Clark County Today’s Andi Schwartz captures photos and video of the Tuff Trucks during a trip to the fair with her family on Saturday
As the 2022 Clark County Fair neared the end of its 10-day run Sunday, area residents and visitors flocked to the Clark County Fairgrounds for the final weekend of events and activities.
The Clark County Fair was canceled by officials in each of the past two years due to the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, this year’s event was themed to be “Worth The Wait.’’
One of the most popular attractions in the final weekend of this year’s Clark County Fair was the Tuff Trucks racing and demolition.
Clark County Today’s Andi Schwartz captured photos and video of the Tuff Trucks during a trip to the fair with her family on Saturday.
Tuff Truck Competition • 2:00 p.m. Show
Clark County Fairgrounds • Ridgefield, Washington
Video by Andi Schwartz
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