We offer both indoor and outdoor event rentals, as well as our limited business-incubator shops in Dalton City


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Event Rentals

The Fair is happy to work with you on hosting any kind of event you have in mind. Rentals can be as simple as a part or game on the grounds to a grand wedding or conference in the Hall. Call the Fair staff today to discuss your event at the Fairgrounds!

Harriett Hall is 7,000 square feet, including 5,000 square feet of open meeting space with acoustic treatments and portable room dividers; a “break-out” room complete with new furnishings; a commercial kitchen, and ADA-compliant restrooms. The Hall can be transformed into a banquet room, with seating for up to 300. Meeting technology includes high-speed wireless Internet, audio visual equipment and screens, PA system, and comfortable seating at tables. Harriett Hall is an excellent space for meetings, small trade shows, movies or dinner theater, concerts, dances, wedding receptions, and more.

Download the Fair Facilities- Rental Application Packet

Please contact us for rates and availability. 907-766-2476, or

Dalton City

Dalton City, part of the set of the 1991 Disney movie White Fang, was moved from the banks of the Chilkat River to the fairgrounds in 1992. The individual units are rented to small businesses and artists, and the set, with it’s faux-Gold Rush era buildings connected by wooden boardwalk, remains a tourist attraction. The Fair hosts many events through the year–the Great Alaska Craft Beer and Home Brew Festival, the Community King Salmon Barbecue, and Fair contests such as the Fisherman’s Rodeo, on White Fang Way, the set’s central avenue.


To apply for a rental unit in Dalton City, please download and complete the Dalton City Rental Application , and submit along with a written proposal describing your intended use of the rental. Email to: Applications are considered current and will be kept on file for one year from the date of submission. There is no waitlist, nor guarantee of future tenancy.

Selection Process is competitive. Vacancies in Dalton City will be advertised on this website; in the Chilkat Valley News; and on free local classifieds. Current applications and those received by the advertised deadline will be considered by a selection committee of the Fair’s Board of Directors. Criteria include, but are not limited to, active use as business or studio; viability of proposal; alignment with the Fair’s organizational mission and role in the community, and overall contribution to the vibrancy of Dalton City and the Fairgrounds.

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