Amusements of America, noted in the Guiness Book as the "largest traveling amusement park in the world" will be open daily with clean, safe family rides and games, as well as additional guest amenities throughout the carnival area.
Open Daily with 3 Show Times
At the Banana Derby you'll see America's favorite Monkey jockeys racing on their trusty canines. That's right, monkeys riding dogs. You won't want to miss it!
Open Daily with 2 shows Monday - Friday and 3 shows Saturday and Sunday
As seen on Ringling Bros and Barnum and Bailey, 134th edition. The Dominguez family Globe of Death is an extremely fast, death-defying act to excite the whole crowd!
Arts and Crafts Booths
Explore booths filled with handmade gifts, global imports, jewelry, home décor, and so much more! It's the perfect place to discover unique items and make the most of shopping local, connecting with talented artisans from the mountain area. Whether you're a style-conscious fashionista, a diehard sports lover, a home décor devotee, or simply someone that enjoys stumbling upon unexpected treasures, you won't be leaving the Arts and Crafts exhibit empty handed!
Enjoy delicious Fair food from our great vendors. Choose from a variety of options like street tacos, BBQ, hamburgers, lemonade, funnel cakes and more!
Pioneer Village is a replica of just how the ole mountain towns used to be. A mercantile store with products and goods that only your grandmother might recognize. An old, one room schoolhouse, a log home with furnishings just like it was in the 1800's, a smoke house, barn and corn crib are just like it was then.
"Old Ways" Demonstrations
"Old Ways" Demonstrations will take you back to the "old ways" as local folks show how "moonshine" was made...corn milling...shake making... cider squeezing...pork skin frying...quilting...black smithing...soap and hominy making and more!
2:00 pm: Carnival Rides Open
8:00 pm: Miss Georgia Mountain Fair Pageant
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