The Collier Agricultural Fair & Exposition, Inc. has contributed to our community by providing support or fundraising opportunities for the following organizations:
- Collier County Sheriff’s Junior Deputy Program,
- Catholic Charities
- 4-H Foundation
- Open Youth of Collier County
- Boy Scout
- Kiwanis Club
- Immokalee High School Band
- Make-A-Wish Foundation
- Youth Haven and Palmetto High School Fishing Club
- Marching Band and Band Boosters
- Naples Bears
In addition, we are a pre-designated Emergency assembly area for FPL, the state of Florida and Collier County.
We invite you to share in our community spirit and help support our community and youth of Collier County, and if we can help your program, please contact us.
Did You Know?
The Collier Fairgrounds is NOT a part of Collier County or State of Florida government and thus receives no tax dollars or other subsidies. We are a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to enriching our community by promoting education and Southwest Florida agriculture while showcasing and rewarding youth achievement. We accomplish this by producing a first-class eleven day Fair each Spring with quality family entertainment and providing facilities and resources for year-round events. Over the years we have given back to a long list of other not-for-profits and charities throughout our community.
Your money stays here, and we thank you all for supporting us.
The Collier County Fair and Exposition Inc. has implemented the following safety guidelines to attend the upcoming 2021 Collier Fair:
Masks are required in all buildings on the Collier Fairgrounds. Masks are not required outdoors where social distancing can be maintained. We strongly recommend all guests, exhibitors and vendors wear a face mask to attend. Temperatures will be taken at the entrance gate.
Follow all directional signage that accommodates for a socially distanced capable environment.
Frequently use the hand sanitizing stations that will be readily accessible throughout the fairgrounds.
Be considerate of others around you and follow social distancing protocols.
Adherence to the guidelines will assist in our efforts to present a safe and successful 2021 Collier Fair.
COVID-19 Exposure is an inherent risk in any public locations where people are present: Guests, exhibitors and vendors should only attend after evaluating their own health risks.
The Collier County Fair and Exposition Inc. cannot guarantee you will not be exposed during your visit.
Purchase of a ticket, pass or ride armband and entry on to the Collier Fairgrounds constitutes your understanding of these risks and your willingness to undertake the risk of exposure. No refunds will be given following your entry on to the Fairgrounds.