Salmon Fest Shuttle
For the safety, courtesy, health and enjoyment of all Salmon Festival visitors, please leave your pets at home.
Need a place to keep your pet while you enjoy the festival? Please contact
Leavenworth Pet Lodge
for accomodations, or call 509.548.4719
Salmon Fest News
February 13th, 2014
Susan Gayle Faw Faw Blair passed from this life on Saturday, 25 January 2014 at her home in Biloxi, Mississippi, after nearly a year-long battle with cancer. Susan was born 20 December 1957 in Perry, Oklahoma, to parents Marie (Scott) and Louis V. Faw Faw Jr.
Salmon Fest News
January 29th, 2014
Applications for the 2014 Nancy Duree Natural Resource Scholarship are now being accepted.
The annual $1,500 scholarship is dedicated in memory of Nancy Duree who was an active partner in the Wenatchee River Salmon Festival since its inception, and a champion of natural resource education for both children and adults.
"Providing high quality natural resource education, promoting outdoor recreation, and sharing the cultural significance of salmon to the people of the Northwest."
We can use help with:
Please contact our office at 548-6662 x271
A beautiful day with kids and families connecting with nature and being outside doing tons of fun, creative, and educational stuff.
Thanks to all who made it possible – our sponsors, numerous volunteers from local high schools, the community, and Intermountain AmeriCorps, exhibitors, artists, Tribes, vendors, Friends of Northwest Hatcheries, and all who came!
Set in the pristine majesty of Washington State’s Cascade Mountains, the Salmon Festival is an outdoor education adventure you will not want to miss.
Connect your family to nature in a fun and entertaining way. Soak up the beauty under a canopy of beautiful fall colors and evergreens. Enjoy learning about our natural resources and the incredible environment in which we live.
The Salmon Festival is fun for all ages, and admission and activities are FREE.
Come and take part in the many inter-generational hands-on activities, interactive exhibits, wildlife “edu-tainment”, music, art, and experience a meaningful cultural exchange with Native Americans in their tribal village.
Bring your family and friends or come join us as a sponsor or volunteer and learn about one of the most fascinating creatures on earth, the salmon. This 21st Annual Salmon Festival will be one to remember with new activities, live animals, and fun filled entertainment!
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Leavenworth National Fish Hatchery
Chelan County PUD
Friends of Northwest Hatcheries