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Larimer County Fair



We will see you August 2-6, 2024


Fair Board

The Larimer County Fair Board consists of a board of volunteers dedicated to planning and running the Larimer County Fair and Rodeo.

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What is the admission and parking fee?

  • The Larimer County Fair is free to attend and park!

Are dogs allowed to attend the fair?

  • Dogs are allowed to accompany you at the Fair but must be leashed at all times. They are not allowed in the barns. Please clean up after your pet.

What time and days are the fireworks?

  • Friday and Saturday 9PM.

Can I bring my own scooter?

  • Yes.

Do you have scooter or golf cart rentals?

  • No.

Can I bring in outside food or drinks?

  • No, we have food trucks and concessions site.

Do we give refunds for weather at the Carnival?

Do I have to pay for parking?

  • No, 2024 will be free.

Can I take food into the barns?

  • No food is allowed in the barns. This is to protect you from E. Coli. Please eat food before entering the barns or before interacting with any animals.

Where is ADA Parking?

  • Accessible parking is available directly in front of the main entrance of Blue Arena and is provided on a first-come, first-served basis. Guests parking in an accessible space must display a state-issued accessible parking permit.

Rodeo Board

The Rodeo Board works in an advisory capacity, in conjunction with the Larimer County Fair and Rodeo Executive Committee, to plan and conduct the annual PRCA sanctioned rodeo at the Larimer County Fair.

Meetings are held the 1st Thursday of the month from January-August from 3:30-4:15 p.m. at the Ranch Events Complex,  5280 Arena Circle, Loveland.  The date, time and location of meetings are subject to change. Changes will be noted on the meeting agenda. Meetings are open to the public.

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We adhere to the mission statement of the Larimer County Fair & Rodeo:

  • Providing a unique, quality experience
  • Honoring the diverse heritage of the Northern Front Range
  • Promoting a sense of community
  • Educating and entertaining
  • Conducting a safe and comfortable environment
  • Providing a showcase for 4-H and residents of Northern Colorado