Fairgrounds & Sherman County Fair
Sherman County Fair Board
The Fair Board promotes and produces the annual county fair, operates and maintains the fairgrounds, promotes community pride and involvement, and promotes education and community and economic development.
The Fairgrounds are located about 1 mile from Highway 97 in Moro. Seven
citizens, appointed by the Sherman County Court, comprise the Fair Board
which employs and directs two part-time positions, and a Secretary.
The Fair Board has the exclusive management of all county property devoted to the use of the county fair
as directed in ORS 565.230.
The Sherman County Fairgrounds serves as a gathering place for the community to showcase their products and skills. It creates educational, social, cultural and economic opportunities to help preserve and promote agriculture, traditions and history that are so very important to residents of Sherman County. The Sherman County Fair strives to provide the most valuable educational and entertaining experience that resources will allow. Use of the fairgrounds is available throughout the year and serves the community by providing multi-use facilities for public and private events in a responsible manner to generate community development, economic growth and tourism development.
Directions: Highway 97 to the center of Moro. Turn east at the FAIRGROUNDS sign about a mile to the fairgrounds. Enter at the upper gate.
Sherman County Fair
66147 Lonerock Road
Moro, OR, 97039
P.O. Box 45
Wasco, OR 97065