2018 Farm Fair
Tuesday, July 17
Saturday, July 21

Where we are

We are located at 1990 Jacksonville-Jobstown Rd, in Springfield Township, at the corner of Route 206 South and Jacksonville-Jobstown Rd, 1/4 mile south of the Columbus Farmers Market (there is a Wawa on the opposite corner). GPS coordinates for the entrance to the fair and parking are 40.04052742218359,-74.73082758462523. The GPS-safe address is:
1990 Jacksonville-Jobstown Rd, Columbus, NJ 08022

Our mailing address is Burlington County Farm Fair, PO Box 475, Columbus, NJ 08022

How to get here

From New Jersey Turnpike Exit 7, take Route 206 South for about 6 miles, turn right onto Jacksonville-Jobstown Road.

From I-295 exit 52A, take Florence-Columbus Road east for about 2 miles to Columbus, turn left onto Route 206 South and go for about 2 miles, turn right onto Jacksonville-Jobstown Road.

From Route 70 at the Red Lion Circle, take Route 206 North and go for about 10 1/2 miles, turn left onto Jacksonville-Jobstown Road.

From Fort Dix, take 68 North, turn left on Saylors Pond Road and go for about 3 miles, turn left on Monmouth Road (Rt 537), turn right at traffic light onto Jacksonville-Jobstown Road and go for about 2 miles, cross Route 206.

Parking and Admission

Parking is available directly across the street from the Farm Fair entrance.

$10 donation per car per day.
$25 donation for a Multi-day Parking Pass available at the parking lot. See any of the parking lot attendants.

If you are a member of the military, show the parking attendant your Military ID and get 50% off parking!

The parking donation includes admission to the fair, so load up the car and come on down!

A remote parking area is located at the Columbus Farmer's Market parking lot with shuttles to the main entrance of the Fairgrounds. Continuous shuttles all day, no waiting and very little walking.

Special dedicated motorcycle parking area in close proximity to all the action. No shuttle is necessary. All bike clubs are welcome! NO COLORS, PLEASE.

Handicapped parking is located in the main parking lot.

Please note that dogs are allowed anywhere on the Fairgrounds property. You must pick up after your dog and it must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet. Note that dogs are NOT allowed in the remote parking lot or the shuttle buses.

Turn to Radio Station AM 1620 for Farm Fair traffic details.

Midway Ride Tickets

The Burlington County Farm Fair Association and Majestic Midways of York, Pennsylvania have a great bargain for families!

Prices are: 2 tickets for $3, 24 for $25, and 54 for $50.

All rides take 3, 4, or 5 tickets.



New in the Midway 2017: Muchkinland  for children 42" tall and under with a play port for children under 36" tall.

Midway & Fair hours of operation:

  • Tuesday - 4:00pm to 11pm
  • Wednesday - 4:00pm to 11pm
  • Thursday - 4:00pm to 11pm
  • Friday - 4:00pm to 11pm
  • Saturday - 2pm to 11pm

About the Burlington County Farm Fair Association

The Burlington County Farm Fair, Inc. is a non-profit organization. Our mission is to promote agriculture, social life, and youth as well as educating the general public by conducting a yearly agricultural fair with exhibits, livestock, and farm products. Located at the Burlington County Fairgrounds, the fair offers a variety of activities to the 10s of thousands of visitors that attend each year.

Horses, cows, rabbits, chickens, sheep, goats and other animals are on display each day. Most of these are shown by 4-H members who hope their project animal will win a blue ribbon.

On Friday the area dairy farmers compete in a large dairy cow show. Visitors can also watch dairy cows being milked.

Daily horse shows, open to the public, are also a major attraction.

Old steam engines and antique farm equipment bring back memories for many. A very popular attraction is the tractor pull in a dedicated tractor pull arena.

Children can participate in becoming a Farmer for a Day in a special exhibit.

There are many more things to see and do at the Burlington County Farm Fair! Come on down and have some fun!

Animal Health Rules

This year's animal health rules, regulations, and forms: