What activities are there for young children?
We've got lots of entertainment for the entire family. Young children can participate in educational games, visit the petting farm, go fishing, enjoy the kiddie tractor pull, participate in contests, compete in the mutton bustin’ and more.
How should I dress?
Western gear would be festive, but at least wear boots or comfortable shoes. You can expect the Fair to involve straw and dust, so be comfortable and casual.
How much is parking? Coming Soon!
How do I purchase tickets to the Fair?
The Fair is pay-as-you-enter, so you'll pay on arrival at the Fairgrounds. Pricing for 2013 - $5 parking per car, $5 gate Admission (Children 12 and under are free)
What types of entertainment will be at the Fair?
Local bands as well as other stage entertainment are planned for this event. Check out Things to Do for more information.
What kinds of vendors will be at the Fair?
Hungry? You'll be able to choose from a variety of food vendors. In 2011 we had: deep-fried Twinkies, Oreos and Candy Bars. And what’s a fair without food on a stick? Choose from Fried Chicken on a Stick, Cajun Fried Shrimp on a Stick, Porkchop on a Stick and Steak on a Stick. We’ve got dinosaur ribs, funnel cakes and turkey legs too.
And don’t miss our commercial vendors selling everything from cowboy hats to jewelry. The vendor area is geared for variety and an enjoyable shopping experience.
Got more questions? Contact us.