Summit County Fair

229 East Howe Road
Tallmadge, OH 44278


In 1957, the Summit County Agricultural Society was  re-organized under the leadership of the Society's President, Charles Call.  The Agricultural Society’s main purpose was to promote  Summit County youth and their activities.  In order for these events to happen, the Summit  County Commissioners leased to the Society 5 acres of land known as the Summit County Home property  located in Tallmadge.  When the “Summit County Junior Fair” debuted for three days, August  15-17, 1957, the  Society was the proud owner of two buildings and a lot of hopes and dreams for the future.  By 1970, with the dedication of many hard working volunteers the Summit County Fair was labeled “The Biggest Little Fair in Ohio”. The success and hard work of thosemany volunteers over the past 62 years is clearly visible with the improvements and additions to the fairgrounds which now includes our current 66 acre facility.

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