State Fair Rules and Regulations
SO YOU MAY FULLY ENJOY YOUR VISIT TO THE STATE FAIR, PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE STATE FAIR RULES
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing auxiliary communicative aids and services for the Fair should call 801-538-8400 three days prior.
No pets are allowed on the grounds - please leave your pets at home and not in your vehicle. Assistance animals required by physician prescription are the only exception and must have written approval from the Fair Administration Office, 155 North 1000 West, Salt Lake City, prior to entering Fair.
No bicycles, motorcycles, roller blades, roller-skates, skateboards, scooters or golf carts shall be allowed on the Fairpark without written permission from the Fairpark management.
Outside food is allowed, however no alcoholic beverages may be brought to the State Fair.
A patron involved in any type of accident while on the Fairpark shall contact the Fairpark Administration Office or a Fairpark representative immediately to request that an official accident report be completed.
The State Fair reserves the right to remove from the Fairpark any person who uses foul or abusive language, is wearing offensive clothing, makes offensive actions or is intoxicated as determined by the Fair Executive Director, or violates any rules of the Utah State Fair Corporation.
The Fairpark reserves the right to remove from the Fairpark any person distributing advertising material or conducting private business of any kind, who does not have an authorized Exhibit Space Lease Agreement.
Any pictures or videos taken during the Fair for publicity or commercial gain must have prior written approval of the Fair Executive Director.
No fires or flammable materials are allowed on the Fairpark without written approval of the Fairpark management.
Patrons shall not remove Utah State Fair property from the buildings or grounds. Flowers and garden crops shall not be removed without permission of Fairpark management.
A patron purchasing merchandise or entering into contracts with commercial, educational and non-profit exhibitors is responsible for their transactions. The Utah State Fair Corporation shall not assume responsibility for faulty merchandise or for agreements entered into by a patron.
A patron shall not litter the Fairpark. Trash shall be placed in barrels provided.
A patron shall not deface the grounds or buildings, outside or inside. Anyone damaging buildings or grounds shall be required to pay all repair and replacement costs.
A patron shall adhere to the hours of the Fairpark which shall be posted at the entrance gates and may be changed yearly.
A patron shall pay a gate admission upon entrance to the annual Utah State Fair. The admission charge will be posted at the entrance gates and shall be established by the Fair Executive Director and Board on a yearly basis. Gate refunds shall not be considered unless the patron submits, in writing, a letter to the Fair Executive Director stating the reason for the refund. A refund may be given only at the discretion of the Fair Executive Director.
A patron parking on a Fairpark parking lot shall pay a parking charge. The charge, which is subject to change, shall be posted at the parking lot entrance. The management shall not be responsible for damage to vehicles or theft of property from vehicles.