A Benton County Tradition for more than 60 years opens its gates! More than 200 vendors are out at the War Eagle Craft Fair.
The fair takes place along the banks of the War Eagle River in Benton County. You can find handmade items like folk art, watercolor and oil paintings, bird houses, and more. Items you see are made by professional craft men and women who come to the craft fair from across the United States. Fair coordinators expect more than 125,000 visitors over the four days of the event.
If you’re interested in going, admission is free. However, parking will cost you three-dollars per vehicle. No pets are allowed except service animals. If you do happen to find something you’d like to take home, there’s a loading area up front.
The fair is open Thursday through Saturday from eight to five and on Sunday from eight until four.
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