Admission and Parking 2019

General Admission 2019

Our admission rates for 2019 are as follows:

5 years of age and under:  FREE

6 to 13 years of age: $5

14 years of age and older:  $12

Senior Sunday (60 years of age and older): $10

*Includes admission to Tractor Pull, Demolition Derby, all entertainment, shows, demonstrations and exhibits*

***Service dogs with appropriate documentation are welcome Fair Weekend.  All other pets should be left at home.***

Parking 2019

On-site parking is only available by entering from Elgin Park Drive.

Disabled Parking – Permit must be displayed.  Use the Water Street entrance as it provides easy access to the buildings and midway.  A new limited handicapped parking section has been added close to the Bleachers.

Walk-In
If you wish to walk in, you may use the Water or Joseph Streets gates.

For your added convenience, there will be FREE bus shuttle service available on Saturday only from Uxbridge Secondary School between 3:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. Provided courtesy of Lauren Orr, RMT and All-State Insurance.

Fair Managers Tips on Survival

For many people, a trip to a local Agricultural Fair is a new experience and these tips will help everyone have a great experience. Having fun is the priority.

  1. Arrive early for the evening events. Parking and seating is limited. 5:30 p.m. recommended.
  2. Please do not park in the “accessible parking spots” without a permit, you will get a ticket.
  3. Check the weather forecast before you leave home and bring appropriate clothing.
  4.  Bring bug spray and sunblock.
  5.  Service dogs are welcome.  All other dogs must be left at home.
  6.  Bicycles, skateboards and drones are not allowed in the Park
  7.  This is an alcohol free event. Security is in the parking area checking for tailgaters.
  8.   Safety glasses and ear guards are recommended for some of our evening events.
  9.   First Aid is on the property to deal with health issues. If you may require an Epi-pen, please bring it.
  10.   In case of extreme weather, tents, trees and metal bleachers are not safe.  Exit to your vehicle or find shelter in a fixed building.
  11.   All the Fair staff and directors are on the property to help you have a good event. Feel free to ask for assistance.
  12.   Since the Fair grounds are in midtown, we do try to have everything quiet by 11:00p.m. Please help with this.
  13.   A caregiver, accompanying a special needs person is admitted free.  
  14.   Due to new provincial regulations the entire park is “smoke free”.
  15.   If you see an incident that requires a 911, please go directly, quickly, to the Main Office to allow them to make the call. Having the emergency vehicle arrive at the correct gate is critical to save time. 

 

A wonderful  town  in North Durham Region

A wonderful town
in North Durham Region