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Guest Services

Guest Services

Guest Services houses the main lost and found, lost child assistance, oversized maps and more. Located just outside of Livestock Pavillion and near the Grandstand Paddock.

Grounds Map

A full grounds map is printed at each Admission Gate with a QR that links to an online version. There are also maps available upon request at the Information Booths. 

General Information Booths

Information Booths are located at the three Gates, the Clocktower and around the courtyard between buildings O, P, Q, and R .

Equipment Rentals

There is a mobility equipment rental company. Visit just inside the three admission gates. Strollers, wagons, wheelchairs, and electric scooters are available for rental.  Sales are first-come, first-served until 9pm.

All rentals are for the full day and all rentals require a valid ID as a deposit. A form of ID (Driver’s license or any ID with full name listed)  must be left at the booth during rental. 

Water Filling Stations

The Fairgrounds has two canteen filling stations locations! Guests can fill their cups and water bottles with clean, filtered water anytime, free of charge. Visit the Fair Map for locations.

Lost & Found

The Fair’s main Lost & Found center is located at the Guest Service trailer. Visit any Information Booth to ask.

Or click here to file a report to find your item.

Preferred Hotels

Looking for a hotel to stay at during the Fair, click here for information.

Find My Order

Purchased tickets already, but can’t find your order, click here to access your order.

*Subject to change

First Aid

There is a First Aid location across from the guest services trailer, next to building M.

Nursing Areas

Mothers are welcome to feed their babies any place they choose, but the Fair does offer a nursing station that allows for comfort and privacy.

Concert Access

The Amphitheater offers wheelchair and scooter access seating areas. You can purchase an ADA concert seat or claim a free seat with Fair admission on the day of, while supplies last. 

Guests may purchase accessible seating in advance (club and floor level seats) on a first-come, first-served basis, plus one companion. Free General Admission Bleacher accessible seats are also available day of while supplies last.  Please note, some accessible seating may require walking up steps.

Grandstand Access

Wheelchair access ramps are available on the front of the Grandstand as well as both sides of the building. Guests using a wheelchair or scooter may enjoy shaded viewing areas on the ground level or access the second level seating areas by elevator.

Accessible Guest Parking

Accessible parking is available in all Fairgrounds parking lots. Parking fees are the same as regular parking. Ask the parking gate upon entering. A disabled person parking place-card is required to park in parking spaces designated for disabled individuals.

accessible Website

All of the Fairground websites offer an ADA widget. Click the blue corner icon for options.

sensory Issues

Sensory Kits
At this year’s Fair, sensory kits will be available for guests of all ages with sensory needs at no charge. The kits will include one pair of sunglasses, a small travel Kleenex, a pair of foam earplugs, a fidget toy, a squeeze toy, and a soft square of flannel. Sensory kits will be available at the guest services trailer near the Grandstands.

Noise Cancelling Headphones
Upon request,  noise cancelling headphones are also available to rent at no additional cost. The parents must leave a name and phone number so that they can be contacted if the headphone is not returned. These can be found at our guest services trailer near the Grandstands.