The 2013 Allegan County Fair begins Friday, September 6th! Get ready for your favorite rides, food, concerts, and family fun!
Agriculture has been the backbone of the Allegan County Fair since the beginning. The 4H clubs, 4H members, and open class participants agricultural activities remain strong to this day. Animals, crafts, foods and antiques are judged daily at the fair.
Looking over the fair’s history, it is obvious that the founders of the fair strived for growth- which still holds true today. It is why the Allegan County Fair is one of the largest fairs in the State of Michigan, and why USA Today named the Allegan County Fair the most popular county fair in Michigan.
If you are interested in renting a space during the fair, we have 4 choices of rentals with different rules and regulations for each:
1. White Industrial Building: The White Industrial Building has 82 booths. It is part of an interconnection of 5 buildings. This facility is a prime location between the main gate and the kiddie midway and receives heavy traffic during fair time. All booths are 10′ x 10′ and must be manned THROUGHOUT the fair.
2. Outdoor Space: There are several locations throughout the fairgrounds for outdoor space. Outdoor space is priced by footage and location. All booths are 10′ wide but will vary in depth, depending on location.
3. White Industrial Building and Outdoor Space: We expect clean, neat, and attractive displays. You are only allowed to display items that are legal and acceptable for all ages. No laser pointers allowed.
4. Industrial Pavilion: This building is covered but open sided. Booths are 8′w x 10′d. There are no sales allowed in this area. You can man your booth if you choose but it is not required.
Food Concessions: We do not always have openings for Food Concessions but we keep a waiting list and are always looking for something new.