Oct. 12-23, 2022

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Accessibility

Accessible Services

Stroller, Wagon, Wheelchair and Handicap Scooter rentals are available at the South Gate. A deposit is required with each rental.

Strollers  

$15 – All Day

$15 deposit – refunded if returned on time.

Wheelchairs

$20 – All Day

$20 deposit + government issued ID – deposit refunded if returned on time.

Scooters 

$55 – All Day

$20 deposit + government issued ID – deposit refunded if returned on time.

Courtesy call 30 minutes before item is due to be returned.

Service Animals are welcome throughout the facility. Pets are not permitted.

What is a service animal?

A dog or miniature horse individually trained to help someone with a disability. Emotional support animals are not service animals.

Do I need proof that my animal is a service animal?

No. You don’t need proof that your animal is a service animal, and you don’t need to describe your disability. We may ask the following questions:

  • Is the animal a service animal required because of a disability?
  • What work or task(s) was the service animal trained to do?


Can my service animal go on rides?

We do not currently allow service animals on rides.

Guests with a state disability placard or license plate may park in the designated area in Lexington Medical Center Fair Park on a first-come, first-serve basis. Entry to Lexington Medical Center Fair Park is through Gate 6 on George Rogers Blvd. or Gate 10 on Bluff Rd. 

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ADA accessible ticket booths are available at both the North and South gates.  

Wheelchair accessible stalls, built to accommodate mobility aids, are located throughout the facility. In addition, the Goodman building has a family restroom large enough to accommodate a guest in a wheelchair accompanied by an attendant. 

A first aid facility is located in the Heath Building near the rocket. 

Dedicated areas for guests with disabilities are set up for events at the Pepsi Place Stage. The space is available on a first-come, first-seated basis. 

In accordance with ADA statutes, any differently abled individual may ride any carnival ride, providing that the individual can enter and exit without the assistance of the ride operator.

Information regarding accommodations for persons with disabilities is available at Guest Services located in the Heath Building near the rocket.

10 am – 12 noon, Oct. 13, 2022

The lights and sounds of the South Carolina State Fair will be a little lower from 10 a.m.-noon on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2022, when the S.C. State Fair hosts it’s first-ever Sensory-Friendly Morning. During Sensory-Friendly Morning, the S.C. State Fair will create an environment designed with children and adults with autism or sensory processing disorders in mind.  The goal for the morning is to enable families who have a member, whether child or adult, with special needs to visit, explore and enjoy the fair.

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Exceptional Citizens Day, Thurs., Oct. 20, 2022

Free admission for persons with life-long, developmental or physical disabilities.

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