No. Parking is free.
No. There is no on-site tent camping facilities and, for security reasons, we do not allow overnight RV parking. There are great RV and camping facilities at Pittock Lake (3 miles from the Show Site) and throughout the area.
Yes, with pre-registration. Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show in conjunction with AgScape encourages high school classes who have an interest in agriculture or the environment to join us in Woodstock!
Yes. Scooters are first come, first serve. However, you can reserve a scooter by calling MED-E-OX/Mobility In Motion directly at 1-800-265-5500 ext. 203 or 208 and providing a credit card to secure the reservation. Complimentary shuttles will be available from the handicapped parking lot to bring you to the scooter rentals located on 9th Lane just south of the Site Office.
Please call MED-E-OX for rates.
We do not rent out golf carts for attendees.
There are bus shuttles and tractor-driven people-movers to transport people from the parking lots and demo fields. You can also walk along the forest trail and over the creek – this is only about a 5 minute walk.
There are tractor-driven people-movers to take people to and from the demonstration fields and parking. We have approximately 50 acres of exhibit space and it is packed with over 750 exhibitors. The site is turf grass so it is easy to walk but good comfortable walking shoes are a must.
No. There is no childcare on–site but there are facilities for nursing mothers and baby changing stations. Please come to the Site Office for details.
No. Please refrain from bringing your dog to Canada's Outdoor Farm Show.
Canada's Outdoor Farm Show (COFS) welcomes international guests. Visitors can see and buy the most technologically advanced agricultural products and services. We request that all foreign visitors review the following information
International guests are invited to use the International Lounge and Business Centre. Relax, network and enjoy complimentary coffee and snacks. The Lounge is located north of the pond by Gate 1. For access, please register your group by e-mailing [email protected] with your group size and when you will be attending.
AS OF JUNE 1, 2009, EVERYONE TRAVELING TO CANADA BY LAND, SEA OR AIR IS REQUIRED TO HAVE A PASSPORT OR EQUIVALENT TRAVEL DOCUMENTS.
The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI), which was introduced in 2004 by the U.S. government to strengthen U.S. border security and standardized travel documentation, requires all U.S. citizens present a valid passport or an equivalent travel document, such as a NEXUS card or U.S. Passport Card, to enter or re-enter the United States. Technically, Canada Border Services does not require U.S. citizens to present a passport to enter Canada. However, Americans do need a passport or an equivalent travel document, such as a NEXUS card or U.S. Passport Card, to get back into the U.S. Thus, Canada and U.S. border requirements may be different on paper, but, are in practice, the same.
All International visitors or Domestic attendees that have been on a farm or at an agricultural trade show out of the country in the last 10 days please adhere to the following guidelines to help prevent the spread of BSE, Avian Influenza and other such diseases:
Take Highway #427 South until #401 exit.
Take Highway #401 West to Drumbo Road North (Exit 250) and proceed through Innerkip.
Turn right at Oxford Road #17 and follow the signs straight through to the site.