Your Central Washington State Fair Survival Guide – Our Top Five
I love the Central Washington State Fair. The food, the concerts, the people watching – everything about it makes me look forward to it each year. Over the years of attending, I always have those thoughts of “Oh, I wish I would've done brought this” or “I forgot to do this.” Here's a quick survival guide for the fair that you can take advantage of if you wish.
Avoid the Heat
Although our fair is conveniently timed to be at the end of September through early October, there can still be some very hot days involved. First and foremost, bring sunscreen. Don't just bring some, put some on before you leave the house so it has time to set in before you sweat it off. Consider the shoes you'll be wearing, too. You'll be doing a lot of walking on hot, dry pavement so those cheap flip-flops may not hold out. Sunburns on your feet are also the worst so consider some tennis shoes. Might want to bring a hat. If you don't have one, there are plenty of hats you can buy at the fair.