Champoeg State Heritage Area is on the south shore of the Willamette River at 8239 Champoeg Rd. N.E. This was the site of the 1843 vote to form the first American provisional government in the Pacific Northwest and the gateway to early Willamette Valley exploration and settlement. The park has scenic views, camping, picnic facilities and more than 7 miles of paved bike trails and roadways.
More than 4 miles front the Willamette River. Trails provide wildlife viewing opportunities in meadows, wetlands and woods.
Pet friendly (call for restrictions/fees.). Recreational activities are permitted. Camping is permitted. Picnicking is permitted.