The Richard M. Borchard Regional Fairgrounds in Robstown has enjoyed its most successful years since its' grand opening in 2007.
The Richard M. Borchard Regional Fairgrounds in Robstown has enjoyed its most successful years since its' grand opening in 2007. The 45-acre complex includes various facilities to accommodate a consumer’s needs such as the Marvin and Laura Berry Pavilion, two Exhibit Halls, Conference Center, Equestrian Center, and the Middletown Meadow. The facility can be used for rodeos, livestock shows, boxing, wrestling, concerts, trade shows, consumer shows, corporate meetings, fundraising banquets, weddings, quinceaneras, parties, horse events, sporting events, and other special types of events. The Richard M. Borchard Regional Fairgrounds provides varied opportunities for Nueces County residents and serves as a place for the community to gather and share experiences. The facility is owned by Nueces County and managed by Spectra.
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