Safety is the main concern for our visitors. We strongly recommend that you wash you hands and your children's hands after visiting any of the animal areas! Please do not take any food into the animal barns.
ATM Machines are placed in locations on the fairgrounds
The First Aid building is manned by EMT's/Paramedics to assist you in case of illness or physical problem.
Security is provided by the Lake County Sheriff's Department and they have a Command Center located on the fairgrounds.
Lost and Found is located in the Command Center.
There is a large picnic area to sit and relax while enjoying some fabulous food.
Hand sanitizing stations are located near all of the animal exhibits, and picnic areas and hand washing stations are located near the portable bathrooms.
A "Cooling Center" is located in the 4-H Building if it's too warm
A Mothers Nursing Station is located in the 4-H building
Tips for an enjoyable visit
- Wear comfortable walking shoes (flip flops are NOT recommended). The fairgrounds is 80 acres of wooded land and uneven ground in some areas. You will be walking to all exhibit areas.
- Please leave your pets at home. While we understand your pet may be friendly, some of the exhibit animals might injure your pet if frightened.
- Do not take food or drinks into any of the barns, and be sure to use the hand sanitizers provided after your barn visits.
- Do not bring bicycles, skateboards, rollerblades or any motorized vehicles to the fairgrounds during the fair.
- Take a break if you get tired. Use the picnic areas, benches, or the cooling center located in the 4-H building.
- If it is hot, drink plenty of water, and wear loose fitting light colored clothing.
- Be sure to bring any medications you will need.
- When you arrive, make a plan on where to meet family members if you are split up.
- Don't be shy, ask questions of any of the fair workers, they will be happy to help you.
- Bring your camera, you will want to take pictures!