Scappoose Adventure Festival, a free community event that celebrates outdoor activities, recreation, and the spirit of Scappoose, invites attendees to Scappoose Veteran’s Park on August 12th and 13th for two action-packed days of adventure and fun. From 10AM to Midnight on Saturday and 10AM to 5PM on Sunday, attendees can anticipate a great time!
Enjoy live music performances and entertainment throughout the event, with Saturday’s festivities continuing late into the night. Indulge in delicious food from local vendors while relaxing in the inviting outdoor beer garden.
Explore a variety of activities suitable for all ages and skill levels, including runs of different distances. Test your climbing skills on rock walls, showcase your aim in ax throwing, and marvel at the impressive talent displayed during chainsaw wood carving demonstrations.
Families will find the festival designed with them in mind, with an all-day kids’ zone featuring exciting inflatables and activities to keep the little ones entertained. Adults will also discover plenty of engaging experiences to enjoy.
Make sure to mark your calendars for the Scappoose Adventure Festival, where outdoor fun and recreation are celebrated. Join us at Scappoose Veteran’s Park on August 12th and 13th, from 10AM to midnight on Saturday and 10AM to 5PM on Sunday. Embrace the spirit of Scappoose, connect with your community, and create lasting memories.
Scappoose Adventure Festival 1K-6K-10K – Run With Neil
Join us for a one-of-kind run through the parks and hills of Scappoose, Oregon. The 1K route circles Veteran’s Park and is suitable for kids and walkers alike. The 6K run/walk is mostly flat, capping with a short hill climb that ends with snow-capped mountain views. The 10K route is the crown jewel. After splitting from the 6K flat portion, it meanders through the wooded hillside of Scappoose, rewarding runners with the final 1K downhill portion with views of Mt Hood, Rainier & St. Helens.
Proceeds from the run will go to the Run With Neil Foundation honoring the legacy of Neil Hoffmann, a young man who was passionate about running and dreamed of making his hometown a better for track athletes. Register here