The race track
I miss the stock car races. These were a family tradition. Remember when they had snowmobile racing in the winter also.
The Mexican Village was a great place to shop every year you could find great deals. The Bazaar is just not the same.
Peter's Weiners stand in the East Room
It was a family tradition to stop at in the East Room of the Grand stand for lunch. Remember when you could get a hot dog for a dime & a Coke for nickel?
Camping at the fair
Yes you can still camp at the fair but unfortunately our family no longer does. I was part of the four generations that camped at the State Fair. Oh The memories
The best things at the fair are free- by Vicki H.
There is nothing that makes me smile more at the fair than going to visit the chicken barn - call me crazy but they make me laugh everytime - the ones with the wild feathers coming our of their heads like a fan - lots of attitude, very couture - they don't even know it!
The best freebies a the fair! Make sure you go home sporting your favorite schools backback.
great place to sit back and give your feet a rest and enjoy some great music.
Everyone can have a good time at the giant slide. Last year my 77year old mother-in-law was battling cancer climbed her way to the top and had a grin a mile wide on her face coming down. It was great to see her having so much fin. We are really going to miss her this year.
food food and more food by christine groeberry
corn on the cob!!!
dipped in butter
tiny tim mini donuts
fresh cut french fries
only by the adventure park
Absolute Must Haves by Ryan Harris
At least two or more throughout the day.
Only from the Original Cheese Curds stand on Dan Patch.
Sweet Marthas Cookies
Anything less than a bucket just won't do.
Corn on the Cob
Corn dunked in a bucket of butter? Yes please