Information for Guests with Disabilities

The Arizona State Fair is happy to provide accommodations throughout the buildings and grounds for the benefit of our guests with disabilities. This information has been prepared to assist you in planning your visit and to ensure your stay with us is as pleasant as possible.

Please feel free to request additional assistance at any time from a Customer Service Representative (CSR) or any other Arizona State Fair crew member.

The Arizona State Fair complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Individuals with disabilities can request reasonable accommodations by calling 602-252-6771.

ATMs – All ATMs are accessible to guests using wheelchairs. ATMs with Braille are offered.

Booths – Most food and game booths provide accessibility to guests with disabilities. We encourage you to request any additional assistance you may require.

Concerts at Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum – Guests with disabilities may enter Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum concerts from the West Doors. A wheelchair ramp is available at the West Doors on the right hand side of the stairway.

First Aid – A First Aid Station staffed with Emergency Medical Technicians is located by Security at the southwest corner of the Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum.

Outdoor Performances – Audience areas at all outside stages accommodate guests using wheelchairs. Seating is available until filled. Any performer needing to gain access to the stage should indicate this on their Performance Application.

Parking – Parking for guests with disabilities is available for $10 in our North Parking Lot, with placard or permanent license.

Programs – Guests may request a large print program or an audio guide to the Arizona State Fair. 48 hours notice is required. Please call 602-252-6771.

Rides – For specific information regarding individual needs, please see the RCS Guest Services located near the southwest corner of the Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum. Guests with disabilities must meet all age, height, and weight requirements for each attraction as posted at the entrance to the attraction. Accessibility may vary depending upon special conditions. Guests with casts, stitches, or who have undergone recent surgery are requested to ask about any limitations that may apply. Please ask for assistance from ride operators at each ride when evaluating ability to load, ride, and unload. For the safety of our guests, employees, and the Arizona State Fair, we reserve the right to make the final decision regarding ride eligibility.

Restrooms – Accessible restrooms are located under the Grandstand at the north and south ends, north of the Shopping Pavilion, at the Wesley Bolin Building, at the Agriculture Center, in the Veteran Memorial Coliseum’s upper and lower levels, outside the southeast corner of the Veteran Memorial Coliseum, and at the Cattle Barns.

TTY Phone – A TTY phone is located in the Support Center located in the Executive Offices on the west side of the Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum.

AZ State Fair Wheelchair Stroller or Wagon Rental

Only Available during Fair Dates and Hours of Operation.

Az state Fair Scootaround

Rent a Scooter or Wheelchair for the Arizona State Fair
Call Scootaround toll-free 888-441-7575 or visit us online to book your scooter or wheelchair in advance!

Equipment Daily Rates
Scooter $55
Wheelchair $25
Stroller $10
Wagon $15

Scootaround Rental Booth Locations:
Booth 1: Entrance on Monte Vista Rd
Booth 2: Entrance on Encanto
Booth 3: Entrance on 19 th Avenue
Both 4: McDowell Cattle Barns Entrance/Exit

Booth Schedules
W-Thur: 12 Noon to 9p
Friday: 12 Noon to 10p
Sat: 11am-10p
Sun: 11 am-9p