covered wagon and historic home at Philip Foster Farm in Eagle Creek, Oregon near Estacada


Culture runs deep in the rivers and lands of the region. Walk in the path of past Oregon Trail pioneers when you visit sections of the Barlow Road. Located in the heart of Government Camp, the Mt. Hood Cultural Center and Museum  is a great starting point to understand the past and present of Mt. Hood life. 

Experience the Oregon Trail journey and the rich cultures of the regions indigenous peoples at the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center and Museum of the Oregon Territory. Philip Foster Farm offers a glimpse into what daily life was like back in the 1800s.

Other family friendly Oregon historical sites include a ride on the historic Canby Ferry or Oregon City’s elevator, which is the only outdoor municipal elevator, also known as a vertical street, remaining in the U.S.

Heritage Trail App Marks 175+ Years Since Barlow Road's Construction
2021 is the 175th anniversary of the Oregon Trail's famous Barlow Road section that, for many, replaced the perilous float down the Columbia River to finish their months-long journey. The newest addit...
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Mt. Hood Territory Heritage Trail and 175th Commemoration of the Oregon Trail apps on iPhone
Willamette Falls And Landings State Heritage Area
Willamette Falls and Landings State Heritage Area is a place where visitors and locals alike can experience the places, stories and abundance of culture and history that provide an authentic account o...
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Water flows over Willamette Falls on the Willamette River between Oregon City and West Linn.
The Homes That Shaped Oregon City, The Official End Of The Oregon Trail
Everywhere you look in Oregon City, you'll find historic homes filled with Oregon Trail and Oregon City history and stories. If walls could talk, right? Well, these walls do....
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Historic Stevens-Crawford House in Oregon City with Mt. Hood Territory Heritage Trail signage for phone app tour.
Commemorate The Oregon Trail's Barlow Road 175
A trip along the historic Barlow Road, the last leg of the Oregon Trail, is a perfect way to experience the natural beauty and heritage that defines Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory. And, given that 2021...
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Snow-covered Mt. Hood pops against the bright blue sky with Cascade foothills in forefront as seen from Jonsrud Viewpoint.
Activity Guide Inspires Adventure Along The Oregon Trail
Teaching young kids the significance of our nation's history, like the Oregon Trail journey from Independence, Missouri to Oregon City, Oregon, is part of most 4th grade teachers' curriculum. It's no...
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North American Bigfoot Center Featured By Lonely Planet
The recently-opened North American Bigfoot Center in Boring is making waves with fans of the elusive cryptid and the curious traveler alike. The travel experts over at Lonely Planet included it in the...
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North American Bigfoot Center
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