31st Annual Standing Stone Marbles Festival & National Rolley Hole Championships
September 14, 2013
Entries from across the United States and several other countries. You will not only see the many contests leading up to the crowning of the champions, but also see marbles being made by craftsmen.
Held each September, Standing Stone State Park's Rolley Hole Marbles Tournament in Overton county is the world's most challenging marble tournament where only the finest players can hope to compete.This traditional marbles contest draws some of the country’s best players to a tournament where players match wit and skills with special flint spheres on a smooth dirt surface. Festival includes kids’ games, marble making, swap meet, tournament play, demonstrations, music and food. (Registration is required for the Rolley Hole Tournament.) This one of a kind family experience has been featured by ESPN, Sports Illustrated, CBS, CNN, Smithsonian Institution, National Geographic, and Charles Schulz's Peanuts.