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About Josephine County Fairgrounds & Event Center

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Today, the Fairgrounds composes of 50+ Acres and is the home of the Josephine County Fair. We have an RV Park with a Camp Host, 30 Full Hook-ups and 10-13 water and electric only hook-ups. Our Boarding Stalls rent on a monthly basis or overnight travelers. We have an indoor and outdoor Arena. The Fairgrounds is home for 5 High School Equestrian Teams, Posse, and Training Lessons. We have 3 Dance Clubs, Friends of the Fairgrounds Bingo, Winter Season Headquarters for the Growers Market, Car Swap Meets, Home and Garden Shows, and much more.

We are the largest Event Center in Josephine County and we rent facilities that host many community, our buildings hold anywhere from 10 to 1000 people, and our arena and grandstand area up to 2500 people. Private events and Public Events such as Grants Pass Downs Horse Racing, BMX bicycle events, Rotary’s First Crush, RASCAL (a senior computer class), Veterans of Josephine and Jackson County Stand-Up, RV and New Car Sales/Shows, Auctions and Swap meets, Circuses, Horse Shows, Rodeo, Motor Sports, Music Venues, 4-H Events, Wedding Receptions, Family reunions, and other parties and services, and many other types of events are here yearly. We also have concerts, truck and tractor pulls, and motorcycle events at the Grandstands area.


Mission Statement: Our mission is to provide the citizens of Josephine County a high functioning multi-use facility year-round filled with opportunities for education, agriculture, social engagement, entertainment and economic growth while being a resource for emergency response support and enhancing tourism, all while honoring our County’s traditions.

Vision Statement: Our Vision is to continue engaging with our citizens to build a County Fairgrounds that highlights the strengths of our community spirit while securing our value to the community for future generations. We will serve with professionalism and fiscally responsible planning, while building relationships with our community, users, volunteers and County Government.

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