Planning Your Trip
Planning Your Trip
The Fulton County Fairgrounds is conveniently located off Ohio Turnpike Exit 34 and three miles north of Wauseon where visitors can find restaurants, entertainment, grocery, discount stores, and more. Fulton County offers a variety of quaint attractions and adventurous day trips including an Artisan Trail, Wine/Brew Trail, Trail Trails, and so much more.
The Fairgrounds are less than an hour from Archbold (home of historic Sauder Village and the Sauder Furniture Outlet Store) and Toledo (home of the Mud Hens, Imagination Station, the Toledo Zoo, and the world-famous Toledo Museum of Art).
Our modern camping sites make this top of Ohio location a great destination or a place for refueling as you travel through.
The grounds have plenty of open park and shaded areas for outside games and gatherings. Various buildings and pavilions are available as well. There are paved roads for riding bikes and taking walks. The Fulton County Fairgrounds offer campers 30 AMP electric service, clean showers and restrooms, water, and modern dumping stations. Visit our Off-Season Camping page for more information.
Resources to help you as you plan your trip.
8514 State Route 108, Wauseon, Ohio 43567
¼ mile north of Exit 34 on the Ohio Turnpike (89/90)
- Fulton County Visitor’s Bureau
- Fulton County Historical Society
- Fulton County Extension Office
- Toledo Visitor’s Bureau
- Fulton County Fairgrounds Off-Season Camping
- Fulton County Fairgrounds Off-Season Facility Rentals
- Wauseon Weather
No matter where you live, you’re never too far away to enjoy everything that the Fulton County Fair has to offer. Approximate driving distance from:
- Adrian, MI – 25 miles
- Angola, IN – 45 miles
- Findlay, OH – 62 miles
- Lima, OH – 64 miles
- Monroe, MI – 57 miles
- Toledo, OH – 40 miles
- Fort Wayne, IN – 82 miles