The Warren County Fairgrounds encompasses more than 50 acres of land in unincorporated Warren County, Tennessee, and is divided into the four main areas:
- Fairfield Village
Fairfield Village is the historic heart of the Warren County Fairgrounds. Designed around a pioneer theme, the village experience is like taking a stroll through yesteryear and features artisan activities, historic exhibits focusing on the history of the Fair & Warren County, as well as two of our entertainment stages. Fairfield Village is also home to the Fairgrounds General Store, the Fair Office, and Fairgrounds Sheriff's Office.
There's always something going on in the Grandstand area! Arranged around our center ring, the Grandstand area features the Clifford McClain Memorial Grandstands & main stage, petting zoo, vendor booth areas, livestock barn, and chicken house. Directly behind the Granstands are our agricultural & artistic exhibit buildings, as well as our newly constructed public restroom facilities. The Grandstands area is also home to stations for our fairgrounds fire & emergency medical personnel.
- Concessions Area
Stop by our concessions area for a bite to eat! Fair food has become a bit of a tradition in Warren County, and it's easy to understand why. With more than a dozen food vendors, most of which are operated by local non-profit groups, the Fairgrounds is the place to eat during the week of the Fair!
Come experience the ultimate in family fun! Our attractive midway, proudly operated by Kissel Entertainment, features rides, games, and amusements for kids of all ages! Check out the carnival schedule for weekly ride specials & great entertainment values!
For parking information, and locations of free parking areas, click here.
Fairgrounds Area Map
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