Looks like we are a fan-favorite destination again this year! Thanks, fans - you're our favorite, too!
Announcing the 2018 Best Fan-Favorite Destinations in Oregon
From boom town to ghost town, this corner of Oregon has an amazing history worth preserving.
Oregon State Park day-use permits are $5 off for the whole month! These would make a great gift for anyone who likes to take advantage of our beautiful state parks. Stop by our General Store to pick one up before the sale ends!
History is interesting, fun, and a good career choice, too!
We're ready for the holidays at the End of the Oregon Trail! Everything in our store will be 10% off from November 24th to December 24th. Enjoy complimentary coffee, tea, cider and cocoa while shopping for family and friends!
Tomorrow night at the End of the Oregon Trail!
The November edition of our First Friday Film series is this week! Preview "Big Pharma" here!!
Download the free Tap Trail mobile passport, and once you've visited at least 10 participating breweries, claim your free pint glass at the End of the Oregon Trail!
Huzzah! New shirts are now for sale in our gift shop! "You have died of dysentery" Oregon Trail computer game homage, and "Experience the Trail" Oregon City, OR shirt.
The Eclipse is almost here! You can watch from the End of the Oregon Trail on Monday, August 21 at 10 am. We will experience 99% of a total eclipse.
Counting down the days to the amazing Oregon City Festival of the Arts - only one more week to go! Over 55 juried Artists plus all-day musical performances. Str...oll the outdoor grounds of the End of the Trail Interpretive Center in Oregon City perusing incredible art while listening to music wafting through the trees - Heaven on Earth in our beautiful Northwest Summers!
Come say hello to the newest addition to our exhibits - Hank the Bison!
"I think I can truly say that I saw in that region in one day more buffaloes than I have seen of cattle in all my life." - Oregon Trail pioneer John Bidwell
Hey, Game of Thrones fans: turns out the King in the North has the same name as the father of epidemiology! John Snow, English physician, discovered the cause of cholera in 1854.