Last year 20,000 people turned out for Toadlick's first festival.
Those numbers by themselves are impressive enough, but this year they doubled that and are still counting.
Dothan will see the impact long after the counting ends.
The three day festival packed the national peanut festival fairgrounds Thursday through Saturday, with 600 to 700 RVs.
Crowds packed into hotels, restaurants and shopping centers.
The number of arrests is also down this year. Last year, 30 arrests were made. This year, officials say it was only seven.