always, there is no admission charge to the War Eagle Fair. Beginning in
2011, a parking fee has been implemented. A
well trained parking crew directs you in and out, and you won't have to hunt for
No dogs are allowed on the grounds,
in the tents or buildings except trained
Medical Assist dogs. A first aid station is in the center of everything, there
are permanent restrooms and plenty of porta-potties, even a free package
checking service. Don't get so caught up in the tents that you miss the
exhibit building! Gates open at 8 a.m. each day and close at 5 p.m. on Thursday,
Friday and Saturday and at 4 p.m. on Sunday.
in 1962, the Spring Fair began as an Antique show. After 45 annual events,
the last Spring Fair was held in 2006.
What about the Spring Fair?
the Fall Fair always at the same time?
No. In the past it has been as early as October 13 and as late as October 29.
However, beginning in 1990 it has always started on the Thursday before the
3rd Saturday in October.
can we camp?
are a great many campgrounds in nearby areas, particularly along Beaver Lake,
including both government and commercial sites ranging from rustic to those
with complete facilities. Self-contained camping units are permitted in specified
areas on War Eagle Mills Farm, along with tents.
the weather like?
of traffic congestion on the one-lane iron bridge across the War Eagle River,
we recommend that visitors approach
from the south via U.S. 412 and AR Hwy 303.
is the best route to the Fair?
the nights are cool and days are warm, but bring a variety of clothing as it
can be quite cool or quite warm.