The Coshocton County Fair has been in existence since 1851, bringing competition and enjoyment to the residents of this Central-Ohio community.
Since the Coshocton County Fair is one of the last in the state, the agricultural products on display are among the best in Ohio. Elaborate displays of pumpkins, corn, potatoes and apples fill the agricultural hall, while the livestock barns are filled with the pride of the county's 4-H and FFA members.
Open class exhibitors and the traditional racing program round out the 7-day agricultural fair. But of course no fair would be complete without the thrill of the midway, and Coshocton County Fair is no exception.
The Coshocton County Fair is sponsored by the Coshoction County Agricultural Society. The Agricultural Society is directed by a board of 18 members, six of which are elected each year for a three-year term.