LOGAN COUNTY Agricultural Society

ABOUT


There is something so all-American about a county fair. ​

The Logan County Fair, hosted by the Logan County Agricultural Society, is all about friends, family, and tradition. Since 1850, an agricultural exposition has been held to boast the products of hard work and dedication. Exhibitors from Logan County; youth and adults alike, compete in livestock shows, horsemanship, baked goods, horticulture, public speaking and so much more through outstanding organizations such as 4-H, FFA, Boy/Girls Scouts, and open class entries. The Fair is a time to gather, reminisce, and support one another in a casual, friendly environment. 


Located about 60 miles from Columbus, the Logan County Fairgrounds is situated within the 

City of Bellefontaine. Our scenic grounds sit on 40 acres with gently rolling hills and mature trees. The property offers building space for events, winter storage, and horse boarding. To find out more contact the Fair Office at (937) 599-4178 or email logancountyfair.org

VISIT LOGAN COUNTY

In the beautiful rolling hills of West-Central Ohio, Logan County is home to nearly 46,000 residents. Historically noted for being the highest point in Ohio, the first concrete street in America and the shortest street in America, Logan County boast a number of nationally known attractions and natural resources; Ohio Caverns - America's Most Colorful Caverns, Mad River Mountain Ski Resort and Tubing Park, Indian Lake, the Historic Holland Theatre, Brewfontaine - Voted #1 Beer Bar in Ohio, 600 Downtown - an old-fashioned pizzeria, locally owned by 5 time World Pizza Champion, and since 1956, Marie's Candies, whose cozy, quaint chocolate shop is located in an historic train depot. Named after Benjamin Logan who fought the local Native Americans, Logan County is made up of a dozen villages with the city of Bellefontaine being its county seat. Make plans to enjoy everything Logan County has to offer while visiting the Fair!

Curious about more things to see and do in Logan County?

Visit the 

Logan County 

Visitors Bureau