The Tyler County Fairgrounds is a large grassy area near the Tyler County dirt track where a fair has been set up. There are many rides, sideshow attractions, and concession stands to be found around the location.
The rides at the park include Rally Rollers (a carousel with cars), an aerial carousel with cars in the shape of Nuka-Cola bottles, a traditional carousel, and a Ferris wheel. The sideshows have names like 'Jar Toss,' 'Hole in One,' 'Nothing But Net' and 'Bandit Roundup.' There are also traditional arcade games such as Atomic Rollers, Red Menace, Whack-a-Commie, and Hoop Shots. The prize booth is located on the western side of the fairgrounds near the Bandit Roundup booth and contains several toys. However, the largest attraction at the fair is a stand in the shape of a giant Nuka-Cola bottle found in the center of the grounds. Inside the stand are free Nuka-Cola samples as well as a first aid box.
There is a cooking station in the 'Funnel Fun' concession stand.
A shed in the makeshift parking lot to the south has a sign advertising the 'Tyler County Scare!'. Inside is a tinker's workbench and an impressive Halloween display, complete with pumpkins, candy, and orange and black decorations.
- My story - Note, on the roof of the Jar Toss booth, beside a corpse.
- Three random Vault-Tec bobbleheads:
- In the barn room with three Hoop Shots, on a token dispenser.
- Inside the "Tyler County Scare" building near the front (either on a table or on a crate).
- In the Nuka-Cola stand that is shaped like a bottle.
- Two random magazines:
- On the left barrel in the barn area on the east side of the fairgrounds, near the large slide.
- Inside the prize booth sitting on a shelf, next to a toy rocketship.
- Random recipe - On a shelf in the Funnel Fun funnel cake stand at the eastern end of the area.
- Approximately 30 mason jars at the "Jar Toss" booth.
Tyler County fairgrounds appears only in Fallout 76.
Behind the scenesEdit
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Tyler County fairgrounds is loosely inspired by the abandoned Lake Shawnee Amusement Park in real-life West Virginia. 
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