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2021 Nevada State Fair

Family Fun at Mills Park in Carson City

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The 2021 Nevada State Fair takes place Thursday through Sunday, June 3 - 6. It will be in Mills Park in Carson City, Nevada's state capital.

Attractions and Fun at the Nevada State Fair

The Nevada State Fair has all the fun things to do fair goers have come to expect. The big attraction is the Midway of Fun Carnival, which includes rides, games and food concessions. Classic fair food items like Indian tacos and funnel cakes will be there. Go to the website and click on the links to get more information.

The 2021 Nevada State Fair is open every day from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Location of the Nevada State Fair

The 2021 Nevada State Fair is at Mills Park in Carson City. Mills Park is at 1111 E. William Street, which is also U.S. 50. It's about 32 miles from Reno and freeway almost all the way. The easiest way to get there from Reno is to take I580 / U.S. 395 south to Exit 39 in Carson City. Turn right (west) onto E. William Street / U.S. 50 and go about a mile. Mills Park will be on the left.

Free Entry and Parking at the Nevada State Fair

There are no entry fees to the Nevada State Fair and parking is free at Carson High School (only after 1 p.m. on Saturday). However, tickets are required for the midway carnival rides, games, and food. No dogs allowed on the fairgrounds - only certified service animals are permitted.

Nevada State Fair
Midway and carnival rides at the Nevada State Fair. Photo © Stan White

What happened to the original Nevada State Fair?

The original Nevada State Fair was first held in 1874 and was Nevada's longest running event (136 years) until it's last year in 2010. In March of 2011, the fair's board of directors decided the show could not go on, citing a large debt and inability to raise funds necessary to continue.

In August of 2013, a new non-profit organization was formed to revive the tradition, bringing this event back to the Silver State.

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