Mushroom Festival 2021 is returning as a live event on October 31st!

Tickets by pre-sale ONLY! Tickets go on sale September 1st.

The Mushroom Festival is our biggest fundraising event of the year. Ticket sales and purchases at the festival support our work in native habitat stewardship and outdoor environmental education.

What You Need to Know

The festival opens at 10 AM and closes at 5 PM

Please consider using our free shuttle service every hour on the hour, starting at 10 AM. (Shuttle location TBD.) You’ll help reduce congestion on Seavey Loop and do good for the planet. Driving your personal vehicle to the festival? Click here for driving directions.

Parking at the Arboretum is free on festival day. Parking attendants will direct you to the parking lot that has availability. Shuttles run about every 15 minutes from the North parking lot to the festival gates.

Please leave your dogs at home. For the safety and comfort of all, due to crowds, dogs are not permitted at the festival. View our dog policy.

Festival Activities

  • A Huge Mushroom exhibit where you can learn about over 300 local species; learn more about the exhibit & mushroom experts!
  • Live Music all festival-day-long
  • Hay Rides along the Arboretum’s scenic Meadow Road
  • Cider Booth where you can buy delicious fresh-pressed-onsite cider
  • A Kids’ Booth with face painting and nature crafts
  • Guided Nature Walks by local naturalists
  • Culinary Demonstrations (in our courtyard) featuring delicious mushroom dishes
  • The Fantastical Scarecrow Contest vote for your favorites!

In addition, the festival brings in dozens of booths and vendors for your enjoyment. They feature food and drink, arts and crafts, mushroom vendors, a variety of plant sellers, and local nonprofits that support nature education and habitat restoration.

Music Schedule

Schedule TBD

Guided Nature Walks

Schedule TBD, Meet walk leaders at the stage.

Talks on the Terrace

Presenters TBD

Vendors

Food & Beverage Vendors – TBD
Plant Vendors – TBD
Art/Craft Vendors – TBD

Nonprofits

Sponsors

Partners

Check out what our festival partners are up to!

The Cascade Mycological Society (CMS) hosts and attends events around the Pacific Northwest, most notably community classes and forays, member forays, seasonal member potlucks, and the Mushroom Festival in October. For information about the mushroom experts that will be at the Mount Pisgah Arboretum Mushroom Festival, click here.

Lane is a local community college that provides, “comprehensive, accessible, quality, learning-centered educational opportunities that promote student success”. For a calendar of upcoming Lane Community College events and educational opportunities, visit LCC’s website.