National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

Description:

Using life-size displays, and multi-media and living-history presentations, this Center dramatically tells the story of the hopes, dreams, joys, and heartaches of Oregon Trail-era pioneers. A visit to the Center provides a unique opportunity to walk through a wagon train, join a group of emigrants as they cross the frontier, and experience history come to life.

Directions:

The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center is located five miles east of Baker City, Oregon, on Highway 86, Exit 302 from Interstate 84, 125 miles northwest of Boise, 95 miles southeast of Pendlelton.

Phone:

541-523-1843

Email:

BLM_OR_NH_Mail@blm.gov

Address:

National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center 22267 Oregon Highway 86 P.O. Box 987 Baker City, OR 97814

Activities:

Interpretive Programs Hiking Visitor Center

Organization:

BLM - Bureau of Land Management

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