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What are the Fair dates for 2025?

What are the 2024 Fair hours?

Are pets allowed?

Is there a Veterans Discount?

Is the a Senior Citizen Discount?

What is "TwosDay"?

When are ride armbands available and how much are they?

What is the "Turbo Ticket"?

What is a "Mega Pass"?

Is there a Food Drive?

Where can I get a list of daily events?

Do you have ATM's?

Do you have trams to transport people from the parking lot to the gate?

Is there Handicapped Parking?

Do you rent wheelchairs and strollers?

Do you have handicapped access?

Do you have a First Aid Booth?

How tall do you have to be to ride the rides?

Are the Rodeo, Demolition Derby and other acts included in the admission to the fair?

What number do I call if I lost something?

Are we allowed to loiter in the parking lot?

What if it rains?

What are the prohibited items?

What about guns?

What items are prohibited?

Solicitation Policy

The St Lucie County Board of Directors & Trustees

Adopted the policy below on April 9, 2010

In order to maintain the orderly movement of crowds on the fairgrounds and for public safety and convenience, all persons, groups or businesses, whether it is for non-profit, charitable or commercial enterprise, are prohibited from selling, exhibiting, or distributing written material on the fairgrounds, or soliciting funds or signatures, except from a duly licensed location on the fairgrounds. A licensed location is obtained by applying for a booth on the fairgrounds with Fair Management. Given the limited number of booths available, booth space available is provided on a first come, first served basis.The Fair Manager shall be responsible for the enforcement of this rule.

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