2023 CAMPING GUIDELINES:
The Wright County Fairboard is assigning requested spaces for campsites. CAMPSITES WILL BE ASSIGNED by the camping committee. Campsites will only be assigned once a completed camping form and fee is received. Campers will be given an opportunity to check which preferred camp area they want, based on availability. Group camping is allowed if all forms and fees are submitted together by July 5, 2023.
For Safety Reasons, we are assigning camping and trailer spaces to exhibitors and vendors staying overnight at the Wright County Fairgrounds. ANY OVERNIGHT STAY REQUIRES A CAMPER OR VEHICLE TO BE REGISTERED.
To reserve a campsite, you must be 18 years of age and represent an open class or 4-H animal exhibit or be a current fair vendor. Any person under 18 requires adult supervision. Any disruptive conduct could result in removal from the Fairgrounds.
- Campers must purchase a 5-day camping pass for $50.00.
- A Single Night stay is available upon request for $15.00.
- Pass does NOT include admission or extra vehicles.
* Generators allowed, but must be quiet running ie: Inverter Type 70dba or less *
The Wright County Fair is NOT responsible for campers that stay overnight during the Fair. No Livestock Trailers, Tents, Campers, etc. shall be parked before permission is obtained from the Fairboard. Unauthorized parking will be subject to towing at the owner’s expense. NO CAMPFIRES ALLOWED.
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