The Lamoille County Field Days originally started as a tractor rodeo to promote tractor safety and provide an opportunity for farmers, their family, and hired help to enjoy a day away from the farm to express their abilities in a competitive setting. Through the years these Field Days have served not only farmers but have progressively developed a safe competitive setting for the many attractions provided as well as making a safe and relaxing atmosphere for affordable family fun and entertainment. Every effort will be made to continue this atmosphere into the future.
Lamoille County Field Days is a traditional agricultural fair held over three days usually at the end of July. We are a totally volunteer run non-profit association that is now in its 52nd year in its current form – though building on the rich history of a county fair here that goes back many decades further.
We usually have about 10,000 visitors over the three days, and pride ourselves in offering something for everyone to enjoy. We focus on family fun and education while promoting and maintaining the traditional agricultural heritage and values common in the past, and still so prevalent to our region currently. Come and enjoy our fair at reasonable prices – bring your family, relax, and take in all we have to offer in a safe, clean environment.