To provide a safe experience for our guests, all bags will be searched before entry.
The following is a list of prohibited items:
- Coolers that are larger than 12” x18”
- Beer, Wine, Liquor, and all other Alcoholic Beverages. Recreational marijuana (THC/cannabis) is illegal in Wisconsin & is prohibited on all EAA grounds.
- Firearms, fireworks, and explosives.
- Laser pointers.
- Smoking/vaping is prohibited in all EAA owned/leased buildings, and is only allowed in designated outside areas as indicated on the convention site map.
- Large table umbrellas
- Recording devices other than standard consumer smartphones. No commercial or professional recording devices.
- Pets (Note: Service animals/dogs are not considered pets. See below for information regarding service animals.)
- Knives with blades longer than 4 inches.
- Bicycles, roller skates, roller blades, skateboards, “Razor” style scooters, hoverboards, golf carts, and other personal mobility devices except as specifically permitted below***.
- Large backpacks (Oversized).
- Anything that can be used as, or considered to be, a weapon.
- Anything that can be considered, by statute, as illegal or contraband.
** Prohibited items, other than firearms and illegal substances will be the responsibility of the individual who brought the item. If the item(s) is left behind, it will be taken to lost and found. If the item is food or beverage, it will be discarded.
** Members camping in EAA’s Seaplane Base camping area may keep large coolers in their camping areas..
*** The following mobility handicapped vehicles are allowed:
- One person electric/handicapped convenience vehicles
- Segway personal mobility devices, when required because of the individual’s mobility disability and when operated in a safe manner consistent with 28 C.F.R. 36.311(b)(1). Such Segway mobility devices are required to display a special sticker, issued by AirVenture Security personnel. All questions should be referred to EAA AirVenture Security.
EAA follows ADA guidelines regarding service animals. The ADA defines service animals as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. The specific work or task a dog has been trained to provide must be directly related to a person’s disability. Dogs or other animals whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as service animals according to the ADA. Therefore, emotional support animals are not permitted on any EAA or AirVenture grounds or in any EAA or AirVenture facilities.
Service animals must remain on a leash or in a harness and under the control of the owner at all times.
If you have any further questions on prohibited items, please contact Membership@EAA.org.