Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Who can attend the field trips?
A. Any public, private or home school grades PK – High School can attend the field trip.
Q. What are the field trip dates?
A. The field trip dates are Sept. 4 – 26, Wednesdays– Fridays (closed Mondays & Tuesdays & Wed., Sept. 3).
Q. What are the field trip hours?
A. The gates open at 9 a.m. for the field trips. All participants must be here before noon to be admitted to the Fair. Once on grounds you can stay as long as you would like. Please note all vendors, shopping and the carnival will be closed until the Fair opens at noon.
Q. How many times can my class/home school student attend the Fair?
A. Each classroom or home school student may attend the Fair no more than 3 times.
Q. How much does it cost?
A. Parking and admission are free to every participant unless you are bringing more than 2 adults per 1 child, then you must pay full price adult admission for the extra adults. Transportation to the Fair is not covered.
Q. Where is parking?
A. Parking for all buses and accompanying vehicles (parents/chaperones) is at Gate 17 off of McKinley Avenue. Parking for any other vehicles (non-buses) is at Gate 9 off of White Avenue.
Q. What do I need to bring with me the day of my field trip?
A. The only thing you must bring to the Fair on your field trip date is your email confirmation that you should have received after you signed up.
Q. Is there lunch storage?
A. Lunch storage is not available.
Q. How many chaperones can I bring?
A. You can bring no more than 2 chaperones per 1 child. Any additional chaperones will be asked to buy a full price adult admission ticket.
Q. What field trip material does the Fair provide?
A. The Fair provides curriculum, maps, free milk coupons and scavenger hunt sheets.
- Shanell Fuquay
- Community Relations Coordinator
- 1101 West McKinley Ave.
- Fairplex, CA 91768
- Phone: (909) 865-4075
- Email: email@example.com
“The students and parents are so appreciative and look forward it this trip every year! Many would not be able to go but for your generosity!” La Merced Elementary, Phil Tenorio
“So much to see. I love going each year! Thank you so much for this opportunity.” El Camino School, Cynthia Nichols
“Loved the fact that the kids got to go in before the general public. This was our first time visiting the fair as a school and we were very impressed. Can’t think of a thing to make it better.” Castle Rock Elementary, Nicole Rodgers