Clallam County Fair, Port Angeles Washington

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Clallam County Fair

Clallam County Fair is one of those scrappy, old school county fairs featuring the best that Clallam County has to offer. From the agricultural (animal shows, quilting, and canning) to the more electrifying (lawnmower races, demotion derby) some may find the fair “too traditional” but many hipsters may see its throwback charm. Read More

When is the Clallam County Fair?

The Clallam County Fair takes place across four days in mid-August.

Where is the Clallam County Fair?

The Callam County Fair is located next door to the William R. Fairchild Airport in Port Angeles. From Olympic Highway 101, turn onto Airport Road. Proceed to the stop sign. Turn right on to Lauridsen Blvd. After 500 feet, turn left on to `M´ Street. The Fairgrounds is on the right side of the road. Free parking is available on the east side of `M´ Street and north of West 16th Street.

How much does the Clallam County Fair cost?

There are separate tickets and admission fees for entrance into the fair, for the rides, and for the Demolition Derby.

What else should I know about the Clallam County Fair?

Though there are some intense activities at the fair (demolition derby and rodeo) there is a lot for the smaller kiddies to enjoy at the Clallam County Fair as well. The little ones will enjoy the tractor pull, mini-climbing walls, and pony rides.

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