TETON COUNTY FAIR
Join us at the 67th Annual Teton County Fair, our community’s signature agricultural and western heritage event.
The Teton County Fair spans nine days, features entertaining events, shows, and programming, and draws competitors and spectators from all demographics. It’s our goal to produce an exceptional and memorable experience for all who join us.
We’re bringing back the favorites, including the Horse Show competitions, Frazier Shows carnival, 4-H livestock shows and sale, All Aboard Train, Freckle Farm Petting Zoo, the Blue Ribbon Exhibit Hall, Fair Rodeo, and Figure 8 Races. We’re excited to announce a new Wednesday night event this year, Extreme Medieval Jousting! The Fair Concert will move to Thursday night in the Rodeo Arena.
We’re also adding laser tag on the tennis courts, which is free and fun for all ages.
In addition to the Lion’s Club Breakfast and Beer Garden, the Big Top Tent will feature new stage programming and strolling entertainment. Enjoy a variety of live music, participate in a jackpot cornhole tournament, partake in the nationally-recognized pie eating contest, enter your newborn in the diaper derby, and bring your wiener dog to the races.
The Blue Ribbon Exhibit Hall will now be located in the new Fairgrounds Community Building behind the Fair Office. All department “Best of Show” winners will be awarded a trophy belt buckle this year.
On behalf of the Teton County Fair Board, I’d like to thank all of our sponsors for their generous support and look forward to seeing everyone at the Fair!
– Zach Vosika Teton County Fair Board Chair
Teton County Fair will not be held responsible for the loss of any article or animal exhibited at the Fair, either during the progress of the Fair or while en route to or from the Fair. Nor will Teton County Fair be held responsible for the safekeeping or safe return of any exhibit to its owner, although due care and caution will be exercised to prevent all loss or damage. Teton County Fair management welcomes and appreciates any reports witnessed of mistreatment or extortion by any service provider or concessionaire during the progress of the Fair. Please file any complaints with the Fair Office immediately.
Parking passes will be sold at the Fair Office or at the parking stations on either end of Snow King Avenue throughout Fair Week (Wed–Sun). $35 per day and $50 for the week. Parking is extremely limited on the Fairgrounds during Fair and is not guaranteed, even with the purchase of a parking pass. There will be no fairgoer parking on the Fairgrounds on Saturday, July 29th, as all lots will be reserved and designated for Fair Rodeo contestants and horse trailers. Fairgoers are encouraged to park off site and walk or bike. A designated bike corral will be available for bike parking.
Health & Safety
Trash receptacles, recycling bins, restrooms, extra port-o-pots, and hand washing stations will be available throughout the Fairgrounds. There’s no shortage of cute critters at the Teton County Fair but the animals can unintentionally make you sick. It’s very important to wash your hands after touching any animal and before eating or drinking anything. Please consider these helpful tips to ensure a healthy Fair:
- Adult supervision of children is required at all times.
- Mouth-to-mouth contact between animals and humans is prohibited.
- Wash hands immediately after touching any animals and before eating or drinking anything.
- Food and drinks are prohibited from any areas that are designated for livestock.
- Do not feed any animals any food, unless it is provided by the concessionaire i.e. petting zoo.
- Wash your hands well and often.
There is one ATM on the Fairgrounds, located inside the Carnival. We recommend you bring cash with you. Credit/debit cards accepted at various locations.