Inflatable Obstacle Courses
Face Painting & Balloon Animals
Petting Zoo –
Be aware: Risks associated with animal contact and other pathogens that could cause illness or death is highest among people of certain age groups and health conditions, especially small children, pregnant women, the elderly, and individuals with weakened immune systems.
Because public health is important to us, Baby bottles, pacifiers and strollers not allowed into the petting zoo or livestock areas.
To protect yourself, children and other vulnerable groups from harmful pathogens that could cause illness or death, it’s important to remember to wash your own hands frequently, supervise and assist with children’s handwashing often, as well as any person requiring assistance, who is under your care. Use soap and water to create a lather and wash for at least 20 seconds, rinse then dry hands using a clean paper towel and never dry your hands on your clothes. Wash and dry hands after using the bathroom, visiting any animal attractions or animal areas at the fair, before eating or any other hand to mouth activity, including handling pacifiers and baby bottles. Additionally, hands should be washed after contact with shoes, strollers or clothing that might have come in contact with animals, their waste, or their bedding. When possible, coughs and sneezes should be covered with a tissue and the tissue thrown into the trash, followed by more hand washing.
Older Kids & Adult Activities
Corn Hole Showdown
Mechanical Bull Riding
Rock Wall Climbing
Bungee Run & Jousting
175ft Zip Line