Visitors and residents look forward to the Wayne County Fair each year. The week-long event returns to the Wayne County Fairgrounds August 5-13. The annual fair attracts people from all over to enjoy the amazing food, thrilling rides and family friendly shows. As with any fair there are a host of rides for kids and adults alike and 4-H animal shows. Since there is something planned for every minute of the fair here are some of the can’t miss highlights that will be featured.
For the car enthusiast, there is a thrilling demolition derby to hit the Wayne County fairgrounds on August 5 and 11. This free event features 70 cars all vying to beat out everyone else to win the grand prize. This is a popular event so make sure you come early to get the best seat.
For the lumberjack at heart, be sure you check out the woodsmen competition on August 13. This free event showcases competitors from New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. They all love to display their amazing skills in a series of 12 events.
No fair is complete without a monster truck show. On August 12, Stinger, Toxic, Backdraft, and Instigator come to the Wayne County fairgrounds to compete and show off their loud engines so don’t forget your ear plugs. Tickets are $15 for adults and 12 and under are $10. These tickets do not include admission to the fair and make sure you buy them early to allow for 2-4 weeks for delivery.
When traveling away from home and staying out late to enjoy the sites at the Wayne County fairgrounds, it is always a good idea to find a place to lay your head for the night. Just a few miles down the road in Hawley is Ledges Hotel. This stylish and modern hotel has everything a weary fair enthusiast would need. Accommodations include everything from a single room to a 2 bedroom suite. Contact their friendly staff today to book your room for the Wayne County Fair.