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What's new?

Classic Car Enthusiasts

12th Anniversary Classic Car Show.

Demo Derby

Check out the smash’em, crash’em action!

Truck & Tractor Pulls

See the smoke fly & hear the engines roar – you won’t want to miss these action packed events!

Division BMX Stunt Show

Thrill seekers will surely enjoy this high flying action!

Our Sponsors

Thank you to all of our generous sponsors who supported this year’s Fair.

Centennial Quilt Contest

The Quilt Contest is open to all talented quilters!
Note: This is a free contest separate from the Competitive Exhibits entries.

Want to Get Involved?

Consider volunteering or working at the Waukesha County Fair

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Who are we?

Meet You at the Fair in 2023!

Did you know that we’re not only the oldest county fair in Wisconsin—we’re also the largest event in Waukesha County? The Waukesha County Fair celebrates our rural heritage with barnyard animals, crafts, foods, farm displays—and, of course, the midway! We’re a nonprofit 501(c)(3) volunteer organization, dedicated to supporting 4-H activities and education, and providing a fun time for children and adults of all ages. Join us! The Waukesha County Fair is the perfect place to host your company’s summer picnic. Ask about discount admission, amusement ride passes, and all of the fun. Best of all, we do all the work!

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Be a Buyer: Support the Junior Livestock Auction Friday, July 21

Buyers can support a young person in their community by purchasing an animal at The Junior Livestock Auction. It’s the culmination of a year’s project for 4-H, FFA, and other youth organization members. As a learning and business venture, these young men and women have selected, fed, and groomed a steer, lamb, poultry, rabbit, goat, or pig. They have brought their project to the Fair to be judged, graded, and sold. Support of the auction translates into recognition and incentive for young adults to buy more animals and earn college funds—all while receiving practical training in business.

Upcoming Clinics & Meetings

The Waukesha County Fair will be taking photographs and video during this event which may be used for future marketing purposes.