National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

NHOTIC
Address:

The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center 22267 Oregon Hwy 86 Baker City, OR 97814

Latitude/Longitude:
44.813966, -117.728666
Directions:
The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center is located five miles east of Baker City, Oregon, at 22267 OR Highway 86, Baker City, OR 97814. Take Exit 302 from Interstate 84: 125 miles northwest of Boise, 95 miles southeast of Pendleton.
Fee Description:
Summer: Adults $8.00, Senior $6.00, Youth (15 and under) Free
Winter: Adults $5.00, Senior $4.00, Youth (15 and under) Free
HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE
INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS
HIKING
PICNICKING
VISITOR CENTER
WILDLIFE VIEWING
DAY USE AREA
INFORMATION SITE
PHOTOGRAPHY

National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center brings to life the Oregon Trail experience through living history demonstrations, interpretive programs, exhibitions, and special events. Oregon Trail ruts carved by pioneer wagons are located onsite and are featured in a four mile interpretive hiking trail system. Trails and picnic areas offer scenic vistas of the Blue Mountains, the Wallowa Mountains, and Baker Valley.

Know Before You Go:

  • Days and hours of operation change seasonally and may be impacted by severe weather events. For a current schedule and rates please call 541-523-1843 or visit oregontrail.blm.gov. Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day.
  • Download a free brochure to plan your visit.
  • No food or drink is permitted inside the Interpretive Center.
  • Pets are ALLOWED but must be LEASHED. Service animals only inside the Interpretive Center.

Point of Interest:

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. You can find more information about events, programs, education and volunteer opportunities at the center by visiting https://www.blm.gov/nhotic

Accessibility Description (ABA/ADA):
The Interpretive Center is barrier free, with paved trails, and viewing area.

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