Oregon Trail

The End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center features Wagon-style buildings housing interactive spaces and hand-on learning including making buttermilk and packing supplies, while video projection, iPad applications and kiosks brings the past to life that will keep the kids’ attention.
Cyclists can go a step further with the Barlow Road Ride, a 100-mile out-and-back course running from the End of the Oregon Trail to Government Camp along the Barlow road route taken by pioneers to go around Mt. Hood to reach Oregon City.


Posted by: Travel Oregon
Posted on: 13/06/2023

Oregon Trail

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