The Country Store

If you’re looking for something to help you remember your visit to the End of the Oregon Trail, the Visitor Center’s country store is a great place to shop for the whole family. Stocked with a wide variety of hand-made Oregonian snacks and gifts, you’re sure to find the perfect memorabilia for all tastes, ages, and interests. Check out some featured merchandise here.

Visitors with an annual pass enjoy a 10% discount on purchases in the gift shop. Learn more about annual pass benefits here

Trail Buddies Stuffed Animals Don’t hit the trail alone! Sounds of the Trail Play or listen with traditional penny whistle, jaw harp, harmonica, or Heartstrings CD. Period Toys Share the joys of another era with a child you love. Pick-up-sticks, marbles, classic jacks, cards, puzzles, checkers, and so much more! Pioneer Fashion Bonnets and Racoon Hats made in a variety of sizes for endless dress-up fun
Artisan Soaps Hand-crafted from natural ingredients, soaps by Camamu and Laurelstone are sure to soothe. Crafts Try your hand at some fun pioneer-era craft projects with easy instructions: quilt, cross-stitch, knit, or make a rag doll or miniature.  Jewelry Hand-made earrings, charms, and leather bracelets to fit any style.    Gallery of Art Wood carvings, glasswork, prints, paintings, and traditional beading. See the beauty of local artists from the Three Rivers Artist Guild and the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde
 Keepsakes Everything you need to remember your visit – Oregon Trail dust, buffalo teeth, arrowhead replicas, leather pouches, magnets, coasters, letters, postcards and more!  Children’s Books Never stop learning with these colorful picture books and young adult fiction on Trail and local history.    Trail Books Explore the fascinating Oregon Trail and local history from a variety of perspectives, or blaze a new trail with books on cycling, modern-day trips, and backroads of Oregon.            19th Century Literature Hear history from those who lived it – trail diaries, guidebooks,  maps, recipes, and even etiquette manuals let the pioneers speak for themselves.
Heritage Seeds Inspire your inner pioneer farmer with flower and vegetable seeds from the on-site heritage garden maintained by OSU Master Gardeners Picnic Provisions Grab a snack of local treats like hazelnuts, smoked salmon, cheese, fruit, and crackers, and enjoy a picnic on the lawn or patio
Wet your Whistle Sip on a great variety of Oregon beverages including local beer, wine, cider, and soda   Sweets Satisfy your cravings with classic candies like hand-made caramels and hard candies in vintage flavors like horehound, buttered rum, and root beer

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OPEN DAILY
Monday – Saturday 9:30am to 5pm
Open Sundays 10:30am to 5pm

Last admission into interpretive center one hour before closing

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1726 Washington St

Oregon City, OR 97045

(503) 657-9336

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