Silver Spurs Rodeo

Saddle up your RV and hit the road for the largest rodeo east of the Mississippi River. Silver Spurs Rodeo in Kissimmee, Florida, waits for no one.

Event information

Every February and June, thousands of people flock to 1875 Silver Spur Lane, Kissimmee, Florida, for a night of rodeo action. Silver Spurs Rodeo has been a part of American history and tradition since the 1940s and is showing no signs of slowing down.

In 2002, the old arena was demolished, and a new, state-of-the-art facility took its place. Every time you attend a Silver Spurs Rodeo, you are treated to over 8,000 stadium-style seats, a number of luxury skyboxes, and a climate-controlled environment for a pleasant viewing experience.

From bull riding, saddle bronc riding, and steer wrestling, through to roping, barrel racing, and bareback riding; you’ll see it all at Silver Spurs Rodeo. This venue also boasts plenty of parking and proximity to great Florida attractions.

While you’re in the area, there’s every reason to make it a fun holiday. Visit the region’s many amusement parks or take a break with a trip to the Kissimmee Waterfront Park. There are also shopping opportunities galore and a chance to eat at some of the area’s best dining establishments.

Silver Spurs Rodeo may be your reason for the trip, but there’s no reason why you can’t make your visit to Kissimmee, Florida, a vacation to remember.


Tickets for Silver Spurs Rodeo usually go on sale one month before the event kicks off. You can purchase your tickets online and must print these off before you leave home as you’ll need them to get through the door. You can also buy your general admission tickets by phone or at the box office. There is no reserved seating.

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Whether you’re attending Silver Spurs Rodeo in winter or summer, you’ll be pleased to know the roads are pleasant to drive on at almost any time of the year. Given the warm conditions throughout Florida, sometimes even when snow is falling across the rest of the country, you’re less likely to have weather-related problems.

Kissimmee, Florida, is centrally located between Orlando and Tampa and is also situated above Miami. It’s easy to access from US-192, US-17, and Florida’s Turnpike, which is a toll road that has automated collection booths that may require exact change. On your travels, you can remain up to date with traffic and any problems with Florida’s 511 traffic app. Upon arriving in Kissimmee, you can get to the rodeo arena by traveling down US-192.

Parking areas

In the past, parking at Silver Spurs Rodeo has been both free and abundant. There are both paved and dirt parking lots to cater to the masses. However, some sizing limitations may apply, so it’s worth checking out what’s available long before the rodeo is due to commence. Alternatively, you can park at your accommodation and arrange public transportation for the evening.

Public Transportation

If you don’t fancy your chances trying to find a parking spot with your big rig, then make use of the area’s excellent public transportation options. There is a bus that runs a route past Silver Spurs Arena, but there are also taxis and private ride services as well. Whichever option you choose, you won’t find it’s all too inconvenient for one night of rodeo action.

Where to stay


Onsite camping is not an option at Silver Spurs Rodeo, but Kissimmee delivers with plenty of accommodation options to suit almost any traveler. Before you set off, book your preferred type of site which may or may not have service hookups. Some sites may book up quickly, so contact providers in advance to avoid missing out on your first pick.


Given Kissimmee’s proximity to some of the nation’s most magnificent theme parks, you don’t have to travel too far to find RV accommodation. Within one, three, and six miles of the Silver Spurs Arena there are plenty of standout resorts and parks that are likely to appeal to your needs. If you get in quick enough, you may even be able to find something that’s within walking distance for convenience.

Getting around

Once you arrive at the Silver Spurs Arena, you can wander into the venue on foot. This expansive event center hosts the rodeo entirely indoors, which means everything you need to access is within a short walking distance. There will be no need for wheeled transportation at Silver Spurs Rodeo, but ADA-friendly access is offered.

What to pack


The Silver Spurs Arena is an indoor, climate-controlled venue, which means weather doesn’t have to play a significant role in your attire of choice. Wear anything that gets you in the rodeo mood, including cowboy hats, boots, and a fringed jacket if you wish. If you’re in the area for a while, pay attention to a weather app before you leave so that you can pack other clothing accordingly.


With strict security policies in place, it’s a good idea to pack light and leave the majority of your possessions tucked away in your locked RV. Bring a small bag of the designated size regulations, but leave your backpack behind. If you need to bring a medical or diaper bag, support staff may ask to check it. Bring your ticket and cash, but leave behind your coolers, cameras, alcohol, cans or bottles, noisemakers, outside food and beverages, umbrellas, flags, and signs.

Health & Safety

It’s always a bit inconvenient when you leave something at home that you desperately need. Before you hit the road, stock up your RV with a first aid kit, sunscreen, bug spray, and any prescription medication you may require. You won’t need any sun products in the climate-controlled venue. If you’re a smoker, there are designated smoking and e-smoking areas throughout the facility.

Where to eat


If you’ve been chomping at the bit for an authentic RV experience, then here’s your chance. No matter where you set down roots in Kissimmee, you will be able to use your onboard kitchen appliances. Some campgrounds also offer shared amenities if you prefer to get to know your fellow campers instead. Stock up on snacks at one of the many convenient markets and pitstops within proximity to both Kissimmee’s center and Silver Spurs Arena.


While Silver Spurs Arena has concession stands to appease your appetite, something a little more substantial may be on the cards. Wander across US-441 by the rodeo to one of the many dining establishments. There are plenty of chain fast food outlets in the area, or you can travel into the city for something a bit more special instead. There is no shortage of offerings in Kissimmee for hungry travelers.


If all that rodeo action has you feeling a little peckish, then you’re in luck. Silver Spurs Rodeo boasts concession stands with hot dogs, pretzels, hamburgers, and more. If you’ve worked up a thirst, beer and wine are also available for sale. Bring cash or withdraw it from the onsite ATMs.



With thousands of visitors descending on Silver Spurs Rodeo twice a year, event organizers have ramped up security. Metal detectors are in use at the entrance, and staff will be checking bags and items that enter. Allow plenty of time for screening, but you can speed up the process by arriving with only a few possessions.


While winter is traditionally a time of year when people bunker down, it’s the prime time to travel if you’re in Florida. Temperatures average around the high 70s, which means they are far more bearable than in the heart of summer. If you do intend on visiting the area in summer for the June rodeo, be prepared for low 90s for much of the month. Top up all your RV fluids, bring plenty of water for yourself and your RV, and make sure your AC is up to par.


Not only are there two first aid sites in Silver Spurs Arena, but an automated external defibrillator as well. If you require medical assistance at any time, approach a rodeo representative. Otherwise, you can seek advice and care at the nearest medical clinic and pharmacy a little over three miles away from the arena.