National Oregon California Trail Centre

Montpelier, ID

Where are we going?

National Oregon California Trail Centre
320 N 4th St
ID 83254

208 847 3800

What is there to do?

The California Trail Center interprets the story of the pioneers who braved the arduous, 6 month, 2,000 mile journey across the unsettled American West from Missouri to the Oregon Territory.

The interpretation of this epic migration is told using live actors within historically accurate interpretive areas located in the center. Vistitors join a simulated wagon train headed west and experience what it was like to prepare for the journey. The Center also includes the Peg Leg Smith Trading Post gift shop, two sets of large and spacious public restrooms, the beautiful Allinger Community Theatre for viewing films and experiencing cultural/musical events, the Simplot art exhibit featuring the Oregon Trail paintings of Idaho artist Gary Stone, and the Rails and Trails Museum that highlights the heritage of the Bear Lake Valley as well as exhibits from the Bear Lake County Historical Society, Union Pacific and Daughters of Utah Pioneers.

How much does it cost?

Adults: $10

Children: $3 to $7

Discount: OAP $9

Free Under: 3 years.


When can we go?

May 1st through September 30th Sunday through Thursday 9am to 5pm, Friday and Saturday 9am to 6pm. O


Any top tips?

Make sure you find the simulated Wagon Trail Adventure! - Fun things to do with kids and best places to visit in the US
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