The Union County Fair & Expo Center is about 1/2 of a mile from Sturgis Kentucky on U.S. Hwy 60 West.
The facility is located just inside the entrance to the Sturgis Airport, which is an 800-acre facility boasting multiple landing strips.
The Union County Fairgrounds consists of 35 acres, and includes the Dr. John A. Arnold, Jr. Arena & Convention Center (see facility). There is also an officially sanctioned 1/2 mile race track complete with grandstand, plus a horse barn with 40 stalls, with a total horse stall capacity of over 75 being available. There are several multipurpose buildings on the property, which is complemented by 4 1/2 acres of paved parking.
The Union County Fair & Expo Center is proud to host the Kentucky Bike Rally each July, an event which attracts over 5,000 Harley Davidson enthusiasts from around the country.
Other annual events include the Union County Fair each June, Redneck Rumble Indoor Demolition Derby, Truck Pulls, Indoor Super Cross, multiple Horse Events. We also host the Union County High School Graduation.
The Fairgrounds are located in Union County at the Sturgis Airport off U.S. Hwy 60 West, Sturgis, Kentucky.
Physical Address: Union County Fair, 125 Pryor Blvd., Sturgis, KY 42459
From Henderson: follow Highway 60 West to the 4-way stop in Sturgis, turn left and go approximately 1 1/2 miles to the entrance to the Sturgis Airport on the left.
From Illinois: cross the Shawneetown Bridge on IL Rt. 13 and turn right onto Ky Hwy 109. Go about 13 miles to 4-way stop in Sturgis, where 109 merges with U.S. 60. Go straight for approximately 1 1/2 miles to the Sturgis Airport on the left.
From Paducah: follow U.S. 60 East through Marion and Sullivan, Kentucky. Go about 3 miles, turn right into the Sturgis Airport.
From Madisonville: take Hwy 41 A to Providence and turn left onto Hwy 670. Merge to Hwy 109 and follow through Clay and Sullivan. In Sullivan, turn right onto U.S. 60 East, go about 3 miles, and turn right into the Sturgis Airport.
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