It's not a fair without food and the PGX does not disappoint.
From the ever-popular mini donuts to the cotton candy - available in monster"size at the Sugar Shack near the main gate - to gourmet hot dogs, donairs and beef on a bun, all the treats you'd expect and then some are available along the midway and in the food court.
Heck, there's even a lemonade stand.
Look for a bright yellow dome tent just inside the food court, tucked in behind the gymnastics building, and you'll find Lemon Heaven where you can get the summertime mainstay made with lemons "freshly squeezed right before your eyes."
Across the way, there is Beefy Boys Hot Dogs - home of the Godzilla, the Nacho Libre, the Opa Dog and the Slawdog Millionaire gourmet hot dogs.
They're all the creations of Steve Kness, who got the business going last summer with his sister and brother-in-law, Joel and Dave Petersen, right here in Prince George.
Depending on the hot dog, the ingredients range from wasabi mayo to lime flavoured tortilla chips to homemade butter chicken sauce. That last ingredient has made the Boys' Slawdog Millionaire their number one seller.
"People love the butter chicken sauce," said Kness.
Kness, whose background is in marketing, said the business combines both his passion for food and his creativity. The Food Network and shows like Eat St., which focuses on street food vendors around the United States and Canada, are big inspirations for Kness.
"We're really trying to be as authentic as possible and just bring a new twist on street meat to Prince George," Kness said.
Next door is Kelly O's - the mobile version of Kelly O'Bryan's - which features popular appetizers from the restaurant's menu like McCracken Rolls, made from crab meat, shrimp and cream cheese wrapped in egg roll wraps then deep fried.
Thirsts can be quenched with Tiger's Blood Hawaiian shaved ice, made from strawberries and coconut, at The Little Snowflake Factory, and with a full range of caffeinated drinks at Insomniac Coffee Co., located side-by-side at the food court's far end.
The Yellowhead Rotary Club is onsite and so is their 84-inch Lang smoker cooker. Made in Nahunta, Georgia and purchased by the service club a bit more than a year ago, this isn't your father's barbecue.
Fuelled with birch hardwood, it's being used to cook up smokin' good ribs and beans and the proceeds will go to a range of community-building causes both locally and around the world.
Extra care and attention go into the popcorn made at Mountain Air Kettle Corn, based in Prince George. It's cooked in canola oil while constantly stirred with a paddle, said Coan Walters, who runs the business with wife Lisa.
"It's not just air popped, it's popped by someone moving their arms," Coan explained. The outcome is a flavour that's both sweet and salty, not just salty, he said.
Care and attention can also be said for the slow-roasted beef on a bun at 100 per cent Western, operated by Kathy Anderson. The PGX is a bit of a homecoming as she lived and raised her children in Pineview for 18 years before moving to Langley 10 years ago.
A full menu of Chinese food can be found at the Golden Place booth, chicken, beef and lamb donairs are available at Smokin' Hot Donairs and samosas are on hand at Mapal Ice Cream & Mini-Donuts.
And don't forget those mini donuts, so popular that three vendors make them - Ogopogo and Mapal in the food court and Birdie's Mini-Donut Factory in the midway. Three were also on hand last year and did a brisk business, said Ogopogo's Ian Malcolm.