Annual Queen Creek Harvest Festival

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Event Details

The Annual Harvest Festival is a full blown carnival for kids of all ages! Rides for toddlers to teens and daring adults will be at this year's carnival for three days and nights in late October. Classic rides like the Ferris wheel, Hammer ride, Ripsaw, plus many kiddy rides can be enjoyed with the purchase of a discounted, all day unlimited ride presale wristband. Individual ride tickets and regular priced wristbands will also be for sale at the Harvest Festival carnival.

Traditional carnival games will be abundant when you're ready to look for a break from the rides. you can walk away with stuffed prizes or even live goldfish. If games aren't for you, there are always plenty of concession stands for food and a place to sit, you can feast on corn dogs, cotton candy, and even funnel cake with the convenience of staying close to home.

This year's fair will offer an added attraction of an Exposition area. Talented local artists and vendors will bring "Queen Creek" under one roof available for all to take part.

Annual Queen Creek Harvest Festival

Address : 431 W. Ocotillo Road - half miles west of Ironwood Drive. Queen Creek AZ
Phone : 480-677-2729   (Always call and confirm events.)

Admission Fee : Free admission & parking; fee for rides, games, and food. Presale wristbands available online, $17; at gate, $25. Alcohol-free.


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