If you haven't gotten your fix of deep fried cookies or one last ride on the Ferris wheel, you're going to have to wait until next year.
Sunday night at 8 p.m. the gates will be closing on the North Florida Agricultural Fair. Crowds gathered over the past two weeks, some people mesmerized by the unique animals or thrilled by the rides.
One satisfied fairgoer recounts what really brings him back year after year.
Theotas Williams says, "I look forward to the great food the corn dogs, the funnel cakes, and the rides that's all, and spend time with the family, that's it."
The Fair manager says the beautiful weather has helped the Fair’s popularity. They have seen a 25 percent increase in attendance compared to last year.