Welcome to Enumclaw Expo & Event Center
ENUMCLAW EXPO & EVENT CENTER HISTORY
COVID 19 STATEMENT - updated June 4, 2020
The EXPO Grounds & Offices are closed to the public,
until further notice. Appointments may be made with staff on a case-by-case basis. Field House showings will begin when Phase 1.5 is approved. Showings only available to two people per scheduled showing. RV Park is open for camping, however,
access to RV restrooms and showers are closed until further notice.
The Enumclaw Expo Center (formerly the King County Fairgrounds) was transferred from King County to the City of Enumclaw in 2006. Beginning July 1, 2015, a transfer was again made to a newly established Non-Profit Organization, Enumclaw Expo and Events Association. The Expo Center is comprised of 72 acres with a variety of multi-use buildings, grass midways, parking lots and arenas that are versatile enough to accommodate most any event. Our friendly staff, reasonable prices and beautiful location has drawn many events to our venue. Annual attendance at the Expo Center welcomes over 180,000 people per year from events that range from weddings to concerts and dog shows to motorcycle rallies. Our two largest buildings (cool fact: the buildings were used in the 1963 Seattle Worlds Fair and ELVIS walked through the buildings), were dismantled, after the fair, trucked to Enumclaw and reassembled to use as exhibit halls
The Expo Center is home to several large events including the Enumclaw Wine & Chocolate Festival, King County Fair, Seattle Scottish Highland Games and Clan Gathering, Olympic Kennel Club Dog Show, Enumclaw Pro-Rodeo, 100.7 Throwdown, 99.9 Redfest and the Enumclaw Festival of Crafts and Gifts.
It is the mission and purpose of the Enumclaw Expo & Event Center and King County Fair to serve communities in King and Pierce County by providing an event center to entertain and educate.