Road Trip! Visit These Fall Festivals in Oregon

Road Trip! Visit These Fall Festivals in Oregon

Festivals and Events, Getaways, Oregon, Things to Do Select Registry – June 21, 2014

Need a getaway in the Pacific Northwest? Well, pack up the car and hit the road to visit these great Fall festivals in Oregon.  From cultural traditions, to haunted towns, to some of the regions best beer and food, you can find it all in Oregon this fall.  And Select Registry has a number of properties in the area to make your trip extra special. Take a look at a few of our recommended Fall festivals in Oregon for 2014.


Festival of One Acts | September 3rd - 6th | Portland, OH

The Festival of One Acts in Portland is a great event for theatre lovers to attend.  Six directors will take on nine different short plays and memoirs by Sam Shepard.


Mount Angel Oktoberfest | September 11th - September 14th | Mount Angel, OR

A traditional a great tradition among fall festivals in Oregon, this Oktoberfest is held in quaint downtown Mount Angel. Features of the celebration include a biergarten, food vendors. live music, arts and crafts, and a car show.


Jim PepperFest | September 13th | Portland, OR

The Jim Pepper Native Arts Festival, also known as Jim PepperFest celebrates and remembers musician Jim Pepper through performances and special events in Portland.  A variety of artists will pay tribute to Pepper’s legacy as an innovative jazz-rock fusion musician in the Native American community.


Haunted Ghost Town | October 10th - 24th | Portland, OR

A classic Halloween pastime, the Haunted Ghost Town in Portland will give you some fun and some frights.  The self guided adventure through the Ghost Town is one of the most terrifying experiences in Portland during the Halloween season and is the only outdoor haunted attraction in the city.  Experience the regional flare of this old west themed journey as you visit the sheriff, the cemetery, and the town dentist.


77th Annual Klamath Basin Potato Festival | October 17th - 18th | Merrill, OR

You might think a one of the fall festivals in Oregon centered around potatoes wouldn't be entertaining, but you’d be mistaken.  The festival features a parade, talent shows, a horseshoe tournament, carnival amusements, exhibits, and a free barbecue.


Pacific Northwest Brew Cup | September 26th - 28th | Astoria, OR

When it comes to fall festivals in Oregon, you can’t go wrong with a beer fest! This Oktoberfest-style festival spans a weekend at the end of september.  Live music, great food, and brews from more than 15 Pacific Northwest breweries.


Pumpkin Fest | September 27th - November 2nd | Woodburn, OR

Some good old fashioned fall fun awaits at Pumpkin Fest.  The traditional pumpkin patch, hayrides, and corn maze are accompanied by archery games and pumpkins being shot out of cannons.


Klamuth Falls Snowflake Festival | November 30th - December 15th | Klamuth Falls

Put a cap on the fall season and celebrate the oncoming winter at the Snowflake Festival in Klamuth falls.  The two week long celebration is one of the best fall festivals in Oregon to get you in the spirit for the holiday season.



During your travels to these Fall festivals in Oregon, be sure to stay at a great Oregon bed and breakfast.  No matter where you are, or which property in our directory you choose, you can be sure that you’ll find the highest quality accommodations.  Check out these Inns in the area during your trip:

Youngberg Hill Vineyards & Inn | McMinnville, OR 

Portland’s White House | Portland, OR

Whale Cove Inn | Depoe Bay, OR 

Channel House Inn | Depoe Bay, OR

Colette’s B&B | Port Angeles, WA 

George Washington Inn | Port Angeles, WA


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