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Southern Tier Outdoor Show

  • Location: Steuben County Fairgrounds
  • Address: 15 East Washington Street, Bath, NY 14810
  • Location: Steuben County Fairgrounds
  • Address: 15 East Washington Street, Bath, NY 14810
  • Price: $5.00 per person OR $10.00 per car


The 13th Annual Southern Tier Outdoors Show will be held on October 12-13, 2019 in Bath, New York! The show features an action-packed weekend of hunting and fishing demos/shooting expositions, gear tests and safety courses to showcase the range of outdoor recreation found in the Southern Tier of New York State.

In 2019 they are offering two amazing animals shows. The first is Brunon Blaszak’s Royal Tiger Show. As a first-class showman, Brunon’s show is fast-paced with thrills, danger, and excitement, on top of the high quality educational value for the whole family! Featuring both Bengal and Siberian tigers, watch these incredible cats walk the tight wire, perform choreographed leaping, and jumping and dancing that will leave you amazed and delighted! The other wildlife show to be featured will be Hawk Creek Wildlife Center.  Prepare for close encounters of the wild kind with nature’s elite predators of the sky! Hawk Creek will present flying bird shows and having stunning raptors on display all weekend. Stand face-to-beak with an eagle, have a vulture and a hawk soar inches above your head and get closer than ever before to a variety of raptors from around the world!

This family friendly event offers a full weekend of contests and demonstrations to keep everyone entertained. Kids have the opportunity to win prizes with the indoor fishing pond or participating in the youth turkey calling contest, they can test their archery skills, exhibit their shooting skills on the laser course, and get up close and personal with birds of prey and a variety of exotic wildlife.

Coordinated by the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County, visit the annual Southern Tier Outdoor Show one or both days for just $5 per person or $10 per car, and experience 150 vendors, professional classes, hands-on youth activities, demonstrations, and seminars covering everything from fishing secrets to planting food plots.