We do whatever we can to ensure that all of our visitors have an enjoyable, safe time at the Fair, so please abide by the following code of conduct.
If you have questions regarding the Code of Conduct, please contact the Red River Valley Fair Association Office.
- The Red River Valley Fair Association reserves the right to refuse service to anyone.
All backpacks, bags, purses, etc. are subject to search.
No bottles, cans, drink containers, coolers, projectiles or laser pointers of any kind are allowed to be brought onto the fairgrounds.
Possession of open alcoholic beverages except in designated ares is prohibited.
No pets allowed, only service animals allowed on grounds. Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities.
No disorderly, disruptive conduct or behavior that could endanger others is allowed—skateboarding, roller blades/skates, bicycles, scooters, cat calls, profanity, etc are not permitted at the fair.
No firearms, knives or other weapons are allowed, regardless of whether bearer holds a concealed weapons permit. Law enforcement officers while on duty are excluded. Confiscated items will not be returned.
No Unmanned Aerial Vehicles or Drones – for more information, visit our Drone Policy page.
Appropriate attire is required at all times. Shirt and shoes are required. Exposed underwear, vulgar or inappropriate clothing, gang colors or gang signs are not allowed.
Adhere to all state, local laws and ordinances.
We are a smoke-free facility – Smoking is only allowed in posted areas only.
For your own health, please wash your hands after touching livestock or visiting the barns
Any photos taken on grounds may be used in social media or advertising.
The Red River Valley Fair is not responsible for any damage or loss to vehicle or personal property.