Visitor Info


Our ticketing partner is TicketsWest online, by phone or at TicketsWest outlets. You MUST have a ticket to get on the Fair property, so plan ahead. Kids 10 and under are free, so bring the whole family!


By bus, by bike or train, here’s how to get to the Fair.

Where to Stay

The OCF does not offer public camping, but here’s some information on nearby places to stay.


Parking can be paid for when buying tickets through TicketsWest or when you arrive at the Fair site (cash only when paying for parking onsite).

What to Bring

You can bring just about anything besides glass, drugs or alcohol, or your pet – but here’s a great list.


Musicians, magicians, jesters and jugglers perform on our nineteen stages.

Think you might want to perform at Fair?  Seasonally, we accept applications to perform at the Fair.


More than 700 artisans offer an amazing array of crafts hand-made or gathered by the seller.  Take a look at all the unique offerings!

Only juried artisans are allowed to vend.  Look for the Craft Application on our website in February and March of each year.

Food Vendors

Over 75 food booths and strolling vendors offer foods from around the world and traditional favorites.  Get your mouth watering by checking out all the options!


We offer a variety of services to make your visit both comfortable and fun. These include childcare, ATMs, bag check, and services for alter-abled folks.

Fair Map

Here’s a map to give you an overview of our many wooded acres.


Pets are not allowed at the fair. Only service animals are allowed on site. If you are considering bringing a service animal to the fair, please see the additional information found under Accessibility/Alter-Abled.

Here is a list of area kennels that may have room to board your pet. OCF kennels list .

More questions?

We’ve put together a list of the most Frequently Asked Questions, for your convenience.

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