Blackberry Festival   - Jul 03, 2015 to Jul 04, 2015

Blackberry Festival McLoud High School Athletic Complex
1280 W Seikel
McLoud, OK 74851

Phone: 405-964-6566

McLoud's annual Blackberry Festival is an old-fashioned festival that is one of the longest-running July 4th festivals in the state. The McLoud Blackberry Festival began in the 1940s as a way to celebrate the end of harvest season and the success of the local farm crop of blackberries. The end of harvest season and the annual July 4th community picnic were combined to create McLoud's Blackberry Festival. The town received national media coverage when the Blackberry Growers Association sent a crate of blackberries to President Harry Truman.

Today, this annual festival celebrating ...

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  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-40, US-270

  • Projected Attendance: 3,000





10:00 am

11:00 pm


8:00 am

11:00 pm

On Saturday, the parade begins at 10am & fireworks begin at 10pm.

From I-40, take McLoud Rd. Go north on McLoud Rd three miles to Broadway. Go west on Broadway to 6th St, then south on 6th to Veteran's Park.

Primary Contact:

Victoria Mongold

Event Contact:

Jackie Reber

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From owner on 02/20/15

I'm sorry if you arrived late and were not able to purchase blackberry cobbler. The chamber booth had blackberries available, and did not run out of this item. All of our vendors sell blackberry items. Please come back this year, and we will make sure you have blackberry items available to you, jam, berries, cobbler. Our Festival is July 3rd and 4th this year. Hope to see you there.

From Susan on 07/07/14

Did I miss something. There were no blackberry cobblers, no blackberry muffins, or any blackberries. What kind of festival was this?

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