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The Bonneville County Fairgrounds were purchased in 2017.  The Fair Board acquired 50 acres of land due to the simple fact that we’d out grown the previous facility on Rollandet.  We held our first successful 4-H Fair on the new property in 2019 after years of dedicated work raising funds and planning buildings for our new grounds and we aren’t done yet! In the future we’d like to build a playground, RV park, arboretum, more horse stalling and incorporate a watering system for our arenas. 

The Bonneville County Fair provides educational avenues for youth and Bonneville County residents to acquire knowledge, develop life skills and form attitudes and relationships that will enable them to be contributing members of society. 

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The Bonneville County Fairgrounds is run by a board of volunteers appointed by the County Commissioners. The Fair Board works tirelessly to maintain and improve the Fairgrounds and have turned it into a real community hub. The facilities are utilized for all kinds of events and activities and it is rare to drive by and find the parking lots empty these days. We truly appreciate all the help the community offers to make these Fairgrounds one of the best around.

If you’d like to get involved we’d love your help!

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There are many ways to join the fun!

Fairgrounds Fundraising

The Bonneville County Fair Board still has many improvements that need to be made to the property and are always looking for like minded individuals to work alongside us in raising funds to complete and maintain the facilities. Join us on our Cowboy Ball Committee or as we seek out donations from local residents and businesses. We’ve got an amazing Fairgrounds with great momentum, but it takes a whole community to make it into a hub!!

Bonneville County 4-H

Home to the 4-H youth program in Bonneville County the Fairgrounds helps to facilitate many different activities for the youth in our area all throughout the year. This includes activities in archery, art, sewing, cooking, STEM projects, crafts, equine activities and raising livestock for both breeding and butchering. The 4-H program helps youth to reach their full potential through engaging them in learning activities and service. The Bonneville County 4-H program is always accepting new youth participants and adult leaders who share the mission. Contact them at 208-529-1390

University of Idaho- Adult Education Classes

Housed at the Fairgrounds in the Bonneville County Education Building you will find the home of the University of Idaho Extension Office. There goal is to bring quality continue education classes to the community. Programs including Master Gardeners, Strong Women stay Young, and a variety of Healthy Living Classes can be found through their services. Click the title to check out their website.

For immediate assistance, please call (208) 529-1390