We've done our best to glean information on upcoming events here at Smith Rock State Park.

This includes postings on boards around the park, the Smith Rock State Park website, sports and tourism organizations, and annual events we know about.

Some recent events featured an area history exhibit complete with Native American and U.S. Cavalry artifacts, and artists painting the scenery in the annual Smith Rock Paint Out.

If you don't see your event listed let us know and give us some details. We'll be sure to tell everyone about it.

Patagonia Worn Wear Tour event

Patagonia Worn Wear Tour event


September 2019

Hunter performs in 2018 at Smith Rock State Park

Hunter performs in 2018 at Smith Rock State Park

 

In a Landscape
when: wednesday, Sept. 11
What time: 5:30-7:00 PM

If you didn’t get a chance to experience “In a Landscape,” (IAL)—a confluence of music, nature, and technology, last year at Smith Rock, now’s your chance. The first performance in July sold out before we could tell you about it, but another has been added, for September 11.

Hunter Noack performs live outdoors on his 9-foot Steinway grand piano. He hauls it on his performing platform to the middle of forests, fields, calderas and historical sites for classical music concerts. And back by popular demand, to Smith Rock.


american alpine club Smith Rock craggin’ classic 2019
when: friday-Sunday Sept. 13-15
What time: starts 4:00 PM Friday, ends at 2:00 PM Sunday

Join the American Alpine Club, CAMP Technical Adventure Equipment, and Edelrid for this 3-day climbing festival that celebrates and welcomes climbers at every skill level. There’s a full line-up of clinics taught by professional climbers and local guides from Chockstone Climbing Guides, plus presentations by EDELRID athlete Tommy Caldwell and Sterling athlete Maureen Beck.

Sip free beer from 10 Barrel Brewing Co., grab tasty meals from the local food truck "The Bob", peruse the silent auction and raffle for incredible deals on top-end gear, enjoy free Saturday and Sunday morning breakfasts provided by Climbers for Christ and Mountain Gear, and give back by helping out with trail work with High Desert Climbers Alliance and Oregon State Parks. The venue’s proximity to the Park means that climbing is just a short walk from your tent.

Photo courtesy of the American Alpine Club

Photo courtesy of the American Alpine Club