St. Johns County Fairgrounds

St. Johns County Fairgrounds

The St. Johns County Fairgrounds is the premier fairgrounds facility in North East Florida. Guests to the facility will enjoy its spacious location as the fairgrounds encompass over 90 acres of land surrounded by a beautiful forest-lined exterior.

The Fairgrounds is home to a wide variety of events each year including concerts, pro rodeo, dog shows, disc golf and horseshoe tournaments, family reunions, and recreational vehicle club gatherings. The beautiful grounds and excellent amenities are great places to attend or host an event.

Amenities include a number of modern facilities including a covered arena, exhibit halls, meeting rooms, campsites, and vendor locations. The facility is equipped with water and electric outlets along with bathroom and shower facilities, making it the perfect location to host large events. Also for the disc golf enthusiast, the facility boasts a twenty-five-hole course to challenge the disc golfer in the family.

LOCATION

St. Johns County Fairgrounds

5840 SR 207, Elkton, FL 32033

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