Ravalli County Fair, Hamilton Montana

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Ravalli County Fair, Hamilton

Located between the Sapphire Mountains and Bitterroot, Ravalli County in known for its splendid scenic beauties. Amid these natural spectacles, every year there is a festival that is drawing the crowds in hundreds. This is the Ravalli County Fair and it is held at Hamilton in Montana. Come to this traditional fair – you are sure to have a great time here.

Organization: Ravalli County Fair
Dates: 08/27/2014 - 08/30/2014 update info
Time: 11:00:00 AM - 10:00:00 PM
Event Cost: varies
Venue: Ravalli County Fairgrounds in Hamilton,MT
Contact: Ravalli County Fair
Phone: (406) 363-3411
Website: www.ravallicountyfair.org
Event Details:

Visit www.ravallicountyfair.org for a full schedule of events. Fair Gates open 7 am - 10 pm Exhibit Buildings open 11 am - 10 pm

The Ravalli County Fair is over 108 years old. The fair is the largest event in Ravalli County and offers something for everyone. Keeping the old style country fair atmosphere is a priority. The fair is held every year, starting on the Wednesday before Labor Day and ending on Saturday. 

  • A Labor Day Weekend event
  • 5 Days of fair fun - carnival rides, rodeo events, exhibits and more
  • Ticket prices vary by vent and age

Overview: The Ravalli County Fair in Hamilton has a long history – actually the fair has been held for the last 108 years. Bareback Riding, Bull Riding, Junior Barrel Racing, Junior Breakaway Roping, Ladies Barrel Racing, Ladies Breakaway Roping, Saddle Bronc Riding, Steer Wrestling, Team Roping Header, Team Roping Heeler and Tie Down Roping. These are some of the events at the fairgrounds. Plus there is live music and great food.

When: A Labor Day weekend event

Where: The Ravalli County Fairgrounds

Fees: Ticket prices vary by event

Details: Organized at the County Fairgrounds, this is the largest such fair in the county. The gates open at 7.00 in the morning and close at 10.00 in the night. The exhibit building opens at 11.00 and closes at 10.00 pm. It starts just on a Wednesday just prior to Labor Day and ends on the following Sunday.

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