Fort Liberty’s annual fair kicks off May 1

By Staff Report, posted 1 month ago

The Fort Liberty Fair is back on at the Fort Liberty Fair Grounds. The Fair runs May 1-12 featuring fun and excitement for the entire family. 

“It is one of Fort Liberty’s most beloved traditions,” said Col. John Wilcox, Fort Liberty garrison commander in a press release. “You can sense the excitement while members from around the community come together to enjoy festivity, food, and fun! It is fun for all ages with carnival rides, live entertainment, and free parking, all for one low admission price.”

The fair is open to the public with gates opening at 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 1 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Daily closing time varies, based on attendance and weather. For more information on customer appreciation, and special pricing, visit the MWR Fort Liberty website here.

There is no visitor pass required to access the fairgrounds and free parking is available along Fort Liberty Boulevard across from Stryker Golf Course.

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