Visit Northern Arizona's most expansive county celebration, held over the Labor Day weekend, at Fort Tuthill. Tempting ... More
Fort Tuthill Coconino County Fairgrounds
Visit Northern Arizona's most expansive county celebration, held over the Labor Day weekend, at Fort Tuthill. Tempting fare, designed to lure you away from your diet, will be found in addition to thrilling carnival rides. Exhibits from local artists and crafters will be offered, as well as a demolition derby and car shows to satisfy the biggest 'motor head'. Tromp your feet to the livestock's cattle calls, or shake them out to the sounds of live music. Admission ranges from USD3-5, with children under six admitted free.
This will be our 17th year in a row...we love this fair! We drive up from the Phoenix area every year, and we stay at the Fort Tuthill campgrounds adjacent to the fair grounds. Its a much cleaner and friendlier fair the the Arizona State Fair, and the prices are much more reasonable, especially if you get the ride wristbands (but you have to purchase them a couple days in advance). The demolition derby is tons o' fun!
Much more enjoyable than the Arizona State Fair, plus it is LESS EXPENSIVE as well! Not to mention the parking is within comfortable walking distance, say like 5 minutes away at max. It's a win-win situation here! The weather is always perfect, you can wear pants or shorts and be perfectly comfortable either way. The food is amazing, just don't expect to stick to that diet of yours! The rides will give you and your family that adrenaline rush you have been craving! Awesome Fun, Great Value... See you there!
its alright same thing each year need better amusment rides the food is ok and the live enternatiment is ok need more varitey and they need to atract more young people like they need to bring the hammer back and they bascially need more things haha
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