Emigrant Springs State Heritage Area

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Emigrant Springs State Heritage Area


Location:Off I-84, 26 miles southeast of Pendleton.
Facilities:8 full hookup campsites (é), 1 electric campsite, 15 tent campsites, horse camp, 8 cabins, showers, restrooms (é), picnic area, hiking trail, bridle trail, game court, amphitheater, interpretive exhibits.
Activities:Camping, hiking, horseback riding, winter recreation, nature programs.
Special Features:Park is located near the summit of the Blue Mountains on the route of the Oregon Trail, offering visitors a chance to explore a popular pioneer stopover, and features an Oregon Trail exhibit.
Address:c/o Blue Mountain Management Unit
PO Box 85
Meacham, OR 97859

Phone:800-551-6959
Web: www.oregonstateparks.org/park_23.php
Size: 63 acres.

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Also scheduled are a beginning archery workshop for women March 15 at the Douglas Ridge Rifle Club in Eagle Creek, a March 22 fly-tying workshop in Pendleton, a May 3 outdoor cooking workshop at Emigrant Springs State Park and a May 17 fly-fishing workshop at Wizard Falls Hatchery near Camp Sherman.