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Muddy Frogwater Country Classic Festival and Corn Roast
8 Jan 2014
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2014 will mark the 34th Anniversary of the Muddy Frogwater Country Classic Festival and Corn Roast in Milton-Freewater, Oregon!

The Festival, scheduled for mid-August, takes place at Yantis Park and has all the charm and ambiance of a good old-fashioned country get together.  People from all over the Pacific Northwest come together to enjoy the pleasant, rural setting Milton-Freewater has to offer.



The whole family is taken into consideration when planning for the festival: from the Kid Zone to the Art Show and everything in between, there are fun activities, events, contests and games for everyone that take place everyday, all day during the festival. Be sure to check out the schedule of events for a complete listing of what's happening!


This is a great, inexpensive way to get out and enjoy the summer weather. Admission to the festival is free! (Please note that some charges may apply for meal tickets, vendor games or contest entries. Meal tickets may be purchased on site.)        


  • Babies can compete for prizes Friday morning at the Pretty Baby Contest
  • Softball Tournament takes place all weekend
  • Muddy Frogwater Run - 1 mile and 5K run or walk
  • Satisfy your hunger at the Chamber BBQ, or the Corn Roast
  • Talent of the Valley Competition
  • Food and craft vendors
  • Harvest Time Fine Art Show
  • Hip Hop Mania and Watermelon Eating Competitions on Saturday
  • Kid Zone
  • Elks Breakfast, Saturday morning
  • Bingo
  • Rotary Chicken BBQ, Saturday evening  
  • Bands
  • Much more!


As visitors wander through the park, the tantalizing aroma will take you to the food court. Vendors offer an irresistible and varied selection of items. There is no shortage of food: organized breakfasts and dinners are offered on Friday and Saturday by local service clubs/organizations with the Chamber sponsored Corn Roast/Watermelon Feed the featured hightlight on Sunday.



This event is featured on the Year of the Rural Arts Calendar of Events. For more information on the Year of the Rural Arts, visit www.artoftherural.org

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