ADMISSION: Admission to the grounds is FREE. There is an admission charge for Camping, Concerts,
and the Demolition Derby.
BICYCLES: NO bicycles, skateboards, scooters, hoverboards or similar items on fairgrounds during the Routt County Fair.
CAMPING: All visitors and participants wishing to “camp” with placement of a Recreational Vehicle (RV) or tent on the fairgrounds during the Routt County Fair must register and obtain a permit PRIOR to setting up RV/TENT. “Fair Camping” dates begin the day of the Open Horse Show and end on the last day of the Fair. For 2023 the dates are August 11 to August 20. Accommodations are based on availability.
ALL reservations will be made online through routtcountyfair.org beginning July 1. Campers will pick their location during reservation. Phone, email, and USPS mail reservations are not accepted. If someone needs help or does not have access to the internet, they can visit the Fair Office and get help with their reservation.
Water is NOT available to fill your RV at the fairgrounds. Please plan to fill your RV PRIOR to arriving at the fairgrounds.
RV/TENT must display the proper permit at all times. Permits are available at the Fair office inside the Exhibit Hall.
Only one RV/TENT and one vehicle are allowed per site (no exceptions). Each registered RV/TENT is given ONE vehicle permit which MUST be displayed or the vehicle will be towed at the owner’s expense.
The only vehicles/trailers allowed in the designated camping areas are the registered RV/TENT and the ONE registered vehicle. No horse trailers or other vehicles/tents/trailers are allowed to park in the designated camping areas.
Quiet hours are 10:00 pm to 7:00 am.
Camping areas must be kept clean at all times for the enjoyment of all our guests.
Any type of fencing or barrier is not permitted.
Any guests, their children, or visitors who become a nuisance will be asked to leave.
Adult supervision is required for each RV/TENT.
Any vehicle without the proper permit easily visible will be towed at the owner’s expense.
Campfires are NOT allowed during the Routt County Fair.
Electrical Sites: Due to limited electrical power RVs are expected to be conservative in their use of air conditioners or other appliances that take large amounts of electricity (microwaves, air conditioners).
DAMAGE TO SITE: Guests shall leave the site in as good a condition at the end of use as it was at the beginning of such use. Guest shall also be responsible for the costs of any cleaning or repair to the site or the Fairgrounds resulting from their use or that of their guests. In the event that the County is required to clean or repair damage which is the responsibility of the Guest, the County shall be entitled to recover such costs from the Guest.
ALCOHOL & MARIJUANA: Possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages, marijuana, and any illicit drug is forbidden on the fairgrounds (excluding the wine & beer contest and any approved Beer Garden). Drinking, brawling, and other misconduct in general on the part of the exhibitors shall be grounds for the Fair Management to cause the exhibitor to forfeit all premium monies. 4-H/ FFA members: 4-H has no tolerance for the possession or use of alcohol or other illegal drugs and the 4-H/FFA alcohol policy will be enforced.
ELIGIBILITY: Participation in the Routt County Fair Home Arts Division is limited to Routt County residents (this includes part-time residents).
ATV/UTV USE: Fair Advisory Board members, Routt County employees, Extension office employees, and anyone authorized by Fair Management are the only people allowed to operate any ATVs/UTVs during the Routt County Fair on the Routt County Fairgrounds.
FIRE PRECAUTIONS: Smoking is NOT allowed in or within 25 feet of any of the buildings. Visitors should make an effort to be aware of all marked exits and water faucets; keep electrical cords away from water and
walkways and unplug when not in use. Report conditions that may result in danger. When called, emergency will come down Poplar Street, enter the race track by the Exhibit hall and proceed to the affected area in an emergency. The extent of the fire personnel's access to gates and safety of everyone must be considered if it becomes necessary to evacuate animals.