Photo: Nicole Uhl

JACKSON, Wyo. — The 65th Annual Teton County Fair is underway and here are some helpful hints.

Cash is King! Remember to stop by your ATM before heading to the Fair so you can buy food and drink. If you are attending Figure 8s, be sure to bring plenty of small bills. The only ATM’s on the Fairgrounds are located in the carnival.

Biking, walking & bussing to the Fairgrounds is strongly encouraged! There will be a bike corral in the southeast corner of the Fairgrounds on the grass by the tennis courts. Parking is extremely limited, especially on Thursday & Saturday due to horse events and the need for horse trailer parking. If you have to drive, Fair parking daily passes are available for $35 and weekly passes are available for $50. However, you will not be guaranteed a parking spot.

Got your carnival wristband? Mega Passes ($90) and 4-hour passes ($20) will be available for purchase through the Fair Office until Tuesday July 27th at 7:00PM. Mega Passes will no longer be available after Tuesday and the price of the 4-hour pass will increase to $25.

Stay hydrated! Bring your own refillable water bottle. The water bottle refilling station will be available Thursday – Sunday on the Grassy Arena near the Big Top Tent. Think green and reduce waste.

Be COVID conscious. While most of our Fair programming is outdoors, the Fair Board encourages fair-goers to exercise reasonable precautions. Please wash your hands, practice social distancing, and if you feel sick, please stay home.

Lastly, there is no general admission fee to come to the Fair – everyone is welcome! We have a variety of events, shows and programming that are free of charge. For instance, the Big Top Tent has a line-up of free live music entertainment late afternoon’s Thursday – Sunday. The 4-H livestock barn is open throughout the week showcasing Grand Champion steers, pigs, chickens & more. Stop by the Blue Ribbon Exhibit Hall, open Thursday – Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and check out the Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame exhibit, the Jackson Hole Quilt Guild’s “A Ribbon Runs Through It” installation, and much, much more.

For more information about this year’s Teton County Fair, please visit the Fair website at