Placer County Fair

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800 All America City Boulevard, Roseville, CA, 95678

Placer County Fair is an adult camping community located near the beautiful and bustling California town of Sacramento and is the perfect place for a relaxing yet adventurous outdoor vacation. Whether you love museums and craft foods, to wide, open spaces, you're certain to have an epic vacation while at this park. 


Amenities and Activities

RVers can expect excellent activities near the campground. Some traveler favorites include: golfing, hiking, biking, river rafting, boating and fishing. Amenities onsite include: water, sewer and electricity.


Visitors can expect great west coast attractions such as:

- Folsom Lake

- Mulvaney's B&L

- Effie Yeaw Nature Center

- Lucca Restaurant & Bar

- California State Railroad Museum

- Sutter's Fort

- Fairytale Town

- The Kitchen Restaurant

- Aerospace Museum of California

- Old Sacramento Historic District

- Seasons 52


Travelers at the park can take advantage of fun local activities and attractions, not to mention dozens of city parks to enjoy local spaces and soak in the beautiful west coast terrain. Be sure to reserve your site early, and we hope to see you soon! 

Last Updated: 10/25/2019

Water Hookups

Dump Station

Sewer Hookups

30 Amps

800 All America City Boulevard, Roseville, CA, 95678
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Overall Rating: 4.0

Davina Bruno

The entertainment at the Placer County Fair is always super fun! My husband and I usually bring our nieces and nephews and they particularly enjoy the circus imagination section where the performers dress up the kids and play make believe. It's pretty fun to watch. The Nevada Gun Fighters Theatre Group is another favorite for sure. Their shows are so cool to watch and I like how they always stress gun safety. We also make sure to catch the hypnotist and car races. Overall the fair caters to literally everyone of all ages! There's an RV park pretty close by the fairgrounds that have full hookups at 20 of the sites; it's also a huge plus that the park is super close to a bunch of facilities and stores so whenever we get tired of fair food, we're never too far from a few good watering holes. The sites are pet-friendly and clean, but it is first-come-first-serve, so just get there early and be sure to do as much as you can at the fair! - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group