The Original Browns Point Salmon Bake
UPDATE: Due to covid-19 we cancelled the 2020 Salmon Bake. The next Salmon Bake is August 6th & 7th 2022
The Original Browns Point Salmon Bake is a summertime event not to be missed. Fresh-caught Alaskan salmon is cooked over alder wood fire pits in the same manner Jerry Meeker did at the first official salmon bake in 1946.
People from all over our region make the trek to Browns Point to enjoy an authentic salmon dinner, catch up with old friends, and make some new ones.
It is the longest continually running salmon bake in the state. If salmon doesn’t suit your taste, there are burgers, clam chowder, and milk shakes, too. Throughout the weekend-long event, there is live entertainment on the main stage. As the sun sets on Saturday, the party in the beer garden heats up. It’s a night not to be missed!
This is an event for the whole family with kids games, crafts, and an art show featuring local Northwest artists. There is no entry cost. Come on out and join us for a fun Northwest tradition. Open Noon to 8pm both days. Beer garden stays open late on Saturday.
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**The boat ramp will be closed the week leading up to the Salmon Bake**