BLM’s visitor centers in Oregon and Washington help you delve deeper into the state’s natural and cultural heritage. Year-round facilities and services include permanent and traveling exhibits, regularly scheduled ranger talks and walks, living history and theater presentations, and interpretive sales areas.
National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center offers living history demonstrations, interpretive programs, exhibits, multi-media presentations, special events, and more than four miles of interpretive trails. more>>
Yaquina Head Outstanding National Area and Interpretive Center
Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area is located on a narrow point of land jutting due west into the Pacific Ocean at the north end of Newport, Oregon. This headland provides visitors with one of the most accessible wildlife and ocean viewing locations on the Pacific Coast. more>>
Smullin Visitor Center
The Smullin Visitor Center on the Rogue River near the town of Galice is aproximately 20 miles from Interstate 5 on the Merline-Galice Road. The center is located at the Rand National Historic Site. more>>>
Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument Information Center
The CSNM information center, run by Friends of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument (FCSNM), provides a gateway to the monument lands. Nestled along the Historic Greensprings Highway (Hwy 66), the information center contains photographic history of the monument and the Greensprings community. The information center is located near mile marker 17 (next to the Green Springs Inn) along Hwy 66, at the intersection of East Hyatt Lake Rd. The BLM is dedicated to working with community partners like FCSNM in managing the monument.
McGregor Park and Visitor Center
Barrier-free facilities at McGregor Park provide access to restrooms, trails, picnic areas, a playground, fishing ramps, interpretive displays, and wildlife and salmon viewing. more>>