Mount Hood Huckleberry Festival & Barlow Trail Days


Mount Hood Huckleberry Festival & Barlow Trail Days

The Mt. Hood Huckleberry Festival and Barlow Trail days has become a popular family festival. But it is perhaps best known for the huckleberry pancakes that are served in the morning as breakfast, and also for the soulful music. Read More

  • A late August annual event
  • Pancake breakfasts, historical tours, salmon bake and storytelling
  • Oregon Country Settlement off of East US Highway 26

Overview: The Mount Hood Huckleberry Festival & Barlow Trail Days is actually a reincarnation of an earlier event that dates back to 1890 when an 1840's Oregon trail emigrant, trading post operator and founder of the frontier settlement along the Salmon River named Samuel Welch opened a hotel in the picturesque village of Welches.

Where: Oregon Country Settlement (the Living History Village) at 73341 East U.S. Highway 26 in the village of Rhododendron, Oregon. 

Fees: This is a FREE event

Details: Pies, tarts, sauces and huckleberry pancakes… there is a lot you can enjoy at the festival. There are some huckleberry pizzas too you can try out. Spend quality time at the festival and go out on Barlow Trail tours and explore the remains of the famous old Oregon Trail.

Admission and parking are both free to everyone. 

Find more information on the Cascade Geographic Society website.

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