When it comes to food, the Mesa County Fair has got you covered.
Vendors fill the fair grounds, several of them year after year.
Cheryl Wiggins, owner of Wiggins Concessions, says, "I have a lot of people come back and say, oh good you're back we we're so afraid you weren't going to come."
Wiggins Concessions was one of the first to make an appearance at Mesa County's fair.
"We’ve watched a bunch of these kids grow up,” Wiggins said.
Wiggins sales her famous chicken at events pretty much all year.
"We take off about two months in the winter time," Wiggins said.
But for others, like Cowboy and the Rose, Mesa County’s is the one fair they cook for.
Mary Lou Lawson, owner of Cowboy and the Rose, says, "It’s a couple weeks of working, getting everything all together, and putting it all down."
It sets up right across from the 4H events in an area it says needs home cooking the most.
"Just feeding them and taking good care of them while they're here taking good care of their animals," Lawson said.
After 14 years at this fair, it’s got a system down.
"Lots of work, lots of effort in the kitchen, and all behind the scenes,” Lawson said. "We do a lot and we're proud of what we do.”