Game Fair is an amazing family event with a plethora of activities and attractions for the entire family to enjoy in the outdoors. The variety of attractions is what keeps many going back year after year and there’s always a healthy mix of the usual favorites with the newest and latest.
Now in its 33rd year, all of them at the Armstrong Ranch Kennels in Ramsey, Game Fair is a six-day event over two weekends in August beginning August 8, 9, 10 and continuing August 15, 16 and 17. Details on the event can be found at www.GameFair.com along with printable discount coupons, dog registration forms, event schedule, and a preview video so you can take a sneak-peak before venturing forth.
Fall hunting seasons are coming soon and Game Fair is the best place to see and try the latest gear while learning from the nation’s leading experts. While it is billed as a pre-hunting event, non-hunters have plenty to see and experience. Those who are interested in becoming a hunter will enjoy the opportunities to learn from seminar speakers and exhibitors alike. The atmosphere at Game Fair is a friendly one.
The hosts of Game Fair for all 33 years are Chuck and Loral I Delaney. After a visit to England’s Game Fair in 1980, the Delaney’s decided this type of event might be a hit among the outdoorsmen and women of the Midwest. Game Fair has been the launching point for many new products, talents, and experts—it’s truly the place to be for outdoors lovers of all ages.
Some people visit Game Fair each of the six days of the event, most visit just once a year, but many make at least two trips. For one thing, there’s more than a day’s worth of action and activities to partake in. For another, many outdoors enthusiasts take advantage of the amazing deals offered by exhibitors on sporting goods and opt for a “price-scouting-visit” followed by a “purchasing-visit.”
Game Fair is a full participation event and visitors are encouraged to bring their shotgun (cased), their bow (cased), and their dog (leashed). Many visitors just prefer to watch others in action with a twice daily shooting exhibition, dog events, archery, birds of prey, and dozens of daily seminars from national outdoors experts.
Game Fair is home to over 250 exhibitors including top dog trainers, hunting guides and retailers from across North America. With dozens of Dog Clubs and Sportsman’s Clubs, Game Fair is the nation’s largest gathering of outdoor organizations.
Because it is election season, there are also a host of candidates for Governor, U.S. Senate, U.S. Representative and some local offices. The Outdoor News and Sportsmen for Change are also lining up a debate for the 2014 gubernatorial candidates to be held the second weekend of the event. Keep an eye out for more details on the date and time of the debate.
Game Fair is the only place where you can do it all. Some of the highlights of 2014 include:
Visit with Ron Schara, talk waterfowl with champion callers, hear dog training advice from nationally renowned trainers, watch the fabulous birds of prey with Frank Taylor, or just walk along the lake taking in the sights throughout the picturesque grounds.
Quench your thirst or curb your hunger at the many concession stands. Be sure to try your luck at numerous raffles and drawings for big prizes throughout the Game Fair.
The spacious woods and water of Game Fair are open rain or shine from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. August 8, 9, 10 and August 15, 16, and 17 (closing is 5 p.m. on Sundays). Game Fair is located in Ramsey at the Armstrong Ranch Kennels.
For the latest news and updates, as well as ticket giveaways, check out Game Fair on Facebook.com/GameFairUSA and on Twitter @GameFairUSA.
The Armstrong Ranch Kennels in Ramsey are set for the 32nd annual Game Fair, with tons of events, activities and attractions for the entire family . The six-day event takes place over two weekends in August beginning August 9, 10 and 11 and continuing August 16, 17 and 18. Fall hunting seasons are coming soon and Game Fair is the best place to see and try the latest gear while learning from the nation’s leading experts.
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