All vehicles entering the grounds for an event will be charged a $10 fee. There are no in & out privileges. If a vehicle leaves during the day they will have to pay an additional $10 upon re-entry.
Accessible parking is along the curb on the main street on the west side of the building.
Small/Storage Trailer Parking
You may drop your trailer in the NW corner of the infield. Access to the infield is via a tunnel at the east end of the infield. It is suggested that you lock the trailer while parked there.
Please see the attached map for your convenience.
NAFA has no control over parking regulations at the fairgrounds and must abide by the fairground rules in place for all events.
Your camping/parking receipt will be your ticket to get in and out of the Fairgrounds. To avoid paying additional entry fees, please place your RV camping/parking receipt on your dashboard or show it to the person collecting money at the gate when re-entering.
Please visit our RV page for more details.
Length of racing days cannot be predicted until after the closing date. It is a fairly safe bet to say that racing and subsequent awards will run late on Sunday. Please plan for a late departure or plan on staying overnight and heading home on Monday morning.
2023 CanAm Classic Judges
- Dave Collett – Region 21 – Championship Judge
- Steve Heine – Region 6/16
- Carl Dingee – Region 10
- Tim McElligott – Region 2/13
- Paula Johnson – Region 2
- Amy Stewart – Region 9
- Joan Weesies – Region 11
Flyball Competitors Selling Items
No vending is allowed outside of the official vending area. If you are willing to share a booth with another flyball competitor that also has something to sell, contact Cindy Henderson and she will try to match up those wishing to share.
Anyone who puts up any structure with a roof in their crating area (e.g., EZUp) must provide a fire extinguisher per fire code.
“In Case of Emergency” Information
- Fairgrounds emergency Call Fairgrounds Security at 317-927-7520
- LaQuinta at E 21st street — canine emergency directions!
- North/Northwest of Fairgrounds — canine emergency directions!
- Southeast of Fairgrounds (Red Roof Inn South) — canine emergency directions!
- Any hotels in Fisher — canine emergency directions!
Are there food and drink policies at the fairgrounds?
Pepsi is a major sponsor at the Fairgrounds. Therefore, our facility contract states that no Coke products are allowed inside of the building. Please adhere to these policies. Food at the Concession stand will be available for purchase. You may bring in your own snack items. Catering in food is not allowed.
Is there a Wi-Fi spot within the fairgrounds?
Is there power available for our crating areas?
Electrical outlets are available for use on poles throughout the building. Extension cords might be needed so pack some just in case. Please bring tape to tape down cords preventing tripping hazards.
Will mat/training time in the rings be offered each night?
We anticipate having mat time available after awards on Friday and Saturday evenings; however, it is not guaranteed. An announcement regarding mat time will be made during awards.