The Grady County Fairgrounds, a Works Progress Administration (WPA) project originally constructed in 1939, received a complete renovation in 2000. The Grady County Fairgrounds has a wide heritage including being utilized for a Prisoner of War Camp during World War II.
Since renovation, the fairgrounds have evolved into a multi-purpose event center and a tourism destination point. The facility is host to thousands of events, including rodeos, performance horse shows, dog shows, concerts, roping events, cutting horse and team penning events, livestock shows, numerous local and statewide educational events, sports activities and the largest antique car swap meet in the nation. All buildings are conveniently located and connected with covered breezeways; eliminating weather issues. It has big family amenities surrounded by small town charm.