May – October 2014
Friday, June 13
— Les Schwab Family Night —
Rodeo Performance 7 p.m.
Family Night, Children 12 and Under FREE
Saturday, June 14
Rodeo parade 9:30 a.m.
Afternoon Rodeo Performance 1 p.m.
Evening Rodeo Performance 7 p.m.
Sunday, June 15
— Pepsi & Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort Day —
Kiwanis Buckaroo Breakfast 7-11 a.m.
Cowboy Church Service 9 a.m.
Final Rodeo Performance 1 p.m.
Nestled in the high desert among sagebrush, juniper, and miles of working ranches, Prineville, the “Cowboy Capitol of Oregon,” offers a unique glimpse into Oregon’s wild-west heritage. The first roundups in Prineville occurred annually in October beginning in 1916.
The Crooked River Roundup is the one of the oldest family entertainment events in Oregon. Thousands of people gather to enjoy PRCA bull & bronc riding, roping, steer wrestling, and barrel racing. Come experience a little dirt flying and a rough riding good time.
Come to the Crook County Fair for fun, games and a full country fair experience.
For More Information, visit the brochure.
The Northwest Professional Rodeo Association is the western United States largest regional rodeo organization. It annually sanctions over 40 rodeos throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Nevada and California. Its membership continues to grow and represents the finest caliber of rodeo athletes in the country! The NPRA rodeo season begins in October with a few indoor rodeos through the winter months, increases to a “multiple rodeos per weekend” schedule through the summer months, and climaxes in September at the Championship Finals. The NPRA is proud of the opportunity it provides for rodeo athletes to compete at the professional level while remaining close to home, families, and weekday jobs.