Corporate Events

Company Picnics

Festivals & Fairs

Church Events

School Events



Car Shows

Community Events

Field Days


And More!


Soft Serve

Ice Cream

(& Sprinkles!)

Items We Offer:

-We typically are not able to do events serving less than 50 people

-In cases of events with 50-150 people we will usually bring the mini- mobile unit instead of our larger units

-If you have less people than that, you may want to consider inviting more people to join you!

-We have the Mobile Cone Unit with a large truck attached to tow it with

-We have a Generator that must be parked next to or diagonal to the Mobile. (See Pictures Below!)

  • Keith was inspired by the community's enthusiasm for The Cone and decided to take it on the road!
  • He found the first Mobile Cone Unit in Louisiana in 2005.
  • Our first event was Saint Max Festival (Which we have gone to every year since!)
  • Over the years our Mobile Fleet has grown to a total of 4 Units! (Including one mini-mobile)
  • Our largest event by far is the Riverfest WEBN Fireworks each year, with approximately 500,000 people in attendance!

Famous Orange Sherbet!

Variety of Flavors

(Including Sugar Free!)

Also Hot Fudge & Turtle Sundaes!

(We are only licensed to operate in the State of Ohio)

The Mobile Cone!

Please Email for any Inquiries Regarding Mobile Cone Events!

(Generally Served at Larger Events)

Do I Have Enough Space?

Conemade Pumpkin Ice Cream (Fall Only)

Premium Chocolate and Vanilla!

Do I have Enough People?

Questions About Anything Mentioned Above? It NEVER Hurts to Ask!!

Edible Cookie Dough Treats!

Taking it to the Road!

Things To Consider Before Booking:

We Can Serve Up To 1000 Cones/Hour Per Unit!

All Natural

Shave Ice!

Ice Cream Cones & Bowls:

Book an Event with The Mobile Cone!

Events We Can Do!

-Duration of the Event

-Distance we would need to Travel

-Number of Servings

-Type of Items Served

-We also have a fixed cost for set up, tear down, etc

-The more people we are serving, the less the cost is per serving!)

What are Rates Based on?