Direct Shuttle Service to Fresno Fair For Free
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The Big Fresno Fair has teamed up with Clovis transit to provide a direct shuttle to and from the fair, and it is free.
Saturday and Sunday and next weekend from 9:40 a.m. to 11 p.m. a driver will pick people up at the trading post shopping center at the corner of Herndon and Clovis and take them to the fairgrounds. Shuttle pickups and drop-offs take place every 30 minutes.
For information visit: www.fresnofair.com/free-park-ride-shuttles
The Big Fresno Fair Press Release
Parking & Shuttle Services
The Big Fresno Fair Focuses on Making the Trip to the Fair
More Convenient for Patrons!
Free Park & Ride Shuttle:
Save money & gas, ride to the Fair for FREE as part of the Park & Ride Shuttle Program! The Big Fresno Fair has once again partnered with Clovis Transit to provide a direct shuttle to the Fair for FREE. Service will be provided to and from the Fairgrounds from the Trading Post Shopping Center on the corner of Herndon & Clovis on Saturday's and Sunday's from 9:40 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Shuttles pick up and drop off every 30 minutes. Shuttle stops will be marked with signage, and a schedule reminding patrons of operating hours will also be on display. All shuttles pick up at the Roundup Bus Stop on Herdon Avenue in front of Burger King. All shuttles drop off at the Westamerica Bank Gate Entrance on Chance Avenue.
Premier Chance Avenue Lot............$12.00
Butler Avenue & Infield Lots............$8.00 Preferred /$5.00 General
Maple/Butler Lot..........................$5.00 General Only
Friends of the Fair Shuttles provide transportation to and from the Maple/Butler Parking Lot to the Butler Avenue gate entrance continuously each day of the Fair. Service is provided at no charge to patrons.
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