|Fulton County Fair|
"Top of Ohio"
|Begins||Friday before Labor Day|
|Ends||Thursday after Labor Day|
|Venue||Fulton County Fairgrounds|
|Attendance||298,346/week (2015 record)|
|Capacity||60,792/day (2003 record)|
|Leader||Ed Miller, President|
|Organized by||Fulton County Fair Board|
The first Fulton County Fair took place in 1858.
Daily attendance during busy days can more than double the county's population of about 40,000 to over 100,000 people. In 2019, the fair shattered its previous attendance record of 298,346 by hosting 340,594 attendees. That makes the Fulton County Fair Ohio's third-largest fair behind the Ohio State Fair, and the Canfield Fair.
Featured on the fairgrounds is the Fulton County 9-11 Memorial, which displays a 3600-pound steel I-beam from Ground Zero. The beam arrived in 2011 and the same year, design of the memorial began. Work began in 2013 and is now complete.
Traditional events that the fairgrounds hosts annually include an MCC auction to fund humanitarian relief by the Mennonite church, the National Threshers Association Renunion, the Crosley Car Owners Club National Meet, the Antique Motorcycle Club of America Show & Race  and Midwest Geobash one of the largest annual gatherings of Geocachers worldwide. 
Fair Week traditionally begins in Fulton County on Labor Day weekend, and features popular music celebrities, tractor pulling, a demolition derby, harness racing, 4-H exhibits, livestock shows, show barns with pigs, cattle, sheep, goats, horses, llamas, chickens, geese, ducks, turkeys, and carnival games on the midway.
As of 2019, the fair officials are as follows:
|• President||Dennis Wyse|
|• Vice President||John Lovejoy|
|• Treasurer||Larry Burkholder|
|• Secretary||April Kuckuck|