When is the Fair?
The Fair is always the first full weekend in June, that means in 2019 you can join us from Thursday May 30th through Sunday June 2nd.
Is there parking on site?
Yes, there is limited parking on site located in the South field on a first come first served basis for a fee of $5 per vehicle. The entrance to on site parking is off of St. Thomas Street.
Please adhere to the directions given on where to place you car – the spaces are mapped out to ensure the maximum number of cars can park on site.
There is additional accessible parking located by the arena by the North gates. For further details please contact the office.
What does it cost to get in?
The 2019 admission prices are:
Weekend Pass – $30
Adults/Seniors/Students – $12
Children 5-12 – $5
Children under 5 – FREE
I am a person with a disability who requires an attendant, what are the admission costs?
The Brookin Spring Fair strides to be an open and accessible event. For our guests that require assistance to attend our event regular admission prices apply, we offer free admission to their accompanying support workers.
How much are ride tickets?
2018 prices (changes to 2019 will be posted closer to fair dates):
1 for $1.76
16 for $25
36 for $40
Most rides are 2-4 tickets depending on the size of the ride.
When is the parade and where can I watch it?
The parade is on the Saturday morning of Fair weekend starting at 10:30AM.
There are lots of places along the parade route that you set up your chair to enjoy the show! The parade starts at the top of HWY 12/Baldwin St at Carnwith Drive. The parade will travel south on HWY 12/Baldwin St turning left onto HWY 7/Winchester Rd. The parade will finish at the corner of HWY 7/Winchester Rd and St Thomas Street.
Can I bring my dog to the Fair with me?
Pets, including dogs, are not allowed on the Fairgrounds. Service Animals properly identified are permitted to enter the grounds.
**EXCEPTION: Pets are permitted to enter the Fairgrounds Saturday at 1:00PM for the Pet Show, your pet must leave the grounds following the show.
Can I bring my own food and drink into the Fair?
Yes (with some exclusions).
All guests are welcome to bring their own picnic lunch into the grounds. Any drink items must be in a sealed container. Open containers, including refillable bottles, must be emptied prior to bringing them into the grounds.
Note: the grounds do not have a dedicated water filling station with potable water.
Can I use my Drone on the Fairgrounds?
There is absolutely no use of drones permitted or tolerated on the Fairgrounds as they pose a safety risk.
What is included in my entry fee?
Here is a small snap shot of everything included in your entry fee:
- Agricultural Tent including interactive displays
- Welcome Home Building including free interactive kids activities
- Agricultural Shows (cows, goats, horses, sheep, chickens, and more!)
- All Track Events (Demo Derby, Tractor Pull, Carriage Racing, etc)
- Courtyard Stage Shows
- Pet Show
- Pie Eating Contest
- Spelling Bee
- Spring Sing Youth Talent Show
- Log Saw and Nail Driving Competition
- Farm equipment and farm fresh product displays
- and more!
Most competitions are also FREE to enter! Check around the website to find a competition for your unique skills.
Are the bleachers for Track Events (Demo Derby, Tractor Pull, etc) licensed?
Only the bleachers on the West side of the track are licensed.
My question wasn’t answered here who can I contact?
Before the Fair:
For general questions contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Fair office at 905-655-7093 to leave a voicemail. Our secretary will be sure that your question(s) make it to the right person – a response may take 24-48 hours.
For Homecraft questions contact us by email at email@example.com
For questions about volunteering contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
During the Fair:
Call the office at 905-655-7093