Calaveras County Fair & Jumping Frog Jubilee
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This is a good old fashioned county fair and includes a live stock auction, demolition derby, cotton candy and the rides that go with it.
The Calaveras County Fair & Jumping Frog Jubilee features the famous jumping frog competition, inspired by Mark Twain's story: The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras, and takes place over 4 days on the third weekend in May. It is also the longest running county fair in California.
The Jubilee - held each year in May is a MUST experience. Its county fair, rodeo, jumping frog contest (no kidding!), and fireworks in the eve ning. When my youngest Joe was only 4-5 years old, he participated in the jumping frog contest (he borrowed one from the tub of water) and had a ball..…
Held the 3rd weekend every May. One of the longest running events in California dating back to 1893. This is a treasure of an old county fair where you can experience the Frog Jump made world famous by Mark Twain. There's yummy food, carnival rides, live music, exhibits, livestock and a rodeo. …
The Calaveras County Fair & Jumping Frog Jubilee features the famous jumping frog competition, and takes place over 4 days on the third weekend in May. It's the longest running county fair in California, and great for good old fashion county fair fun.
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