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We proudly partner with Davis Shows Northwest for our Carnival!

Owned and operated by Pat and Geraldine Davis, Davis Shows NW, Inc., is a family oriented traveling carnival. Pat’s parents, Mannie & Melba Davis opened Davis Amusement Company back in 1950 and passed on the family tradition of providing quality rides and games in a carnival atmosphere to their children.

Fair Dates:
August 13th-17th, 2024

Carnival Hours of Operation:
Tuesday, 2PM- 12AM
Wednesday, 2PM- 12AM
Thursday, 2PM- 12AM
Friday, 2PM- 12AM
Saturday, 12PM- 12AM

Carnival Pre- Sale

Our final pre-sale on carnival wristbands will take place March 15th- August 12th.
$2 off when you buy them online OR $5 off when you purchase them at our office!

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2024 Carnival Wristband: Pre- Sale
Aug 13 - Aug 17, 2024
Unlimited Carnival Rides!

Valid for ONE day of your choice. Admission not included.
$2 off- Regular Price $38!
Carnival $33.00 2024 Carnival Wristband- Pre-Sale: Unlimited carnival rides for ONE day of your choice. Admission not included.
All sales final. No refunds.

Sales During Fair

Beginning August 13th wristbands will be available for purchase at the Carnival Booths only.

Tuesday, August 13th- BUDDY DAY
Carnival Wristband $38.00
Buy one carnival wristband get the second wristband half off!

Wednesday, August 14th through Saturday, August 17th:
Carnival Wristband $38.00

All Week:
Individual Tickets: $6.00
5 Rides for $25 ($5.00 ea.)
Each Ride Takes 1 Ticket Per Person, Per Ride.

Know Before You go

  • Carnival wristbands do not include admission unless purchased with an admission package.
  • Carnival wristbands purchased online or at the Fair office must be redeemed at ANY carnival booth, prior to getting on rides.
  • Carnival wristbands are non- transferable & non- refundable.
  • Carnival wristbands stop selling 1.5 hours before closing.
  • Some attractions have height & open toe shoe restrictions and safety rules.
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