Antelope Valley Fair Association

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2551 West Avenue H, Suite 102
Lancaster, California 93536

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RV Park

If you are coming to the Antelope Valley and need a place to stay, look no further. The RV Park at the A.V. Fair & Event Center has everything you need, from full hookups (water, electricity, and sewer), the ability to bring pets, and reasonable rates.

Need more information? Call the RV Park Manager Pat Rush at (661) 206-0427 or email her at
Reservations may be required for special events including Fair time in August.

Daily Rate: 30amp – $25 / 50amp – $30 / $5 dump*

Information: Asphalt Surface, Pull Through Spaces, Manager On Duty 24 Hours, Can Accommodate RV’s & 5th Wheels of All Lengths. The RV Park operates on a first-come, the first-serve basis, therefore, we do not take reservations. Please register at our Self-Registration gazebo.

Address: 2551 W. Ave G-8, Lancaster, CA 93536.
Exit 14 Freeway at Avenue H and drive West. Go to the third street light and turn right onto 30th St. West. Stay in the right-hand lane and turn right onto Avenue G-8. Enter the park at Gate 5.

AV Fair & Event Center Administration Office:
2551 W. Avenue H., Suite 102, Lancaster, CA
(661) 948-6060
Administration Office Hours: M-F 8am-5pm

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The Antelope Valley Fair was incorporated on September 12, 1938, with the following signers of the incorporation papers: George Rush, Lloyd Mikelson, Jesse Romine, D.R. Jaqua and Tom Foley. After operating as the Antelope Valley Fair for three years, and having full community cooperation in erecting the original buildings, it was deemed advisable to become an Agricultural Association under the Division of Fairs and Expositions, State of California. With the help of many individuals and organizations of the Valley working with State Legislators to make possible, on September 13, 1941, the 50th District Agricultural Association became operative. The fair was originally a four-day event until 1959, then a five-day event until 1972, then a six-day event until 1981, and is now a ten-day event.