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Washington County Fair Camping 2019

Jul 25, 2019 to Jul 28, 2019

Washington County Fair Complex
873 Northeast 34th Avenue
Hillsboro, OR, 97124

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Please choose your campsite in the "Choose your Campsite!" section below. Buy purchasing a campsite you are agreeing to the Terms & Conditions at the bottom of this page. Your registration and payment include checking-in on Wednesday, July 24, 2019 and checking-out on Monday, July 29, 2019.

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Event Summary

The 2019 Washington County Fair Campsites are available from July 25 through July 28. Must book campsite by July 15th!

Event Details

Your registration and payment include checking-in on Wednesday, July 24, 2019 and checking-out on Monday, July 29, 2019.

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No refunds.
Terms & Conditions

Washington County Fair Livestock Exhibitors Campground Rules, Regulations, & Registration Information

Violators of any of these rules will be immediately expelled from the Campground and the Fairgrounds with their animals and forfeit all prizes and premium money. Parents, Adult Supervisors, or other Non-Exhibitors who are associated with a Youth Livestock Exhibitor staying in the campground that violates these rules will cause the youth they are responsible for, or associated with, to also be immediately expelled from the Campground and the Fair, and forfeit all prizes and premium money. Expulsion will be a joint decision between the Camping Supervisor and the Fair Manager. Violators will be escorted by security personnel as they collect their animals and move off site. All camping identification will be surrendered. Items that cannot be hand-carried from the campsite, such as a camping vehicle, must be retrieved on the Monday after fair. Any additional expenses resulting from the expulsion will be borne by the violator. There are no warnings or second chances, no exception.

• Only registered Livestock Exhibitors with 4H, FFA and Open Class may stay in the Livestock Exhibitor Campground.

• All sites are dry – No electrical or water.

• Reservations are first come, first serve.

• Check-in/Arrival Times will be assigned for each site. You will have 30 minutes to unhook/unload and remove your vehicle to the parking lot. If you miss your check-in/arrival-time you will not be allowed to move-in until all other check-ins have been completed.

• Check-in closes on Wednesday the night before the Fair at 9:00 p.m. Failure to check-in prior to 9:00 pm will forfeit your reservation and no refunds will be issued

• Only the person who made the reservation may check-in, pick-up camping permit and Camper ID’s.

• Motor vehicles are prohibited in the campground at all times except during designated move in/move out dates and times. Vehicles that tow in a camping vehicle must be un-hooked and moved to the parking lot within 30-minutes of check-in. Violators will be towed and impounded at the owner’s expense.

• There is a maximum of eight campers allowed per campsite. Groups with more than eight people must purchase an additional campsite

• Campsite ID must be worn at all times in the campground including when entering and exiting.

• Campsite number and list of occupants must be not be tampered with and be visible at all times.

• All campers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a responsible parent, guardian or designated chaperone, at least 21 years of age. The adult must stay overnight with the associated children and is responsible for their actions and health. (meaning no drop-off and let the kids camp by themselves).

• Exhibitors/Parents/Chaperones that are not complying with these rules and regulations will be sent home along with their all the persons/campers registered in that site.

• Visitors/Guests are admitted only with a registered camper and must sign-in and out and must wear Visitor ID.

• Overnight Guests are prohibited

• All campers are required to be in their camping unit and quiet one-half hour after the fair closes at 11:00 p.m. Quiet hours are 11:30 PM to 7:00 AM. Generators are not allowed to be used during quiet hours.

• Quiet generators are allowed for use between 7:00 AM and 11:30 PM.

• Cooking is only allowed in individual campsites. Cooking will be limited to use of facilities within camping vehicles, portable camping stoves, and/or barbeques to heat and prepare food on site.

• Campfires are prohibited.

• Charcoal grills are prohibited.

• Camping will be in designated sites only.

• All campers are responsible for keeping the camp grounds clean. Keep your camp space clean and the public area around your space neat.

• Camp sites are for sleeping quarters only, not for storage or livestock trailers.

• Camping shall only be in tents, camper vans, RVs, camping trailers, or truck campers specifically designed by the manufacturer for sleeping and other normal camping uses.

• Camping in non-camping vehicles such as passenger cars, pickups, pickups with bed cover, and non-camper vans is prohibited.

• All camping vehicles will be pulled in or backed into the site within the designated lines.

• All camping vehicles must park perpendicular to the fire lanes.

• All camping vehicles must fit within the designated site space. Any camping vehicle that extends into a fire lane or a neighboring campsite will be towed and impounded at the owner’s expense.

• Tents and similar non-vehicle sleeping quarters must be set up within the designated campsite boundaries.

• Use of camping vehicles, tents, tarps and other materials or objects to create a ‘camping compound’ is not allowed. 4-H and other groups that share meals or have other activities may set up a canopy and a common table in one of the individual’s camping sites. If the size of camping vehicles and sleeping quarters does not allow for sufficient space for a common area, then the group can request and pay for an additional campsite. All campsite areas must be visible from and have access to fire lane.

• The Camping Superintendent has the right to refuse admittance to any vehicles that do not fit the description of a camping vehicle as described in these rules and regulations.

• Fire Lane must be kept clear at all times

• No person shall consume, or have in his or her possession, any controlled substance or alcoholic beverage (if under age) as described in ORS 471.005.

• Individuals of legal age may responsibly consume alcohol within their individual designated campsite. Individuals are not allowed to carry alcohol outside of their campsite. No open containers are allowed. That is, beverages must be poured into a cup and the container should be placed out of sight. Excessive drinking or drunkenness will be grounds for immediate expulsion.

• All fencing, gates, barriers, signage and equipment that are part of the Campgrounds or campsites shall not be tampered with, disturbed, damaged, removed, vandalized, etc. This includes unbolting or cutting sections of perimeter fencing.

• Animals and Pets are prohibited in the campground.

• Bicycles, Skateboards, and Rollerblades are prohibited in the campground and the Fairgrounds

• Smoking/Vaping is prohibited in the entire Fairgrounds including the campground and individual campsites.

• All occupants must adhere to the Washington County Fair Board Weapons Policy.

• All campers will be courteous to Fair staff, campsite supervisors, security personnel, and fellow campers.

• Camping disputes are to be brought to, and settled by, the Camping Superintendent and/or Fair Manager.

• Camping is at your own risk. Washington County is not responsible for loss, theft, or damage.

• Cloverleaf Restrooms & Showers are reserved for registered campers. Sharing the entrance code is prohibited. Please be respectful of the restrooms and showers and other users. Restroom and Shower rules will be posted and shall be adhered to.

• Each campsite is provided one (1) season parking pass for the adjacent livestock exhibitor parking lot. Any vehicles illegally parked or without the proper hang-tag will be towed at the owner’s expense.

• Every effort will be made to honor requests to place clubs, families, and friends together but are not guaranteed.

• The Fair Management does not assume responsibility for the health and safety of persons camping; however, will endeavor to provide a safe and healthy atmosphere.

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