The Wisconsin Valley Fair isn't the only one wrapping things up after a long weekend of fair fun.
Oneida County Fair-goers have until 6 p.m. Sunday, and then the rides and food stands close for good until next year.
Some of the main attractions over the weekend included horse shows, live music and a dunk tank.
And for Melissa Wrycha, she and her two kids come from Tomahawk year after year for only thing, the rides.
"It's just a good time to get together with the family,” Wrycha said. “[My daughter] Abby and my son Zack, we like to go on all the rides. They really enjoy it. They've been excited about it for a couple weeks now.”
Organizers say the fair is one of the only ones in Wisconsin that doesn't have cows.
Instead, 4-H kids raise goats and miniature horses for show.
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