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2016 Harvest Festivals &
Halloween Events
** Due to possible last minute changes to times & locations to the events below, we encourage you to click on the link of the event holder to get the most updated information.

 

 

Central Oregon

Central Pumpkin Co Events - Terrebonne
Open October 1 - 30, 2016

Harvest market, corn maize, rides, petting zoo and pumkin patch. Celebrating the original Batman's 50th anniversary with a batman themed Maize. Visitors can also select from a wide assortment of winter squash, specialty pumpkins, gourds, honey and speciality jams, other seasonal merchandise and decorations in the old Barn Harvest Market..

LOCATION:
Central Oregon Pumpkin Co.
1250 NE Wilcox Ave.
Terrebonne, Oregon

INFORMATION:
541-504-1414

Sisters Harvest Faire - Sisters
Saturday & Sunday, October 8-9, 2016
10:00 am

Vendors selling quality handcrafted items. Pottery, metal art, photography, painting, jewelry, clothing, furniture, home décor and much more. Live entertainment,food, Kid's Zone and free admission.

LOCATION:
Downtown Sisters

INFORMATION:
541-549-0251

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Mt. Hood and
Columbia River Gorge

Packer Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze - Hood River
October 1 - November 11, 2013

Enjoy many fun farm activities for all ages. Gets a strike at pumpkin bowling! Bins and boxes of apples and pears to choose from. The sales barn is overflowing with all of your Packer favorites, from cookies and pies to jams and preserves

LOCTION:
The Farm Place
3020 Thomsen Road
Hood River, Oregon

lINFORMATION:
(541) 234-4481

Annual Hood River Valley Harvest Fest
October 14-16, 2016
Hood River - The Gorge

Each fall, Hood River Valley hosts an old-fashioned harvest festival with local produce and food products, arts and crafts, wine- and beer-tastings: all the best this County has to offer. There will also be a kid zone, art vendors, a food zone and live music.

LOCATION:
Hood River Event Site (overlooking the Columbia River)
110 Portway Avenue

INFORMATION:
541-386-2000

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Portland Metro Area

Corn Maize
September 3 - October 31, 2016
(selected days in October)
Sauvie Island - Portland Metro

Great Fun! With hay rides, pumpkin patch and more. There is also a separate Haunted MAiZE open on weekend nights. See website for schedule.

LOCATION:
The Pumpkin Patch - Sauvie Island
16525 NW Gillihan Rd.
(Only 15 minutes from downtown Portland!)

INFORMATION:
(503) 621-7110

Fazio Farms "Corn Maze in The City"
Open September 26 - October 31, 2016

"Corn Maze in The City" is 6.5 acres (over 283,000 square feet!) of confusing corn maze. The corn is double planted so you CANNOT see through the 20' (twenty feet) thick corn maze walls! It's freaky. We look forward to your confusion and you WILL get lost! Please Visit our website for additional Corn Maze details and pictures.... Call 503-289-2020 for school packages.

We offer an amazing corn maze, food booths, 22' Bouncy Slide, tractor hay rides, pumpkin and gourd painting, mechanical swing, and a ferris wheel. Visit "HayLand" our covered kids facility for a parent's break, hay bale maze, and hay bale pyramid. There will also be pony rides and a petting zoo on the weekends.

LOCATION:
Fazio Farms Corn Maze
8433 NE 13th Avenue
Portland, OR 97211

INFORMATION:
(503) 289-2020

Spirit of Halloweentown - St. Helens
October 1-31, 2016
(check website for complete schedule)

St. Helens becomes Halloweentown every October! Visitors will feel like they too have traveled to this magical place as they walk down decorated streets, see townspeople in costume and participate in themed events. Tour the Houlton District and Olde Towne to see all the scarecrows on display and contribute to the festive atmosphere by visiting in costume! Activities include a parade, steam punk and Goth weekend, a haunted mansion and a pumpkin lighting.

LOCATION:
St. Helens, OR

Halloween Fantasy Trail - Oregon City
October 1-30, 2016

Take a Halloween walk through a lighted, wooded, "Fantasy Trail", decorated with spooky sights and sounds. Great for all Ages!

Visitors walk through a lighted, wooded, "Fantasy Trail", decorated with spooky sights and sounds. Walk through a 40 foot castle with Halloween scenes. Also, walk through a tunnel, maze, crooked house, suspension bridge and more. Pumpkins and refreshments are available.

LOCATION:
19754 South Ridge Road
Oregon City, Oregon

lINFORMATION:
(503) 631-2047

West Coast Giant Pumpkin Regatta - Tualatin
Saturday, October 15, 2016

In addition to the regatta races, entertainment includes live music, pumpkin pie eating contests, kids pumpkin carving, face painting, pumpkin golf, a kids costume contest (all attendees are encouraged to dress up!), Smokey and Rojo the Llama Boys, strolling entertainment, clown shows, hot food and drinks, and much more!

LOCATION:
Tualatin Commons
8325 SW Nyberg Street
Tualatin, OR

Howloween at the Zoo
October 26, 2013
11:00am to 04:00pm
Portland

Environmental Enrichment - Annual Squishing of the Squash
October 28, 2016 - 10:30am to 11:30am
In preparation for our “Howloween” event, the Portland Zoo elephant herd will receive a HUGE pumpkin to pulverize. Great photo opportunity — bring your camera!

HOWLOWEEN AT THE ZOO
October 30, 2016 - 10:00am to 03:00pm
The zoo provides a fun and safe setting for this Halloween tradition, where costumed trick-or-treaters learn about wildlife in a fun scavenger hunt throughout the zoo. In keeping with the zoo's mission, Howloween aims to be educational as well as fun. Scavenger hunts and activities are themed to teach kids about animals around the world, and their habitats and adaptations.

LOCATION:
Oregon Zoo
4001 SW Canyon Rd
Portland, Oregon

INFORMATION:
503-226-1561

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Southern Oregon

Canyonville Pumpkin & Music Celebration - Canyonville
2016 Dates TBA

This festival feature an Antique and Classic Car Show, Games & Activities for Adults & Kids plus Lighting and display of hundreds of Jack O Lanterns. Other activities include Live Animal Shows with Wildlife Safari, Free Hay Rides and live music. At dusk, the jack-o-lanterns are lit to provide a silly/spooky ambience to wrap up the day.

LOCATION:
Pioneer Park, Downtown Canyonville
Canyonville, Oregon

lINFORMATION:
(541) 825-3855

Annual "Meet the Pioneers"
2016 Dates TBA
Jacksonville - Southern Oregon

Special evening walking tours where visitors will be greeted by the Spirits of Jacksonville's early pioneers and settlers. Meet these early "movers and shakers" up close and personal, and hear their interesting and fascinating stories of life in and around Jacksonville during the mid to late 1800's. Dress for fall weather and be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes. Tours will depart every 15 minutes and take approximately one hour to complete.

INFORMATION:
Tickets may be purchased at the Jacksonville Chamber and Visitor Information Center located on North Oregon Street (next to the Post Office) or by calling 541 899-8118

Trick or Treating in Grants Pass - Grants Pass
October 31, 2016
3 - 5 pm

On Halloween of each year the merchants of downtown Grants Pass usually stay open a little bit longer than usual as they entertain trick-or-treaters, the youth of Josephine County Besides providing an especially safe trick-or-treating environment for the children of Grants Pass, the kids from surrounding rural areas are especially enthusiastic—glad to have anywhere to trick or treat at all

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The Coast

A Tour to Die For - Lincoln City
October 21-22 & 28-30, 2016

Stories about the residents of the Cemetery are united with actors to literally bring the history of Lincoln City to life. Your tour guide is well versed in the legends and lore of our town. You’ll hear the Native American legend about the creature that lives in Devils Lake, as well as other mysterious occurrences along the way to the cemetery.

LOCTION:
Meet the Permanent Residents of Pioneer Cemetery
Lincoln City, OR

Depoe Bay Halloween Festivities - Depoe Bay
October 31

Fun games and food for children 0 – 12. Sponsored by the teens.

LOCTION:
Depoe Bay Community Center
Depoe Bay, OR

lINFORMATION:
541-765-2889

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Willamette Valley

French Prairie Gardens Harvest Festival - St. Paul
September 24 - October 30, 2016
closed Monday

People travel from all over to enjoy a day out in the country and have the opportunity to enjoy one of the main attractions - Pigtucky Derby!

Other activities include: Pumpkin Patch, Hayrides, Mazes, Farm Animal Display, Obstacle Course, Toddler Hay Maze and Two 20 Foot Hay Slides.

LOCTION:
French Prairie Gardens & Family Farm
17673 French Prairie Rd
St Paul, OR

lINFORMATION:
503-633-8445

Pumpkin & Harvest Festival - Aurora
Every weekend in October

Pick your own pumpkins in our Pumpkin Patch while getting your own corn stalks, hay bales and mums for decorating. Celebrate Autumn with us by Lots of fun activities. Weekend Activities include: Hazel's Nut House, Charlotte´s Web Corn Maze, Cow Train, Giant Slides, Bounce Houses, Hay Rides, Nut House, Tire Swings, Nature Trail Path, Pumpkin Patch, Petting Zoo, Fresh Apple Cider, Apple Cider Donuts, Food Court, lots more.

LOCTION:
Fir Point Farms
14601 Arndt Road
Aurora, Oregon

lINFORMATION:
(503) 678-2455

Colonial Harvest Days - Pleasant Hill
October 1-31, 2016

Celebrate the harvest season with a unique fall experience at the annual Colonial Harvest Days. Live music, corn maze, face painting, hayrides and a pie eating contest are some of the fun you find here.

LOCTION:
Northern Lights Christmas Tree Farm
36777 Wheeler Road
Pleasant Hill

lINFORMATION:
(503) 746-5161

Trolley of Terror - Albany
October 21, 22, 28, 29, 2016
Tours begin at 6, 7, 8 and 9pm

The Monteith Society is once again hosting two fun and spooky historical experiences this October: a candlelit tour of the Monteith House Museum followed by a ride on the Trolley of Terror; and a VIP ghost-hunting experience at the Monteith House. Both are sponsored by the Monteith Historical Society.

LOCATION:
Monteith House Museum
Albany, OR

lINFORMATION:
Call the Albany Visitors Association at 541-928-0911 to reserve your seats today

Wooden Shoe Pumpkin Fest - Woodburn
September 30–October 30, 2016
Fridays, Saturdays, & Sundays, 10am-6pm

The annual fall Pumpkin Fest will celebrate the harvest season with the following activities - Ducky races, Horse swings, Paintball gallery, Archery, Corn Maze, Tube Slide, Hay Pile & Slides, Activity Tables, Hay Wagon Rides, Cow Train rides, Giant Spider Web and Much More!

 

LOCATION:
Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm
33814 S. Meridian Rd
Woodburn

lINFORMATION:
503-634-2243

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