Historic Brampton Fall Fair is back this weekend

Published September 13, 2022 at 4:49 pm

Summer may be coming to a close but that doesn’t mean the end of fun in the sun as Brampton’s Fall Fair fires up this weekend.

Hosted by the Region of Peel Agricultural Society, the historic Brampton Fall Fair is back for four days of fun after a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Featuring midway rides, carnival games, rodeo events and even a demolition derby, the Fall Fair has plenty of family friendly activities on deck for Bramptonians to enjoy.

There will also be festival food and food trucks, local artisans and vendors, a classic car show, beer gardens, and dog shows.

The Brampton Fall Fair has a long history, with roots dating back to the 1850s, and is organised by the Region of Peel Agricultural Society. The non-profit organization’s goal is “bridging the gap between rural and urban lifestyles,” and says it is dedicated to preserving and maintaining the rural legacy of the society.

If midways games, rides and festival food aren’t your thing, then consider taking in one of the fair’s horse, cattle, poultry, and even pigeon shows running throughout the weekend.

And of course on Saturday night, the fair will be the site of the fan-favourite demolition derby.

Admission to the Fall Fair is $15 for adults, $10 for seniors and students, and entry is free for children under five years old. There are also weekend passes available for $45 for adults and $25 for Students.
This year’s fair will run from Thursday (Sept. 15) to Sunday at the Brampton Fairgrounds at 12942 Heart Lake Road in Caledon.

For a full list of attractions visit www.bramptonfair.com.

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