There are several campgrounds within the fairground however unless the office is open at the self check in there is no map so it takes some guess work or driving around to find them.
One campground is left of the entrance which seemed shady and grassy but was full
I parked at the rodeo campground which is grassy and Totally empty which was perfect.
There are some commercial buildings that apparently can be rented and so it happens there was a big party. Now, when you check in you are given a big pamphlet with 30 rules on them, one of them Quiet time after 10pm and no later than 12am. I wake up at 1am with the party still going with loud music.
It could be a great campground unless there is a party in the commercial buildings who don’t seem to obliged to follow the quiet time.
Cost $25 or for tents $10
June 30, 2017 - reviewed by Heather
Not All Spots Have Sewer
We stayed at the rodeo grounds camping. Electric and water but no sewer hookups. There is a dump on site but not sure where. The big grass area for camping is nicely kept and has some decent shade trees. Very reasonably priced! Great proximity to town and all fair events. First come first serve = arrive early.