Pendleton, Oregon - it’s like no other place. Among rolling wheat fields, it's located at the baseline of the Blue Mountains, and along the Oregon Trail. Approximately 3 1/2 hours East of Portland, Oregon and 4 hours West of Boise, Idaho just off of interstate 84. We’re known as a historic western town in the Pacific Northwest - a quaint family community. It’s farm country, and it’s beautiful here. The Pendleton Woolen Mills started here. The famous Pendleton Round-up is here. Craft makers of hats, boots, and saddles, are here. Farm to table eateries are here. We even have our very own regional symphony. We love it here.
We enjoy all four seasons with hot summers and cold winters. We’re surrounded by the beauty of Native American heritage, as Pendleton is nestled near the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.
The beautiful city of Pendleton, Oregon has hosted the Pendleton Round-Up since 1910. Below you will find some information to help make your stay in our town more enjoyable. You're always welcome to visit the Pendleton Round-Up and Happy Canyon retail store for amazing merchandise, jewelry and souvenirs.
Please make it a point to visit our Hall of Fame Museum located at 1114 SW Court Ave. The Hall of Fame contains the entire 100 year plus history of the "World Famous Pendleton Round-Up." Welcome to Pendleton and Let 'er Buck!