Fair, Fairgrounds & Hunt Park

We'd love to hear your feedback!

The Wasco County Fair Board invites you to comment on the Draft Wasco County Fair Board Strategic Plan. The Strategic Plan was developed with the Wasco County Fair Board as they work to ensure that the facility is serving the community and visitors year-round and can continue to support a successful Fair into the future.  The comment period for the Draft Strategic Plan will be open through Monday, December 2nd. Feedback and comments can be emailed to tatiana@mcedd.org.

About the Fairgrounds
The Wasco County Fairgrounds and W.E. Hunt Park are located in Tygh Valley, Oregon. The fairgrounds are home to the annual Wasco County Fair, which has been held here since 1937 when it was merged with the Southern Wasco County Fair. When not in use for the fair, the park and fairgrounds host a variety of events from the Bluegrass Jamboree in the fall to church camps in the spring. To book the fairgrounds, please check the Hunt Park Camping and Reservations Page.

W.E. Hunt Park
Hunt Park was originally owned by W.E. "Billy" Hunt and family. After his death in 1937, Mrs. Hunt and her children donated the 40 acres to Wasco County to serve as a park. It still bears his name as a memorial.