Treasure Mountain Festival Journal

The journal will serve as a place where we post important annoucements and notices of last minute changes.

It is also a place you can leave your comments to us about the festival and whatever may be on your mind.


Local Food Vendors Welcome

Over the years at TMF, local church groups and other civic groups made up the majority of the festival food vendors. In recent years a number of local vendors have discontinued selling at the festival for a number of reasons, the main one being that they were unable to find enough (younger) help to staff their operations. While TMF has had to look for some non-local vendors in order to have enough food at the festival, the aim has been to give opportunity to local Pendleton county groups to sell food, crafts, etc...

In the last several years some vendors have run out of food before the the festival had ended. The attendance at the TMF has increased substantially and adjustments had to be made to compensate for the larger crowds.

This being said, local groups, churches, clubs, etc... are encouraged, and have always been encouraged to step forward and participate in the festival, and we welcome them to do so.

The 2019 vendor application deadline is June 30th, 2019.


Demonstrators needed for the Festival

We are looking for more demonstrator crafters/artists, such as a corn grinder, chainsaw carver, glass blower, and other heritage crafts...Please contact us if you are interested in joining us with these crafts........


COMING BACK!! Turkey Calling & Owl Hooting Contest


After a 10 year absence, Turkey Calling and Owl Hooting will once again sound off at the Treasure Mountain Festival.  The Contest will be on Sunday, September 20 at 1:00 p.m. on the Main Stage.

Trophies will be awarded to first, second and third place in the following divisions: Senior Division Resident; Senior Division Non-Resident; Junior Division Resident and Junior Division Non-Resident.  The Junior Division will be open to persons 17 years and younger.

For additional information, contact Clinton Bowers at (304) 249-5607.


Latest Update

The 2018 TMF has closed now and we thank everyone who attended, and those who came as vendors at this wonderful event. In spite of a few light showers the festival was a big success and plans are being worked on for 2019 to make the festival bigger and better than ever.....



The Treasure Mountain Festival is happy to announce that we have purchased the land which was previously used for camping, and are offering camping spaces for all those who would like to campout during festival week. The spaces will go for $50.00 with electricity or $35.00 without electricity, and keep in mind that we have shower facilities in our new restroom building.

To reserve your camping space please call Alan Miller at 304-358-3298.