What is the Worcester County Fair

Fairs are true community events, celebrating the fruits of harvest, handiwork of local artisans and of course, the prowess of farmers in raising crops and livestock of blue-ribbon quality. The Worcester County Fair is steeped in tradition, dating back to its start in 1963. For over 60 years, the fair has been held  and continues to have a strong showing each year. 

The Nature

From the Nature Trails of the Pocomoke Forest to the beaches of Asseteague Island Nature is all around you in Worcester County.

The Work

Farming and agriculture have been a huge part of the history of Worcester County with local communities being a focal point for prosperity and betterment. 

The People

The down home feel of the rural communities and the uptown life of busy city streets find a mixture of people in Worcester County from all walks of life.

The Fun

Biking and fishing, dancing and song, so many things to experience from Worcester County and its many facets.

What we want to Accomplish Always Learning and Always Growing

Thanks must be given to those organizations that propel our communities into the next generation. 4-H and the FFA have been invaluable to our combined mission to further the education and mindsets of our newest generations into a new age.


4‑H is America’s largest youth development organization—empowering nearly six million young people with the skills to lead for a lifetime.

National FFA Organization

FFA is a dynamic youth organization that changes lives and prepares members for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

REACH US Directions and Contact Information

6022 Public Landing Rd, Snow Hill, MD 21863

Worcester County Recreation Center
Phone: 410-632-2144
Event Coordinator: Jacob Stephens 410-632-2144 ext. 2521
Email: [email protected]