King County Fair

45224 284th Avenue Southeast
Enumclaw, WA 98022

360-226-3493

The King County Fair is the oldest fair west of the Mississippi River. It was founded in 1863, when Abraham Lincoln was president and The Washington Territory was 26 years from statehood. It began as a simple celebration of agriculture and originally took place in the Georgetown area. In 1965 The Fair moved to its current home in Enumclaw.

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