Omak Stampede Inc.
In 1933 the rodeo that became the Omak Stampede was just a dream of two Okanogan County stockmen, Leo Moomaw and Tim Bernard, who had started a rodeo string in 1932. From these humble beginnings, the Omak Stampede grew and grew, and now it is one of the largest and most respected rodeos in the Northwest. Always the second weekend in August, include the one of a kind Sucide Race and Indian Encampment. Also a Carnival for all the family.