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.
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.
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
Satisfy your cravings with classic candies like hand-made caramels and hard candies in vintage flavors like horehound, buttered rum, and root beer