2022 New Hampshire Fair Calendar Now Available

Get ready for a summer and fall filled with fun rides, animals, games, shows and the smell of frying and cotton candy in the air.

Fairs have always been exciting seasonal events in New Hampshire, and some have been a community staple for over a century. Whether you bring the kids, a significant other, or a group of friends or co-workers, you’ll have a fun time.

What do you like best at fairs? Is it the rides?

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And the animals?

Do you like snacking on carnival food while you walk around, like pizza, hot dogs, or ice cream? Sure, they’re not the healthiest, but come on. You have to have fun sometimes. And besides, soft and warm pretzels can look very mouth-watering…as long as you don’t get tempted right before doing tricks.

Carnival Food Concession Stand Sign and Amusement Park Ride

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Well, whatever you’ve been most looking forward to, we have good news. The New Hampshire Fair Schedule for 2022 has arrived thanks to The NH Fairs Association, and we couldn’t be more excited.

With the exception of the Stratham Fair, all state fairs will open to the public for an exciting 2022 season. You can check out this handy map of the various locations below.

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So get ready to mark those calendars, and let’s take a look at these 10 fairs and when you can visit them. Some will operate during the summer months of July and August, while others will be in the fall during September and October.

Here’s the 2022 New Hampshire Fairs Calendar

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