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


JUly 2017

photo courtesy of Climb-On Maps, photographer: Lady Lockoff

photo courtesy of Climb-On Maps, photographer: Lady Lockoff

SaturDAY, 7/22/17

climb-on maps smith rock climbing map review 6:00 PM at RedPoint Climbers supply

Find out more about Climb-On Maps' new nearly indestructible climbing area maps for Smith Rock State Park. Mapped by humans with a professional-grade GPS unit, these maps show approaches, walk-offs, number of climbs at a crag and grade distribution, orientation photos, route data combined from Mountain Project and all published guidebooks for the area. 

They'll be around in the park from July 17-July 26 finishing their data gathering. Show up at Redpoint, give your input on the 22nd, and get a free beer.


september 2017

Friday-SunDAY, 9/15/17-9/17/17
smith rock craggin' classic

Each year the American Alpine Club holds an amazing weekend climbing event focused on community, competency, and conservation. 

Climbing rock stars Tommy Caldwell, Jeremy Collins, Graham Zimmerman and Meagan Martin are lined up with slide shows and clinics, along with local Chockstone Climbing Guides. Plus there's free food and beer, raffle, auction, sponsor and non-profit booths, trail work led by the "Mayor of Smith Rock," Ian Caldwell, and more.

climber at one of the AAC Smith Rock Craggin' Classic clinics photo courtesy of the American Alpine Club

climber at one of the AAC Smith Rock Craggin' Classic clinics
photo courtesy of the American Alpine Club