Changing facilities are available in the Exhibit Hall building and Marin Veterans’ Memorial Auditorium restrooms. See map for exact locations.
A Peaceful Place for Moms & Babies
The Fair is fun for everyone, but baby needs a feeding and mom needs a break - head to the Baby Sanctuary for a cool, comfy, private place to care for your little one.
- comfortable chairs for breastfeeding
- changing area with diapers and wipes
- water and healthy snacks for moms
ATMs are located on the Fairgrounds. See map for exact locations.
Food and beverages are not allowed in the Barnyard. Hand washing stations are located in the Barnyard – remember to wash your hands upon exiting the Petting Zoo.
Bring plenty of sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses. Temps can be in the 80s or 90s over the July 4th weekend. Wear comfortable walking shoes so you can wander around the spectacular 40-acre park and fairgrounds and take in all of the workshops, concerts, entertainment, and exhibits.
Visa and MasterCard Discover and American Express are accepted at the gates for Fair admission.
For daily schedules of our fabulous entertainment offerings, please pick up a Fair Guide as you enter the Fair. Guides are also available at the Fair Office.
The Fair Office is an Information Center with friendly staff on hand to answer your questions. Stop by the office in the Exhibit Hall building and let us help you!
Professional staff is on-duty for the duration of the Fair’s operating hours should immediate medical attention be required. First Aid Stations are located on the north side of the Marin Veterans’ Memorial Auditorium and adjacent to the Lagoon Park entrance. Notify any employee if you require First Aid assistance anywhere on the fairgrounds.
Any child appearing to be lost will be taken to the Fair Office. If you are separated from your child, ask any employee for assistance.
Lost & Found
Check for lost items at the Fair Office, located at the Exhibit Hall.
For the enjoyment of all our guests, we do not offer personal paging. We recommend that all members of your group know where and when to meet. Should you become separated, you may leave a personal message at either our Lost Child Center or at the Fair Office located at the Exhibit Hall building.
For the safety of all our guests, pets are not allowed inside the Fairgrounds. However, trained seeing-eye dogs and service animals are permitted.
Services for Guests with Disabilities
A wide variety of services are outlined in our booklet available at the Fair Office.
Smoke Free Fair
Smoking is not permitted on any County of Marin property.
Conservation Corps North Bay will provide waste diversion stations near the dining areas and food courts. Please recycle. When you put plastic, paper, glass and organic foods in their place, you help to divert materials from landfill.
Bring a reusable water bottle and use the five water fountains in the lobbies of the Marin Veterans’ Memorial Auditorium and Exhibit Hall buildings and the water stations located throughout the Fairgrounds.