! Guests and spectators are encouraged to engage with show vehicle owners as well.  Every single car and boat has an amazing story and history.  You will often be surprised at the time and effort behind each work of art you will see!

Are children allowed?

Of course, and we encourage young people to share the experience.  This event will bring together four generations of families in a fun setting.  It is important no one touch any vehicles,  and always respect the immense time and financial investments made to display these works of art.  Check back for updates on how children can participate as youth judges.