Get ready for a fall filled with entertaining rides, animals, games, performances, and the smells of fried food and cotton candy filling in the air.

Fairs have always been exciting seasonal events in New Hampshire, and some have been beloved community staples for over a century. Whether you're bringing the kids, a significant other, or a group of friends or coworkers, you're bound to have a great time.

What's your favorite part about fairs? Is it the rides?

Ferris Wheel at Sunset with electric lights and carnival games and Rides in Image Purple and Pink Sunset
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How about the animals?

 

Do you like snacking on carnival food like pizza, hotdogs, or ice cream while you walk around? Yes, they're not the healthiest, but come on. You gotta treat yourself sometimes. And besides, warm soft pretzels can look quite enticing...as long as you don't indulge in one right before going on spinning rides.

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Whatever you're looking forward to most, we've got some good news. The New Hampshire Fair Schedule for 2022 is here thanks to The NH Fairs Association, and we couldn't be more excited.

You can check out this convenient map of the different locations below. Some of these fairs took place earlier in the summer, but rest assured, the majority of them are still to come, and there's plenty of fun things in store.

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So, get ready to mark those calendars, and let's take a look at these six remaining fairs and when you'll be able to pay them a visit during the months of September and October.

Here's Your New Hampshire 2022 Fair Schedule

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