The War Eagle Fair began in 1954. It was started as a way for Ozark's crafting community to display their works and it continues today over 60 years later with the same idea. With more than 250 booths of all handcrafted products displayed by their creators, the War Eagle Fair takes place along the banks of the War Eagle River. A beautiful Fall setting of changing leaves makes the perfect weekend get away experience for you and your family. All products on display at the War Eagle Fair are hand-crafted and exhibited by their creators. You will find pottery, fabric, folk-art, jewelry, baby items, leather, art and much, much more.
The War Eagle Fair is sponsored by the Ozark Arts & Crafts Fair Association, a non-profit organization. The OACF board of directors strives to create and continue interest in the traditions of arts and crafts.
Admission is free and Parking is $5/car.