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Rules, Policies & Fees
Please read all rules! They are important.
1. All campsites are available on a first come - first served basis. Livestock and horse & pony committee volunteers listed in the tabloid/website have first priority on space. Others may reserve space starting the Tuesday after Memorial Day at the Fair Office. (Subject to availability.)
2. All camping fees including any electric charges must be paid in full when you reserve your campsite.
3. No trading of campsites will be allowed after reservations or assignments are made.
4. Electric hookups are for one 20-30-amp hookup per site. Do not overload your circuit. For example, you cannot run a crock pot, air conditioner and refrigerator at the same time.
5. Electric cords must be 12 gauge or larger.
6. Electric in the camping areas will not be turned on before Saturday morning prior to the Fair.
7. The use of generators is not allowed.
8. Due to liability and safety concerns, dogs and other pets are not allowed on the Fairgrounds. This includes camping areas! The exceptions are registered service animals, must be verified by Fair management.

Fair Week Camping
1. Camping prices: Electric, water and sewer - $180/week, electric and water - $150/week, and dry camping - $75/week. Upon payment, you will be issued a paid parking permit that must be displayed in your camper window while on the fairgrounds. Any camper arriving before or leaving after the permitted time period, without permission, will be charged accordingly.
2. Positively no wastewater from campers or motorhomes may be transported to the fairgrounds and disposed of into the fairgrounds sanitary sewer collection system.
3. No alcoholic beverages are permitted on the fairgrounds. Campers are responsible for all individuals within their camping and parking area. No air rifles or pistols, (unless needed for competitions), firearms, BB guns, pellet guns, chain saws, sparklers, or fireworks are permitted on premises unless required for competitions. Trash must be placed in barrels in the camping areas. We ask that you police your camping area before leaving. No glass bottles or containers are permitted in camping areas.
4. The Bedford County Agricultural Society (BCAS) assumes no responsibility for damage, theft, or loss of any nature to any and all personal property or campers belonging to individuals. Campers agree to hold harmless BCAS against any injuries or liabilities to individuals and campers during their stay.
5. Animals are not permitted in camping areas. No animals are permitted in the grandstand areas except certified service animals. All campers with service animals must check in at the fair office upon arrival.
6. No campfires are permitted during fair week. Quiet time is 12:00 am to 6:00 am. Please be respectful of your neighbors.
7. Bedford County Agricultural Society reserves the right to refuse entrance to any camper for any valid and legitimate reason. Have a safe and enjoyable camping experience. We thank you for your cooperation.

Other Event Camping
Please contact the Fair Office at 814-623-9011 or email Peggy at
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