Located off West 192, just two miles west of the Florida Turnpike, the Silver Spurs Arena can be accessed off Shakerag Road or Bill Beck Boulevard. At all three entrances to the property, there will be parking attendees that will help point you to our rodeo-designated parking spots. If you or someone in your party has a handicapped parking permit, please let our parking attendees know so that they can direct to you our handicapped parking spots located at the front of the arena. To keep your cost low, there is no parking fee for all of our Silver Spurs’ rodeo events.
With only three entrances to the Silver Spurs Arena, we suggest attendees arrive about an hour and a half before the performance. That way you have plenty of time to park your car and jump in line to grab a seat for all the rodeo action. With higher attendance for some of our rodeo events, expect traffic delays driving to and when leaving the arena.
The smell of freshly churned dirt mingles in the air. The sound of hooves pounds against the ground. The rodeo announcer's voice booms over the speakers, welcoming everyone to this celebration of cowboy heritage. The crowd responds with exhilarating cheers. This can only mean one thing - it's rodeo season!
And in Kissimmee, Florida, there is no rodeo more iconic than the Silver Spurs Rodeo, the largest rodeo east of the Mississippi. Our roots run deep in the heart of Osceola County, Florida, where our history stems from a humble gathering of ranchers in the early 1940s. For more than 80 years, we have been preserving and showcasing the thrilling sport of rodeo.
As a non-profit organization, our mission goes beyond providing exhilarating entertainment. For us, it's not just about the thrill of riding broncs or taming bulls. It's about preserving tradition and celebrating the courage and resilience that defines our heritage.
Every rider, every spectator and every volunteer contributes to creating an atmosphere filled with unwavering support and adrenaline-fueled excitement. But beyond all the dust kicked up by hooves and all the cheers echoing through the stands lies something even more profound—the deep sense of community in Osceola County and our ability to give back to it.