The fair offers a great opportunity for you and your family to enjoy quality time and entertainment together. A little prior planning will help you have a safe and enjoyable experience all day long! Please reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you cannot find an answer to your question.
The Central Arizona Fair Association is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide a showplace for educational activities, recognition of our county’s agricultural heritage, provide amenities to the residents of Pinal County, and celebrate our diverse community through a variety of events and expositions. We want to ensure the Pinal County Fair is a fun and safe place for all our fairgoers, vendors, and team members.
When you join us on the fairgrounds and attend the Fair, all fairgoers are expected to respect and abide by the following rules:
The Pinal County Fair appreciates your cooperation in adhering to the Guest Code of Conduct.
Daily entertainment on the park stage, balloon artists, Main Stage concerts, and other acts are free with paid admission.
The Safe Kids Program ensures your little ones are safe if they ever get separated from you or the rest of your party at the Fair. Upon arrival, fill out your FREE child’s wristband at the guest relations location. We use a wristband system that allows fairgoers, PCF Team members, and security, to identify a lost child. Once a child is found and authorities are notified, they are taken to our front office to await being reunited with their family.
When entering the fairgrounds during the annual Pinal County Fair, you hereby grant permission to CAFA, its affiliates, and licensees, without compensation, to capture, film, video, photograph, publish, transmit, stream, display, reproduce, and otherwise use your image or likeness captured while attending the Fair or on the fairgrounds with or without your knowledge.
Yes! Items can be turned in to our front office or the carnival office. Please check in both places for lost items. Items in the Fair office are kept for 1 week after the close of the Fair and then disposed of.
Emergency responders are onsite throughout the Fairgrounds. If you require aid, please contact a team member, security, or the front office at 520-723-7881.
Yes! Sunday morning of the Fair is reserved for a sensory-friendly experience. Please see our page for "Ocotillo Hours" for more information.
Please contact our office at 520-723-7881 for employment opportunities.
There are many ways to volunteer at the Fair! Please contact our office at 520-723-7881 for more information.
No! Parking at the Fair is free.
Pinal County Fairgrounds & Event Center has been a yearly tradition since 1925, when it was first organized by the local community as a way to celebrate the end of summer. It has since grown into a popular event that attracts visitors from all over the region.