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The Tulsa County Free Fair began in 1903 at the Western Association baseball park The Tulsa County Fair in 1903 at the Western Association baseball park at Archer and Boston in downtown Tulsa.located at Archer and Boston in downtown Tulsa.  With enactment of the Oklahoma Free Fair Act in 1915, a 15-acre tract of land north of Archer and Lewis was purchased to provide more suitable grounds for the annual county fair.  In 1923, thanks to a land donation from J.E. Crosbie, the fair was moved to a portion of the present Expo Square between 15th and 21st Streets.  Passage of a major bond issue of $500,000 provided for the construction of the Pavilion in 1931.  The fair board acquired land adjacent to the gift acreage in later year, and the “Tulsa State Fair” was born. 


The annual Tulsa County Fair has been held every year since 1903 as a way for individuals to show fair exhibits they have worked on all year while learning new skills or improving existing skills.  Exhibitors also have the opportunity to share what they have learned with others during the Tulsa County Fair.   

Fair Information

Exhibitors must comply with all rules and regulations of the Tulsa County Fair.


Only enrolled Tulsa County 4-H members can enter in the 4-H exhibits, but any resident age 5 and up of Tulsa County or any member of a Tulsa County extension based organization such as: 4-H, Oklahoma Home and Community Education (OHCE), Master Gardeners, or Master Wellness, may enter in the Tulsa County Fair Open Class.



  • Rules and Regulations
    1. ELIGIBILITY - Exhibition in this department is open to all
      enrolled 4-H members from Tulsa County.
    2. 4-H members who are 8 and in the 3rd grade by
      September 1 are eligible to exhibit in competitive classes
      — Sections 300–325.
    3. 4-H Cloverbud members may enter in Section 326 and
      Section 500 - Open Class Youth.
    4. 4-H exhibits are entered and displayed at the risk of the
    5. 4-H members should be enrolled in the project area to
    6. NO exhibits may be entered more than one time and
      each exhibit must have been made by the exhibitor
      during the last year, except for classes which are a
      collection and are added to in successive years.
    7. Exhibits should be permanently signed and dated, in
      an inconspicuous location, if material permits. Some
      exhibits that should be signed and dated are posters,
      most arts and crafts including fine art, ceramics,
      woodworking and wood crafts, herbarium cards, seed
      boards, forestry and wood sample exhibits and model
    8. 4-H members who enter crops and horticulture must be
      able to prove that such crops entered in his/her name
      were produced by the member during the current year.
    9. At the county fair, 4-H indoor exhibits will be selected for
      the Tulsa State Fair by the judges in the respective area. A
      “selected for state fair” sticker will be placed on all indoor
      exhibits selected for the state fair. 4-H and FFA livestock
      exhibitors are eligible to enter the Tulsa State Fair regardless
      of county placing.
  • 2023 4-H Fair Book



All entries are due by Friday, June 30!


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