When you’re wandering the paths at the Oregon Country Fair, you may come across Ark Park or Archeology Park. There you can learn about the fair’s educational, research and preservation efforts. Ann Rogers is an Oregon Country Fair archeologist.
One reason the Oregon Country Fair is so popular is people can feel free to be themselves. But what if you’re still not sure who you are – or you want to connect with others like you? Rainbow Village is the base camp for all things L-G-B-T-Q-I-A at the fair.
The Oregon Country Fair takes place on a wooded property along the Long Tom River near Veneta. The annual arts festival wouldn’t be the same without its bountiful trees and flora. Because of this, the Fair’s crew does all it can to keep its native plant species on the grounds.