Is FREE at the Fairgrounds. Be sure to lock your vehicle, and take note of where you have parked. We have 3 parking lots: North, Main, & South. Take a minute to familiarize yourself with your surroundings when you arrive to avoid confusion when you depart. When driving in the parking lots, please drive with caution and watch for “pedestrian traffic”.
For your convenience, trams will be provided and run daily from the main gate.
SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO CONDITIONS
Admission prices are $10.00 for adults (13-64), seniors $7.00 (65+), $7.00 for children (6-12), and children 5 and under are free. Gate admission will end 90 minutes prior to the listed closing times. No admission will be allowed after that time.
ATMs are conveniently located throughout the Fairgrounds. (see Fairgrounds directory for locations)
Are provided by Clay County Fair Association located behind the Main Gate while supplies last. We charge the following rates: $50 per scooter daily, $35 per scooter half day, $10 per double stroller, $5 per single stroller & $15 per wagon.
Are located at the main gate, outside the Cattlemen's Arena, across from Exhibit Building 1 and next to Kiddy Land on the midway. Portable restrooms are also available throughout the Fairgrounds.
Cool Down Areas:
For the convenience of our guests we have two cool down areas: Exhibit Bldg 2 and the tent near the Livestock Barns. Both areas include picnic tables for eating.
Diaper Changing Facilities:
Are available in all permanent restrooms.
: Sponsored by OPMC, for privacy and convenience nursing stations can be found in the back of Exhibit Bldg 2 .
Lost & Found:
Is located at Guest Services at the Main Gate and next to Exhibit Building I.
The Clay County Agricultural Fair is proud to be GREEN! Please use the recycling containers located next to each trash receptacle throughout the fairgrounds. Our recycling partners include Advanced Disposal, Keep Clay Beautiful, Clay County Environmental Services.
Sponsored by Orange Park Medical Center is located next to Exhibit Building I.
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 skies turn grey. Tune into News4Jax for your daily "Fair Weather" report.
With over 40 acres of activities there is plenty of walking to do, we recommend wearing comfortable closed toe shoes.
No bottles, cans, coolers or picnic baskets are permitted on the fairgrounds.
All bags are subject for inspection to ensure the safety of all guests. Random back checks will be conducted.
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.
We love pets, but the fair is not pet friendly. Pets are not permitted on the Fairgrounds except service animals in compliance with the ADA.