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Guest Relations

ATM’s are located on the fairgrounds.

Lost & Found is located in the Guest Relations / Information Booth located
just inside the main entrance of the fairgrounds.

Restrooms are located in Dan Cannon Auditorium & Adjacent to Higgins
Hall, outside of the Albert A. Barthle Livestock Pavilion and Adjacent to the
Greenhouse located in the rear of the fairgrounds.

Diaper changing facilities are located in the restrooms located in the front
of Dan Cannon Auditorium.

Fair admission prices are $10.00 for adults, $5.00 for children (ages 6- 12),
ages 5 and under are free. - Parking is Always FREE

Here is information to make your visit to the fair

Check the weather report: Be prepared with sunscreen and visors on warm,
sunny days. Have a jacket or sweatshirt for cool evenings. A poncho or umbrella is a good idea if the skies turn gray.

Wear Comfortable shoes: With over 30 acres of activities and the fairgrounds being located on a hillside, there is plenty of walking in store.

Leave coolers at home. No bottles, cans, coolers, or picnic baskets are permitted on the fairgrounds.

Bring your camera: There will be plenty of memorable moments, so bring your camera or video camera and capture the special day forever. Please note:
Cameras and video cameras may be prohibited during certain entertainment events.

Leave your pets at home: With the exception of SERVICE ANIMALS, pets are not permitted on the fairgrounds. DO NOT leave them in your vehicle.

Parking: Parking is free at the fairgrounds. Be sure to lock your vehicle,
and take note of where you have parked. Take a minute to familiarize yourself with your surroundings when you arrive to avoid confusion when you depart. When driving in the parking lot, please drive with caution and watch for “walking traffic”.

Once inside the fair, please make sure to pick up a Daily Schedule at the
Information booth. This is the best way to plan your day and locate all the activities there are to see and do at the Pasco County Fair.

For your Safety & Health: The Pasco County Fair asks everyone to wash his or her hands before leaving the restrooms, animal areas, and barns, especially before eating. There are hand-sanitizing stations located through-out the fairgrounds and food-court area.

Non permitted weapons are not allowed at the Fair for the safety of all of our fair guests.

See Covid Guidelines for the 2021 Pasco County Fair below:

Pasco County Fair Covid Guidelines for 2021

The Pasco County Fair Association has implemented the following safety guidelines to attend the upcoming 2021 Pasco County Fair:

Masks are required in all buildings on the Pasco County Fairgrounds. Masks are not required outdoors where social distancing can be maintained. We strongly recommend all guests wear face masks to attend.

Follow all directional signage that accommodates for a socially distanced capable environment.

Frequently use the hand sanitizing stations that will be located throughout the fairgrounds.

Be considerate of others around you and follow social distancing protocols.

Adherence to the guidelines will assist in our efforts to present a safe and successful fair.

COVID-19 exposure is an inherent risk in any public location where people are present. Guests should only attend after evaluating their own health risks.

The Pasco County Fair Association cannot guarantee you will not be exposed during your visit.

Purchase of a ticket, pass or ride or armband and entry into the Pasco County Fairgrounds constitute your understanding of these risks and your willingness to undertake the rise of exposure. NO refunds will be given following your entry on to the Fairgrounds.

Come back again and again. Each day there is always something new to see and
do to make your visit to the Pasco County Fair, a good time.

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