Clinton County Corn Festival celebrates the area’s agricultural heritage with this three-day extravaganza. The festival is held the first weekend after Labor Day at the Clinton County Fairgrounds and is organized by The Antique Power Club of Clinton County.
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About the Clinton County Corn Festival
With a strong nod to all things agricultural, the Clinton County Corn Festival is a weekend full of fun activities and events.
- Kid Train
- Expo Center
- Quilt Barn
- Craft, Antique, Swap Meet, and Flea Market barns
- Tractors, Engines, and Car shows
- Petting Zoo
Some of the events held here are skillet and rolling pin tosses, cross-cut saw competitions, and live music almost continuously.
If you want to be a bit more involved, you can get a team together and enter the highlight of the Festival - The Corn Olympics on Friday night! This event challenges the teams to construct a themed outhouse, then there is the Outhouse Parade, followed by the Outhouse Race.
The teams then participate in a Log Walk, a Tricycle Race, a Toilet Seat Toss and Hog Call, and a two-part obstacle race.
The website has a lot of information about the Corn Olympics and how to participate.
There will be over 20 local non-profit food vendors on site – chicken and noodles, corn on the cob, pork and steak sandwiches, ice cream, and many other delights!
There is a small charge for admission and a weekend pass is available. Parking is free.
- Friday: 11am to 10pm
- Saturday: 9am to 10pm
- Sunday: 9am to 5pm
Camping is available on the grounds, there is information available on the cost and the camping rules.
Where is Clinton County Corn Festival Located?
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