Whether you have questions about attending an event at Wisconsin State Fair Park, are looking for to rent a facility for your own event or are interested in staying at the RV Park, check out the FAQs below for answers to frequently asked questions.
Yes, there are coin-operated washing machines and dryers available to guests in the RV Park Office.
Yes, restrooms and showers are available on site for guests in the RV Park Office.
Yes. Storage is available from October 1 through April 30 for $60 per month.
Only dry campsites are available for the public during the Wisconsin State Fair. If a site with utilities is needed, please contact the RV Park Office to be put on a waiting list.
No, campsites numbers are subject to change and are based on availability.
Please check with Show Management to see what decorator your event is using.
Vehicle parking passes are only needed during special events such as the Wisconsin State Fair.
Not at this time.
Yes! The dump station costs $10 per use.
Yes. The propane station is available during office hours and costs $4.25 per gallon. The filling station is able to fill both tanks and RVs.
No, but we do have daily and monthly rates.
The RV Park is 6 miles from Henry Maier Festival Park.
The RV Park is 1.7 miles away from Miller Park.
The ACF is managed by an executive team of hospital administrators who are employees of the Wisconsin Department of Administration.
The facility does has the capability to be scaled up to more than 500 beds, should they be needed.
Guests are allowed one vehicle in addition to their camping unit. A second vehicle may be allowed if it fits within the campsite.
Parking is $6 per vehicle per entry and $3 per motorcycle per entry. Multi-entry passes are available for purchase for $9 each.
The State of Wisconsin are recruiting healthcare professionals to staff the facility, which will be ready to receive patients the week of April 20. Interested health care workers, including those who have recently retired, need to apply through the website, Wisconsin Emergency Assistance Volunteer Registry (WEAVR) to learn more about the types of clinicians and other roles that are needed.
Please note that although the WEAVR system is designed to primarily recruit volunteers on a state-wide basis, this is also the portal that health care professionals – both active and retired – should use if interested in PAID positions at the ACF.
The Wisconsin State Fair Park is not hiring for the Alternative Care Facility.
Deliveries are only accepted during move-in and show dates of an event. For events at the Exposition Center, packages must be labeled in the following manner:
Vendor Name + Booth #
Vendor Phone Number
8200 W. Greenfield Ave.
West Allis, WI 53214
For events at any other location at the Fair Park, please use the following:
640 S. 84th St.
West Allis, WI 53214
Please check with Show Management to see if parking passes are available.
Thank you for your interest in hosting an event at the Wisconsin State Fair Park!
Please take a moment to fill out the New Client Application Form. Completed forms can be emailed to email@example.com or faxed to 414.266.7119. Our sales team will then review your application and contact you within five (5) business days.
Yes, electricity is included in the rates for full service sites, electric and water sites, and electric only sites.
No, there is currently not an ATM on site.
Free WiFi is available in the RV Park Office.
Unfortunately, we currently do not offer free WiFi. If you require a secure or constant connection, please see Exhibitor Services to get a hard-line connection or for more information. One device permitted her hard-line connection.
The 2020 Fair will take place August 6 – 16.
Cash, check and major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express) are all accepted.
In Wisconsin and across the country, cases of COVID-19 infections continue to spread, placing stress on hospitals’ capacity to care for a surge in COVID-19 patients.
State Fair Park was chosen as a location for an Alternate Care Facility (ACF), to care for COVID-19 patients should there be insufficient hospital capacity in southeastern Wisconsin in the weeks ahead.
It is important that everyone continue to stay at home, practice social distancing and all the safety measures necessary to keep the COVID-19 spread from progressing. The need for and use of the Alternative Care Facility will largely be dependent on the rate of infection in our community.
Check-in is at 2 pm.
Check-out is at Noon.
As with all healthcare facilities, the staff and security will work together to protect the health and safety of the surrounding neighborhoods.
State Fair Park has its own police force and public safety department that will assist with security, along with assistance from other local law enforcement agencies if needed.
Residents of the surrounding neighborhoods are encouraged to follow state and local guidance to stay at home. Staying home saves lives and reducing physical contact with others is the most effective way to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Please contact Show Management or your Event Manager for drop-off availability and information.
The Hank Aaron Trail runs along the south side of the RV Park. Access to the trail entrance is located on South 76th Street.
Patients will be referred to the facility from a healthcare provider and transported as needed. Traffic congestion is not anticipated, and will be managed by law enforcement, just as it is during all events at State Fair Park.
The Army Corps of Engineers conducted an analysis of the site at State Fair Park and retrofit the Exposition Center to support medical care. The Army Corps of Engineers selected Gilbane as the General Contractor on the project. Many local subcontractors are also involved.
Construction is complete and the facility can accept patients if necessary.
State Fair Park provides an optimal location for this space considering its ease of access, abundant parking, and central location near several hospitals.
The Wisconsin State Fair is still scheduled to take place August 6-16. However, if this changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic and/or the need for the Alternative Care Facility to remain at State Fair Park into the summer months, State Fair Park officials will notify the public and media.