Parking can be a real nightmare so I highly suggest you visit their web site to learn where all of the parking lots are at and take the shuttle down to the complex & expo center. Parking can cost you up to $15.00 per vehicle, depending on where you park. Vehicles that have handicap passengers who have the official handicap plaque, can find handicap parking in the parking lot right in front of the Farm Show Complex. With that said, the handicapped area fills up fast during the weekend, so try to plan your visit during a weekday.
At any given time you can find various judging competitions going on in the arenas. In addition to these competitions, you can see a rodeo too, depending on the day and time you're visiting. My husband likes to see the horse pulls and some of the cattle competitions/judging when we visit.
The food court is always packed but visiting it is well worth it! You can buy delicious baked potatoes, pork sandwiches, the famous Farm Show milkshakes, cotton candy, beef jerky, maple syrup, honey, chicken wings, fresh PA. grown produce, soft pretzels, hot dogs, pork sausages, candy, desserts and all kinds of other things!!! Every time we visit the PA. Farm Show we treat ourselves to a delicious chocolate milkshake and a baked potato. Oh my gosh, they are so good!
Visiting the annual Pennsylvania Farm Show is an activity that my family looks forward to doing every year when the PA. Farm Show is in town. If you are ever in the area or can spring for a little road trip, we highly recommend that you visit. You can learn more by visiting the Pennsylvania Farm Show official site online.
You can find information and photos from previous Pennsylvania Farm Show visits by visiting the Pennsylvania section right here on our travel blog or by visiting our Pennsylvania board over on Pinterest.