PDX Parent is Excited to be Giving Away Admission for up to 6 People to the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive & Visitor Information Center for 2 Lucky Winners

“I was possessed with a spirit of adventure and a desire to see what was new and strange” – Oregon Trail pioneer Miriam Thompson Tuller

Experience Oregon Trail history through interactive exhibits, feature film, pioneer dress-up and crafts like candle dipping and butter making. Daily history talks take you beyond the exhibit with a presentation from a historically-clothed interpreter; featured topics include Native Americans along the Trail, pioneer medicine, frontier women, and more. The guided Overland Tour leads you in pioneers’ footsteps with a guided tour of the interpretive trail featuring educational activities about wagon packing and prairie wildlife. Special presentations from musicians, folk dancers, spinners, and authors bring history to life.

Located at the actual end of the Oregon Trail where many pioneers camped when they first arrived, this site also features a picnic shelter, heritage garden, and visitor information center.

Details to enter below. Good luck!

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