How much does it cost to park at the Wisconsin State Fair?
Parking is $12 per vehicle and $6 per motorcycle. Preferred Parking and Accessible Parking options are available. Parking services at State Fair Park are provided by Interstate Parking Company. All parking is first come, first served.
Does Wisconsin State Fair have rides?
Don’t miss SpinCity – the State Fair’s exciting Amusement Ride and Game Area! SpinCity features a super assortment of over 40 amazing rides and 25 games with plenty of great chances to win fabulous prizes! The area also offers well-shaded seating areas and plenty of delicious concessions.
How do you pay for parking at Wisconsin State Fair?
You will pay for parking upon entering the lot in your vehicle. Once parked, proceed to the nearest Fair admission entrance. If your vehicle leaves the parking lot, you will be charged for parking upon re-entry. All parking is first-come, first-served.
Can I bring a backpack to Wisconsin State Fair?
Wisconsin State Fair Bags of all sizes are permitted, but will be searched. Get more carry-in deets here.
Is Wisconsin State Fair cashless?
Admission and parking will be cashless. Fairgoers are encouraged to purchase tickets online for admission and parking. Only credit and debit cards will be accepted at the fair gates.
Is there going to be a Wisconsin State Fair this year?
The 2021 Wisconsin State Fair, presented by UScellular, will take place Thursday, Aug. 5 – Sunday, Aug. 15.
Are masks required at Wisconsin State Fair 2021?
Masks will not be required and there will not be capacity limits. However, hundreds of hand-sanitizing stations will be located throughout the grounds. Wisconsin State Fair Park is GBAC (Global Biorisk Advisory Council) STAR-accredited.
Can I bring a water bottle to the Wisconsin State Fair?
State Fair carry-in policy Unopened bottled water and food for infants and people with food allergies are permitted.
Can I bring a backpack to the Wisconsin State Fair?
Can I bring water into WI State fair?
Carry-ins: No carry-in alcoholic beverages or weapons allowed. Unopened bottled water and food for infants or those with food allergies is permitted. Parent Supervision: Fairgoers under 18 years of age entering after 6 pm must be accompanied by a parent or guardian 21 years of age or older. Proof of age is required.
Can you use cash at Wisconsin State Fair 2021?
Vendors inside the Fair Park have the option of accepting cash as a form of payment. Most vendors will accept both cash and credit cards. All non-refunded 2020 admission tickets are valid for the 2021 fair.
Where to park at the Wisconsin State Fair?
Parking on the State Fair Grounds. Designated parking areas for the handicapped can be found at: Gate 1 at 79th Street and Greenfield Avenue. Gate 7 on the north end of the Fair Park off Kearney Street. Gate 3 on 84th Street near the State Fair Transit Center. You will be directed to special parking areas.
Where are the free Park and ride lots in Wisconsin?
Parking is FREE. Many have overnight parking in designated spaces, secure bike racks, shelters, lighting, and more. Conveniently located adjacent to or near on/off-ramps along freeways and major highways. Many of the Milwaukee, Waukesha and Madison area park and ride lots are also served by public transit.
Where does GO Riteway take you to the Wisconsin State Fair?
Go Riteway offers daily round-trip service throughout the day from two locations in Washington County. Daily departures being at Washington County Fair Park at 7:00 a.m., and the Life Church Parking Lot at 7:30 a.m. Contact: For more details visit goriteway.com
Is there a bus to the State Fair?
This bus runs from 10 a.m. to Fair Close, with a frequency of 15 – 20 minutes until 7 p.m., and every 30 minutes thereafter. Note to passengers: Not all Route 23 buses will serve State Fair, look for the Route 23 bus with a State Fair destination sign. Other Route 23 buses will operate the regular route.