The “High Energy” ride doubles as a thrill ride or a family ride as riders are able to control the spin of their ride vehicle to make it fast or slow.

The Coffee County Fair celebrated 162 years of family fun this month. Opening ceremony was held on Monday night at 5 p.m. with rides commencing until Saturday night. There were new deals for tickets every night last week including $20 hand stamp day, dollar day, two for one night and more.


Chanlyn Hurst, daughter of Jordan and Austin Hurst, right, celebrated opening ceremony at the fairgrounds with red balloon in hand given to her by Huff & Puff Trucking Inc.

The featured rides this year included flying circus, bull riding, alter ego, nemesis and many more. Other activities included Nick’s Kids Show, scheduled every afternoon this week, live music, pageants, tractor races, pet shows and animals on display at the livestock barn.


Bumper cars were a hit at this year’s Coffee County Fair. The family-friendly ride was open to all, with children able to ride with a parent if they did not exceed the height requirement.

Along with fair concessions, food booths sponsored by local organizations were also present. Many festival-goers went out to the fairground to support Wesley Heights Methodist Church, American Legion, Coffee County Rescue Squad, Grace Baptist Church and more other local groups.


Pailey Evans sets sail on a boat-themed ride during the Coffee County Fair on Monday night. Many children’s’ rides were available this year.

Visit or follow “Coffee County Fair” on Facebook for details on this year’s fair and plans for next year.

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