August 16-19, 2023


Make Plans for the 2023 Franklin County Agricultural Fair

The Franklin County Agricultural Fair will make its return August 16-19 at the Franklin County Recreation Park.

The fair has entertained approximately 10,000 visitors annually since its return in 2014 with beautiful weather and a record setting year in 2022.

This year’s fair is scheduled to feature a midway with rides and games, numerous local dining options, entertaining shows, and nightly music featuring local talent.

“As a county, we are excited to show off our strong agricultural community and assets,” said Kevin Tosh, Director of Tourism and Marketing. “The fair is a great opportunity to showcase the traditions, sounds, and flavors of Franklin County.”

Join us in 2023 – August 16-19, to savor the Franklin County flavor of tradition, fun, and discovery.

For questions concerning The Franklin County Agricultural Fair, please contact:

Kevin Tosh, Director of Tourism and Marketing
Kevin.Tosh [AT]
(540) 483-3030

For status and updates regarding the Miss Franklin County Agricultural Fair, please contact:

Danielle Ridgeway, Pageant Director
missfrcoagpageant [AT]
(540) 238-8905

The concept of agricultural fairs originated in farming communities as an opportunity for folks to come together for fellowship and a celebration of the fruits of labor and bountiful harvests.

Experience the excitement of tractor competitions, midway rides, music concerts, live entertainment, competitive and educational exhibits, demonstrations, animal shows, petting zoo, fair pageant, contests, games, food, and fun – lots of fun!

*Please note: For the safety of our guests and animals, no dogs or pets of any kind will be permitted at the FCAF. Thank you for your cooperation. 


Fair Week Schedule

Hours & Admission

Prices, policies, programs, schedules, attractions and entertainment subject to change or cancellation without notice. No Rainchecks. No Refunds. No weapons, guns or knives allowed at the event. The Franklin County Agricultural Fair and/or County of Franklin reserves the right to refuse admission.