Fort Yamhill State Heritage Area

Fort Yamhill State Heritage Area(Grand Ronde)

Fort Yamhill State Heritage Area

Fort Yamhill State Heritage Area
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Ken M
俄勒冈Dallas61 条分享
Very interesting
2018年5月 • 好友
A buddy and I stopped by again to visit the site. There may not be a whole lot to see, but the history of the site and area's very interesting. What made this trip very worthwhile was the State Park Ranger who was onsite. Looking at maps, etc., he pointed out many interesting facts surrounding the history of the Indians, soldiers, and settlers, and so much more. He told us about the archaeological digs being done at the site and the finds from same. He even took the time to bring out some of those finds so that we could view them. There are only a few buildings there, but taking the trail shows where many of the other building sites were.

Besides the Ranger, there are park hosts there as well. Having always been interested in most history, this was a good visit. If you want bells and whistles, this isn't the place for you.
撰写日期:2018年5月16日
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Chris B
14 条分享
Pretty Bland!!!
2016年4月 • 独自旅游
It's good for a nice walk but other than that it's pretty bland, but the historical factor raises it from 2 stars to 3 stars.
All the buildings are gone and its kind of hard to imagine what it was like back then!!!
撰写日期:2016年4月24日
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half-Brit
Oregon Coast49,001 条分享
Mildly interesting, but requires imagination as buildings are gone
2015年3月 • 夫妻情侣
Important --
This park is *not* part of the Grande Ronde tribal grounds!

When you turn off Hwy 22, you drive *past* the tribal grounds. Keep going up the hill on the paved road, and the road will end at the correct location where Fort Yamhill was located!

At the actual fort location, there is parking for both cars and RVs. We walked over to the large informational sign and got a brochure which described the walking tour. We started on the right hand side going up the gravel footpath. Only one building remains from the days when this was a fort, and that is the Officer's Quarters. There is a building marked "store", but no historical information. The "blockhouse" is still in existence but was moved to Dayton about 100 years ago. (I've included a photo of it since we have visited that location.)

As we followed the path, we read the signs which identified where the various buildings were. This is where you need imagination, as all you see today is a lot of grassy areas! The informational signs tend to lean toward the native Indian viewpoint.

The day was warm and sunny and the walk was pleasant. The footpath winds up the hill, then to return to the parking area, we walked down the hill along a short section of the horse and wagon road which went right by the fort's entrance. Parts of Hwy 22 follow some of the wagon route.

There are a couple of picnic tables and non-flushing toilets here. There is no 'plankhouse' as that is at the tribal grounds, not here in the State Heritage Area. There is no entry fee for this park.
撰写日期:2015年3月10日
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DaleMurphy4HOF
Sheridan, Oregon57 条分享
Culture, History and Nature All Rolled Into One
2014年7月 • 家庭
Plentiful options are here: site of 2 annual Grand Ronde Tribe Pow Wows, former site of Fort Yamhill (Gen. Phil Sheridan, 1850's), walking trails with historical information kiosks, bird watching, picnic areas, Park Ranger and/or hosts regularly on-site, clean bathrooms, large Native American plankhouse, and a quiet place to take a break from the Willamette Valley-Oregon Coast travels, only 2 miles from Spirit Mountain Casino.
撰写日期:2014年8月21日
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