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Champoeg State Park

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Originally the site of a Calapooya Indian village, this marks the site of the establishment of the first American provisional government in the Pacific Northwest in 1843. Located of Highway 99W, 7 miles east of Newberg on the south bank of the Willamette River, park facilities include 6 yurts, 6 cabins, 12 full hookups, 67 electrical campsites, 6 walk-in tent sites, a hiker/biker camp, a group RV area, picnic and meeting areas, and restroom, shower, and waste facilities.

Besides the visitor center, attractions at Champoeg include the Newell House, a log cabin museum, amphiteater, ten miles of trails, fishing, and wildlife viewing.

Max RV, 50 feet.

Location: 7679 Champoeg Rd NE, St Paul Oregon 97137 Telephone 503-678-1251

Other Oregon State Parks nearby:
(Eagle Creek) Bonnie Lure State Park
(Troutdale) Bridal Veil Falls State Park
(St Paul) Champoeg State Park
(Troutdale) Dabney State Park
(Troutdale) Lewis and Clark State Park
(Salem) Maud Williamson State Park


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