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Discover the Excitement of An Oregon Rodeo

The excitement of the rodeo can be found throughout the Beaver State. Slip on a pair of boots and get ready for family fun.

The huge Pendleton Round-Up has been a “must see” event since 1910. The September festivities feature steer roping and bareback riding, as well as numerous festivities like the annual Dress Up Parade.

Chief Joseph Days events are held every July. Crowds head to Eastern Oregon to enjoy the races, parades and classic rodeo events. The Elgin Stampede is another Eastern Oregon event sure to wow rodeo fans. It’s four days in July that feature PRCA rodeo performances, parades, bull riding, and more.

If a trip to Central Oregon is on the books for June, get tickets to the annual Sisters Rodeo. Team roping, steer wrestling and the PRCA-sanctioned Xtreme Bulls are on the schedule.

Molalla Buckeroo PRCA Rodeo is in July. Willamette Valley plays host to bronco riding, fireworks, and live entertainment. The St. Paul Rodeo has been drawing in crowds in late June and July for more than 82 years. And if you are at Myrtle Point at the end of July, the Coos County Fair and Rodeo features barrel events, bulls, and kids’ activities.

Pendleton Round-Up

Since 1910, the Pendleton Round-Up has been a staple attraction for rodeo fans in northeast Oregon. During the second week each September, the Pendleton Round-Up features classic rodeo events, like steer roping, barrel racing, bareback riding, and calf roping. The Pendleton Round-Up is an officially recognized stop on the PRCA Tour.

The Saturday before the rodeo kicks off, check out the Dress Up Parade, where you'll see a variety of local youth groups show off their hand-made floats, parade style. The Friday during Round-Up Week you'll find the Westward Ho! parade. Because of the popularity, the Pendleton Round-Up also features PBR events, like the Happy Canyon Arena Rodeo.