The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center on Flagstaff Hill outside Baker City Oregon. A pioneer wagon encampment is the first thing that visitors see when arriving at this award winning and world class interpretive center. The entire facility is staffed with costumed interpreters helping visitors discover the Oregon trail and the experiences of early pioneers as they made their way West during the nation’s largest overland migration. The Interpretive Center hosts numerous special events and activities throughout the year including, Dutch oven cooking demonstrations, lectures, and hands on gold panning demonstrations.
The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, operated by the Bureau of Land Management, is located 5 miles east of Baker City, Oregon on Highway 86. Take Exit 302 from I-84. The Center is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Admission for adults is $8. Seniors are $4.50. Children 15 and under are free. Federal passes are accepted. Visit www.oregontrail.blm.gov for more information about the Center, or call 541-523-1843
For more information about other Baker County historic sites, attractions and special events, visit the Baker County tourism website at www.basecampbaker.com