Mark's has flourished since its founding in May 1995. 2015 is the 20th year of the cruise, and it has grown into the largest weekly cruise night in New England.
The cruise is located on 25 acres of land in East Granby, Connecticut. The cruise requires long hours of organization, preparation and hard work. Mark's Classic Cruise is maintained by 40 volunteers every Monday night.
Our family friendly cruise is dedicated to perpetuating the memory of antique, classic and special interest vehicles. Participants' vehicles must be clean.
Marks Classic Cruise is an OPEN cruise night; which means ANYONE is welcome to attend regardless of year, make, and model driven. Vehicles must be clean. Our cruise runs EVERY Monday night (unless inclement weather or saturated field conditions.) from 5pm to 9pm between May and September (excluding holidays).
A spectrum of work occurs; ranging from early morning mowing to late night clean-up. The crew members work tirelessly to provide the ultimate cruise night experience and very best gathering place for car lovers.
Our staff of food servers provide a menu of: burgers, chili, pizza, hot dogs, popcorn, soda, water, coffee, and desserts. Often times there are specials available too.
Rules of the Road
For the protection of EVERYONE who attends Mark's Classic Cruise, these show rules have been put into place so that we can ALL ENJOY a wonderful cruise night experience. Vehicles in the cruise must be dedicated to perpetuating the memory of antique, classic, or special interest vehicles.
- No alcohol
- No burnouts
- Pets must be leashed
- Pets must remain under their owner's control at all times, and remain their owner's responsibility
- No bicycles
- No carriages or strollers between show vehicles
- Small children must be under parental supervision
- Do not touch or lean on show vehicles
- Please use litter barrels
- Vehicles must be clean
- Vehicles admitted to the field are subject to cruise night crew members discretion
These show rules apply to ALL attendees of Mark's Classic Cruise.