Supplemental Vendor Information

Important Vendor Links:

  • Vendor Packet - 2023
  • Wisconsin Temporary Event Operator and Seller Information - 2023

Fair Hours:

The Waupaca County Fair Commercial Exhibit Building will be open to the public Wednesday through Sunday. Each exhibitor is strongly encouraged to keep at least one attendant in their booth during all designated times except for restroom or lunch breaks. The fair cannot be held responsible for any theft, damage, vandalism, or any activity causing loss to the exhibitor. Commercial building hours will be 12:00p - 9:00p on Wednesday, 10:00a to 9:00p Thursday through Saturday and 10:00a to 6:00p on Sunday. The fairgrounds will be open from 10:00am – close each day. Hours are subject to change at the discretion of the Waupaca County Fair manager.


All attempts will be made to provide power as requested. Please be patient – an electrician will be available to assist you (with advanced notice) and will check on all of your hookups for safety and code. Please bring the proper power cords/extension cords and outlet ends to cover your specific needs. Most outdoor pedestals have one 50 amp, one 30 amp and two 110 outlets. Please plan accordingly.


Soft Drinks, Bottled Water and Ice - Waupaca County Fair doesn’t have contract for beverage this year. Each vendor is responsible for soda and water. Ice will be available on grounds to buy. Waupaca County Fair has exclusive right for alcoholic beverages.

Potable Water, Gray Water and Cooking Oil Disposal:

Bring water hose and containers for cleaning your utensils, etc. Be sure to bring enough food-grade hose and splitters for any circumstances! All food vendors must dispose of gray water and used cooking oil at specially designated locations and in the designated containers only. You will be given the disposal locations at check-in. No gray water or used cooking oil may be disposed of in any other way and violators of this rule are subject to removal from the event and payment of all related costs in the clean-up of contaminated areas.

Trash Receptacles:

All vendors are responsible for keeping their areas clean and free of trash. Please bring trash bags along and use them as needed. Make sure you have plenty of trash receptacles near your area, and replace garbage liners as needed. Filled trash bags should be put in the appropriate dumpsters located throughout the grounds. Trash pick-ups will be made as often as possible during the day. Please keep the area around your vendor space clean at all times!

Admission Tickets:

All vendors will receive 10 daily passes with the option to purchase additional daily passes at $5.00 The WCF reserves the right to limit the number of weekly and daily passes. The additional passes can only be purchased until NOON on Wednesday August 23, 2023. After NOON the gate admission prices will be charged. No one will be allowed to enter the Waupaca County Fair without a daily pass.

Service Vehicles/Golf Carts:

Only vehicles absolutely needed to hold inventory will be allowed to remain in the designated area during normal operating hours. Vehicles used for overnight accommodations will be allowed only in the designated camping area in the fairgrounds, and will be assessed an overnight fee equal to that charged in our overnight stay area.
Vehicles, including golf carts or any type of ATV/UTV, will be allowed on the grounds from 5a-9a daily, unless prior written approval from the WCF.

Safety, Fire and Health Codes:

The exhibitor must comply with all safety, fire, and health ordinances and laws of the City of Weyauwega, County of Waupaca, the State of Wisconsin, and the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection and the Markets of the State of Wisconsin. Food vendors must comply with appropriate ansul systems according to NFPA regulations and will be inspected by Weyauwega Fire Department Inspectors. Failure to comply will result in the shutdown of your food stand for safety reasons!


Exhibitors must provide a certificate of liability insurance, worker’s compensation insurance (if you have hired employees) and list the Waupaca County Fair as an additional insured and certificate holder. The fair will not be liable for any damage or loss to exhibitors’ property through theft, fire, accident, or any other cause. Exhibitors must insure their own exhibit and materials. A current certificate of insurance must be provided before any setup is allowed – no exceptions!

Please see review your contract and additional information, rules and regulations you received.
Items are subject to change at the discretion of the Waupaca County Fair and management staff.

Thank you!