Visit one of the most “old –fashioned, family” Fairgrounds
situated in the northeastern tip of Siskiyou County. Learn
what “true Northern California” has to offer in Tulelake,
Dorris, and Macdoel. The fairgrounds is convenient and
central in location for your visits from many surrounding
Visit Historical Sites…
Walk the paths of ancients as you explore 21 caves, part of
the Lava Beds National monument where the last major Indian
battle in California took place at Captain Jack’s
Stronghold. Wonder at the ancient petroglyphs and see the
site of Newell Japanese Interment camp south of Tulelake.
Wildlife and Waterfowl…
Up to 80% of the water fowl in the Pacific Flyway funnel
through the basin to offer fantastic viewing and hunting
opportunities for photographers and hunters. Other wildlife
including mule deer, antelope, coyote, bobcat, quail and
pheasant are in plentiful supply.
The pest potatoes, grains, onions, horseradish and hay are
grown in the fertile soils.
The cool, clean air and the beautiful, lush green
fairgrounds as you visit Northern California…
location is ideal for your stay as you visit the surrounding
attractions. Our facilities include…
R.V Group Facilities
We can accommodate approximately100 RV’s with Full hook ups.
Hook-ups include water and electricity. There is a
convenient dump station south of the water tower in Tulelake.
R.V. Groups are welcome.
Livestock barns, horse barns, grandstands, and out door
arena, and track are available for your horse shows,
cuttings ropings, livestock shows and more! Only a
fairgrounds can provide the perfect setting for your event
Facilities are available to rent for weddings, receptions,
shows, meetings, banquets, and more. Winter locked storage
is available for you RV’s, boats and Vehicles.
RV Parking Rates
Overnight Dry Camping $12.00 per night
Overnight Full Hookup $16.00 per night
with a 4-month maximum stay
(must be out
during fair the first Thurs.-Sat. following Labor Day)