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Located a mere 12 miles from Pendleton, OR, there are a myriad of activities for hunters and their families.

A day trip to Pendleton gives you access to:

Wildhorse Resort and Casino

Owned and operated by the Umatilla Confederated Tribes, you'll enjoy a 24-hour casino with more than 650 slot machines plus poker, blackjack, craps, roulette, keno, bingo, live entertainment and special events. Dine in the Wildhorse Restaurant or get a quick bite in the 24 hour Hot Rock Cafe. Relax in the 100-room hotel or RV park, both with pools, then play a couple rounds on the championship golf course or visit the tribal museum. All are located on the Resort property just a 5-minute drive east on I-84. How do you play?

I-84, Exit 216 - 72777 Hwy. 331
Phone: (541) 278-CASH (2274) or 1-800-654-WILD (9453)

www.wildhorseresort.com

Pendleton Underground Tours

Submerge for a trip back to Pendleton's wild past through tunnels where Chinese laborers lived and businesses thrived! Tours also visit one of the brothels for which Pendleton was one famous. Guided tours available year 'round. Special annual event - "Underground Comes to Life".
37 SW Emigrant Avenue
Phone: (541) 276-0730 or 1-800-226-6398

pendletonundergroundtours.org

Pendleton Woolen Mill

Visit the birthplace of the renowned Pendleton Woolen products. Visitors are welcome to tour the facility and browse through the sales room, where you'll find their distinctive array of clothing, blankets fabric and much more.

1307 SE Court Place, Pendleton, OR
Monday-Friday 9:00 & 11:00am, 1:30 & 3:00pm

20 minute tours, weekdays only

Children's Museum of Eastern OR

Looking for something fun to do with the kids? Bring the family to the Children's Museum for a unique, fun experience! Twelve interactive, hands-on exhibits are waiting for you and your child to explore and enjoy. Play in the 50's Diner or shop in the Grocery Store. Try the Shadow Room or ride the river with Lewis and Clark. Check out the latest exhibits. Have a good time in a safe and friendly atmosphere.
400 S Main Street
Phone: (541) 276-1066

Family Aquatic Center

Make a splash in the new city pool complex! The whole family will have fun on two water slides, in-the-water ride-on toys. Pretend to walk through waterfalls beneath the water-umbrella and buckets. Make a day of it and build sand castles, enjoy the hot tub, swim laps, do some diving, sun bathe on the grassy hillside, get a snack at the concession stand, or just grab a chair, sit in the shade and watch all the fun!! Open to the public Memorial Day through Labor Day.
1901 NW Carden Avenue
Phone: (541) 276-8100

Tamastslikt Cultural Institute Museum

This state-of-the-art interpretive center features awe-inspiring permanent and temporary exhibits. The exhibits present the national story of westward expansion from the perspective of the Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla Walla Tribes. Multimedia sound and video accompany artifact and photo displays. The Coyote Theater, Tule Lodge, Fort Church, and Classroom feature voices, songs, and legends of times past. Enjoy casual dining in the Kinship Cafe and a unique selection of native-made crafts and art as well as exclusive blankets and Pendleton Wool apparel, books, toys, and other gift items in the Museum Store. Open Daily 9 .am. to 5 p.m. (Except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day).

I-84, Exit 216 - 72777 Hwy. 331
Phone: (541) 966-9748

www.tamastslikt.org

 

 

 

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