GIBSON COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS


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When people gather, the Gibson County Fairgrounds is the perfect location!
Every July, it is home to the Gibson County Fair,  Indiana’s oldest continuously running county fair, started in 1852, the same year as the Indiana State Fair.  During the American Civil War, Camp Gibson was created to train soldiers for the Union cause on the grounds of what is now the Gibson County Fairgrounds. The 58th, 65th, and 80th Indiana Infantry regiments were all organized at Camp Gibson.  Today, the fairgrounds provides ideal facilities for company picnics, corporate meetings, group gatherings, weddings, receptions, reunions, graduation parties, social events, Christmas and holiday parties, trade shows, consumer shows, church events, auctions, flea markets, gun shows, car shows, tractor or truck pulls, concerts, horse shows and rodeos, livestock and other animal events. Facilities include the 4-H Exhibit Hall with seating capacity for 350 people, the Activities Building with seating capacity for 275 people, and the Pavilion, a 32,500 square foot multi-use indoor arena or exhibit space perfect for livestock and horse shows, rodeos, undercover car rallies, garden and antique tractor pulls and any other events where protection from weather is desirable.  A large midway, a grandstand and arena area with seating capacity for 2,700 people, plus three 4,000 square feet merchants buildings round out the facilities.
709 North Embree Street 
Princeton, IN 47670
(812) 385-3445 
events@gibsoncountyfair.com

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