LaGrange Engine Club Annual Engine Show
Camping with hookups is available on the grounds during the show.
|CAMPING IS ALLOWED : Wednesday Night thru Sunday Night (Campers are not permitted on the grounds before 5Pm Wednesday)|
Campers, displays and equipment are not permitted on the fairgrounds before 5:00 pm Wednesday. This also applies to marking off camping and display spaces. Upon entering the fairgrounds, all campers must have the owners name, address and phone # visible from the outside of the camper. This rule applies to all campers, regardless of whether you are dropping off your camper or you are camping before the show begins. Any camper without this information is subject to immediate removal.
|RESERVATIONS:||The Engine Club does not accept reservations for camping. Campers in the engine area must have a display. If you are not familiar with the show please check with one of the officials before setting up in the engine area. The club reserves the right to move anyone setup in this area. There is a large camp ground with hookups on the West side of the fairgrounds. We encourage use of this area because there is plenty of room & it reduces conjestion in the main display area|
|CAMPING FEE:||$10.00 per night. This charge applies for every night the camper is on the grounds wether it is occupied or not. Camping fee is paid at the registration table in building 23 during normal registration hours. Please put the camping registration card in the window of your camper where it can be easily seen.|
|CONTACT:||Chris Farnsworth (440) 225-3336 Please Call after 5:00 PM|
|ELECTRICITY & WATER:||Electricity and water are available in the two camping areas. They are not available on most spaces by displays and flea market spaces. There is no additional charge for electricity, and no discount if it is not available.|
|Sewer :||There are no dump stations or sewer hookups on the fair grounds. There is a dump station at Findley State Park on SR 58 south of Town.|
|RULES AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
The Lagrange Engine Club has defined a camper as “any motor home, trailer, truck camper, or tent with a capacity for three or more people.” This means the only people who do not pay to stay overnight are people sleeping in their
car/truck or someone in a very small tent.