General Hall of Fame Information

The Pendleton Round-Up and Happy Canyon Hall of Fame was founded in 1969. Ten men and five horses were the first honorees. Each year other men, women, and sometimes livestock have been selected as honorees by the Hall of Fame Board of Directors and its members. An honoree must have a long association with the Round-Up and/or Happy Canyon. As might be expected, many more are nominated than can be chosen each year.

Ranging from a full-sized teepee to delicate beadwork, the exhibits in the Hall of Fame cover a wide range of subjects and span over 100 years of Round-Up and Happy Canyon history. Saddles, clothing, Indian regalia, photographs, firearms, trophies, wagons, … hundreds of items are displayed for your enjoyment.

A special section of the Hall of Fame is devoted to our honorees. Look for your favorites on the various memory walls. Each year, a special display case is set up for the current inductees. These cases include pictures, clothing, and other memorabilia that showcase the contributions of the honoree.

 

Open Monday – Saturday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Admission: Adults $5, Seniors $4, Children 12 & under free