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Echo Meadows Interpretive Site


Take a walk through time. Trace the path of the emigrants along the Oregon Trail. Echo Meadows was a popular "nooning” place where emigrants could rest themselves and their stock. Visitors can look at the interpretive signs then walk ½ mile on a paved path to see nearly one mile of intact wagon ruts, part of the primary Oregon Trail route from 1847 to 1860. Throughout your walk to the wagon ruts you can stop and read the interpretive signs about the area and its history. For more information contact: 100 Oregon Street Vale, OR 97918 541-473-3144

Price: Free

Vendor: Bureau of Land Management - Oregon

Category: Parks & Forests

Activities: Hiking

Published: 2016


Size: 565.1 KB

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