Things To Know
- There are no user or entry fees for the Oregon National Historic Trail. Fees may be charged at some trail-related federal, state, or locally owned historic sites and interpretive facilities.
- The Trail is not a traditional National Park area with campgrounds, lodges and borders. Reservations for camping and lodging may be available in many areas.
- Many trails, roads, and sites have uneven terrain, tripping hazards and other obstacles. Wear appropriate footwear and make sure your tires are in good condition if traveling on undeveloped roads.
- Weather can change rapidly, especially in high elevation mountainous terrain. Bring appropriate clothing layers, sunscreen and any other items to protect you from the elements.
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