|Family Dog Show|
|Kids Art Contest|
|5K and 8K Race|
Planning is underway for the 2016 festival. In the mean time you can enjoy pictures of events at the 2015 festival.
The Blueberry Festival is a motorcycle friendly event.
*Photo curtesy of Craig Coppock, Mossyrock Hardware ***The picture was taken from Larry and Fennie Korth's drone.
The festival is a 3 days long. Among the features of this year's festival were :
While visiting Mossyrock you may want to buy some blueberries from a local farm and visit the flower fields and show garden at the DeGoede Bulb Farm. Better yet, make your visit part of a longer trip staying at one of the hotels or camp grounds along the beautiful White Pass Scenic By-Way stretching from I-5 south of Chehalis to Naches along US 12.
The Mossyrock Blueberry Festival is a community-led event
coordinated by the Mossyrock Area Action League (MAAL), a grass roots,
501(c)3 non-profit organization working
on community asset building, economic development, and poverty reduction
in East Lewis County, Washington.
The Mossyrock Blueberry Festival is a partnership between MAAL, the City
of Mossyrock, the Mossyrock School
District, the Road Rebels Car Club, and many local and regional organizations.
Along with its Festival partners, MAAL would like to acknowledge
its dedicated and invaluable volunteers. By all of us working together we
hope to offer our visitors and neighbors an
enjoyable, fun, and memorable visit to the Mossyrock area. Please check out
all the great places to stay while visiting
the Mossyrock area on our Places to stay page.
And remember, this is the peak of the season to get those beautiful and nutritious
All the best,
Blueberry Festival Coordinator
Our Festival Sponsor
Check out all our
Sponsors and Advertisers
For more information about other Lewis County events and
Mossyrock Area Action League (MAAL). Our Mission is to foster an improved quality of life for the people of the Mossyrock, Silver Creek, Salkum, and Cinebar communities. We encourage investment in our community to create and cultivate community assets that enhance the health and well-being of our neighbors.
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