Medallion Hunt



  • The Medallion is on the Sherburne County Fairgrounds.

  • The Medallion is not buried or inside any building.

  • Anyone participating in the Medallion Hunt cannot start looking until the posting of the first clue. Those searching for the Medallion before the first clue is posted will be disqualified. (It isn't hidden yet anyway, lol)

  • Destruction of any property is not necessary and will not be allowed.

  • Anyone can participate in the Medallion Hunt except: Sherburne County Fair Board Members, Sherburne County Agricultural Society Members, or the immediate family members of either of these groups.

  • Finder of the Medallion will win $100.

  • The first clue will be posted Thursday. A new clue will be posted each day by 10am until the Medallion is found. There will be a maximum of four clues published on this site and posted on our fairgrounds.

  • The finder of the Medallion must present the Medallion to the staff in the Main Fair Office on the fairgrounds to receive their prize money.

  • If the Medallion is not turned in at the Main Fair Office by 7PM on the Sunday of the fair, the fair board reserves the right to terminate the hunt and turn the prize over to charity.


Welcome to the County Fair! It’s 2022.

Time to have a load of fun while we’re “Truckin’ Thru.”

The hunt is on, a little game that everyone can join.

All of you will want to find our precious golden coin.

In a crack? On a wall? Somewhere you can see.

The secret of the treasure of the game you play for free.

Come on in, look around, always keep an eye out.

Hunting for the token is what the game’s about.

East or West, North or South, somewhere really funny?

Get the coin and turn it in, win some spending money.

Good luck coin hunters! May the odds be ever in your favor.



Hard to believe that our fair Thursday is already done.

It was nice to see the people having so much fun!

I know you’re here for hunting, on which I can rely.

The token’s what you’re searching for, that I can’t deny.

Our coin is hiding in a place where you can see a lot.

Tucked in a little corner of its cozy secret spot.

I know you all are wondering and treasure is your game.

Once somebody finds it, the fair won’t be the same.

Watching people hunt and search is always sort of funny.

Best of luck in winning our stash of medallion money.

Keep your eye on the prize.



Congratulations to Max Fougner, helped by Reed Hermanson and Jackson DeMars for being this year's winners! Thanks for hunting, and good luck next year!