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Primitive Camping

Camping at the Faire is primitive in that drinking water is scarce. Potable water may not be close to your camp, so bring your own water. Each camping pass includes enough space for your vehicle, a tent and ample camping space. Camp sites do not include fire pits or tables.



Restrooms are located around the faire circle and in camping areas with some of the larger sets having hand washing stations.


Help Us Steward - Please, Pack it Out

We do have recycling and garbage collection kiosks in and around the trade circle -which is a bit of a walk from camp sites. It helps to plan for a leave no trace camping experience and to sort your recyclables before tossing the bags of garbage - please make time for this before departing- respect the land. Please do not leave behind or bury your waste. Your site is your responsibility, enjoy it and clean it when you leave so others may do the same. Your responsible for hauling recyclables and garbage to the kiosks upon exit. please pack in & out what you can.


Be Prepared! 

If you leave the faire in your vehicle at any point, you'll pay full price to get back in. This substantially reduces traffic up and down the road for all Fairgoers.


Cold Frosty Nights

Bring some warm gear. The Faire is located in the highlands and is cooler than Tonasket. It is disrespectful to all neighbors to run your automobile to create heat.


No Cell Service / So Plan Ahead


No Drugs or Alcohol

We don't allow drugs or alcohol at the Faire.  No public displays of paraphernalia. No open alcohol containers. If we see it, you will be asked to leave our grounds.


Pre-Faire Camping


Recycle    Camp Fires Entry Rules
Pet Dogs and Service Animals


Non-service dogs are not allowed at the faire. We ask all service dogs check in at the gate.


Please be aware of Washington State laws about service animals! Service dogs are trained to perform tasks for the benefit of individuals with physical or mental disabilities- guiding the blind, alerting the deaf, as well as people prone to seizures or other tasks directly related to a disability.


Under the American with Disabilities Act, animals whose sole purpose is to provide comfort, companionship, or emotional support do not qualify as service animals and are not allowed in the Faire.


  Non-approved dogs will be turned away at the gate. There are multiple kennels and shelters near by. If you need a copy of the available places, locally, to board your pets, feel free to contact us. Our Faire manager, security officials or Board of Director president will be happy to answer any questions you may have.


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The Okanogan Family Faire is a 501c4 non-profit organization whose mission supports cultural projects and education in the Okanogan.

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