We are sorry to report that the US Forest Service reposed our museum and we are now closed until we can find another location.
Butte Falls, Oregon
White City, Oregon
Culture, General, History, Military, Specialized
The Camp White training site consisted of buildings and an area stretching to the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. A few miles from the camp were Upper and Lower Table Rocks, flat rock formations hundreds of feet high, and Mt. McGlaughlin which looked like an inverted ice cream cone. In addition to the 300th, Camp White was the training site for their sister battalion, the 299th Combat Engineers.
Mill City, Oregon
The unique history of a small logging town in the North Santiam Canyon is presented in exhibits and images. A way of life that is gone becomes real as a visitor absorbs the atmosphere of the last hundred years.
History, Historic House
The Dalles, Oregon
Myrtle Point, Oregon
Art, Botanical Garden, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library
The Fairgrounds Museum maximizes hands on and live experiences. Most display materials stay in the ownership of the museum, individual or organization which provides them. Live music, video and spoken presentations encourage audience participation. A 1,000 sq foot model railway entertains as well as celebrates the logging and commercial heritage of the region. Large format photography encourages group discussions about the way it was.
Cottage Grove, Oregon
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
On May 22, 2010, the "Grand Re-opening" of the Cottage Grove Museum Annex took plac,e where as the newly renovated displays can now be viewed.
History, Natural History
Eagle Point, Oregon
History, Historical Society
The museum has the largest collection of artifacts in Jackson County. The museum was originally the Long Mountain School, built in 1925. About 20 years later it was moved to Eagle Point, where it remained a school and then part of School District 9. The community joined together and moved the school building to its current location.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
This museum is a rare treasure. It was built to showcase Gene Favell's private collection of Native American artifacts and Western art, so that the collection could be shared with all who visit. This museum is a must for anyone who loves the West and enjoys learning about Western art and Native American culture.