2015 Grant County Fair
The Grant County Fair is on the county fairgrounds in Cliff, set in the rugged beauty of the Gila River Valley. Arts, crafts and food exhibits are in the Cliff High School, next door to the fairgrounds.
Cliff is an enjoyable half-hour from Silver City on New Mexico Highway 180.
Fair admission is $3 a day.
The annual Cliff-Gila County Fair is a celebration of Grant County's agricultural heritage and future, with outstanding animal and craft exhibits from schools and civic groups across the County.
Set in the Cliff High School and adjoining fairgrounds, the fair can be a great afternoon or a fun-filled weekend!
In addition to a midway full of rides and exhibits, the fair showcases the agricultural efforts of Grant County's next generation of ranchers and farmers. A year or more of hard work and husbandry goes into the animals shown at the fair, and exhibitors are happy to discuss their steers, pigs, sheep and other animals with you.
The end of the fair includes an auction and animal sale; newcomers to the Fair are invited to speak with show organizers during the show to see how the purchase of one of these outstanding animals can help sustain the future of agriculture in Grant County.
For more information contact Grant County Extension Service at 575-388-1559.