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Clark County Fair and Rodeo

Clark County Fair and Rodeo in Logandale, Nevada next to Grant M. Bowler Elementary School is the Clark County, Nevada annual fair and rodeo. It is usually held in early to mid April every year, bringing thousands of people to the small, town of Logandale. Logandale is located in Moapa Valley along with Moapa Town, and Overton. The 2008 year will be its 21st anniversary.


The fair started in Moapa Valley Fair 1965 as the Moapa Valley Fair.[1] The fair relocated to its currently Logandale site in 1988.[1]


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