Teton County Fair Board strives to produce an exceptional County Fair, administer year-round use of the Fairgrounds, and bring the community together to preserve and promote our Western heritage. The Fairgrounds is an incredible place with top-notch views for the community to celebrate life.
Whether it is a small family picnic at the park, a volleyball game after work, a horse clinic, watching the rodeo, experiencing the Balloon Rally, entering a homemade favorite in open class during Fair, or buying a sheep to help support the hard-working 4H kids, life is experienced at the Fairgrounds. Where else in the valley could one experience all of these activities? The Fairgrounds is also a place to celebrate major life events from birthdays, baby showers, weddings, family reunions, memorials, and Quinceaneras. How fortunate our community is to have a place big enough to accommodate these wonderful celebrations – including parking!
The Fairgrounds provides 20 acres of public use to our community. The Fairgrounds supports community groups to use the facilities for free, including all 4H clubs, FFA, High School Rodeo Club, TCSD, and any County entity. Additionally, these groups have access to the food trailer for free during fundraisers. The Fairgrounds is a very active beehive of community users.
Tin Cup funds help support building, structure maintenance, and repairs to keep the grounds in good working condition.