No self-respecting county would dream of not having an annual fair where folks come together to play, compete with their livestock or harvest, and relax for a few hours. The Red River Valley Fair in Paris, Texas, is no exception.
What You Can Expect at the Red River Valley Fair in Paris, Texas
Come to the Red River Valley Fair this year, and you can enjoy the finest in photography, artwork, crocheting, knitting, quilts, and crafts of all kinds, along with the sweetest, juiciest fruit pies, delicious cakes, and the prettiest canned fruits and vegetables you’ve seen. Then take the family over to the livestock barns and admire the best-looking cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, chickens, rabbits, ducks, and more. Enjoy a number of shows from tractor pulls to horsemanship while eating an elephant ear. Join the kiddies on the carnival rides, and play the games on the midway to win any of a number of different prizes.
Red River Valley Fair Dates
The fair dates this year are Sept. 27 through Oct. 1. If you haven’t entered one of the contests before, it’s great fun for the family. If you plan to enter your special artwork, handicrafts, or canned or baked goods, they should be taken to the fairgrounds on Saturday, Sept. 24, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Fresh vegetables will be accepted Monday, Sept. 26, from 1 to 5 p.m. Or just head over and check out the contestants without worrying about competing.
Red River Valley Fair Admission
$5 will get everyone over 6 years old in the gates. Kids 6 and under are free. On Saturday, Oct. 1, which is the last day of the fair, the gates open at 11 a.m. with an admission fee of $3. Seniors 60 years old and up get in free. These prices are good until 4 p.m., when the rates will return to $5 for everyone over 6 years of age.
James Hodge Dodge of Paris, Texas, invites you to attend this year’s Red River Valley Fair. While in the area, stop by and see some of our latest models.