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Oakland County Fair running through July 14

By: Mark Vest | C&G Newspapers | Published July 2, 2024


DAVISBURG — The Oakland County Fair is scheduled to make its return to Springfield Oaks County Park July 5-14.

Rides, glassblowing demonstrations, a saw artist, racing pigs and a petting zoo are among the attractions.

“Oakland County has a rich rural heritage,” Oakland County Parks Director Chris Ward stated in a press release. “The Oakland County Fair not only celebrates the hard work of youth who diligently care for farm animals throughout the year, it shares it with those who live in more urban communities throughout the county. This provides for numerous community building opportunities in a fun, casual setting. In the process of offering fairgoers a glimpse into the hard-working agricultural lifestyle and what it takes to feed a community, strong bonds are forged that make us more connected to our roots and what is truly important.”

Competitive project exhibitions by Oakland County youth, an offroad demolition derby, micro wrestling, “Figure 8 Races,” monster trucks and “SuperKicker Rodeo” are also scheduled to be part of the entertainment.

Fair parking, which includes admission, costs $15 per vehicle and $10 for motorcycles or walk-ins.

Springfield Oaks County Park is located at 12451 Andersonville Road in Davisburg.

For the fair schedule and hours, visit